SpongeBob SquarePants

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  • Spongebob Squarepants: A Short Story

    One day there was a light pink sponge named SpongeBob squarepants. He was helping his friend Patrick paint his mac nut shell colored rock into a rose yellow. They were having the best time in the world, each saying how they splatted ice cream on each other faces. Suddenly, SpongeBob fell into the bucket of paint. When he got out he said, “Patrick, why did you do that?’’ “Do what?’’ said Patrick. SpongeBob just kept blaming Patrick for pushing him into the bucket even though Patrick didn’t do it. They went on and on for days and eventually they stopped talking to each other. They passed each other’s houses but didn’t say one word or even wave. Days past with not one word between those two, until one day Patrick put a box of chocolate with…

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  • Rod Serling's The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street

    The civil rights activist Maya Angelou once said, “A bird doesn’t sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song.” Often times, people listen to that song without further knowledge on what it may truly mean and fail to take the time to investigate the credibility of that bird. Along with this, us humans sometimes act as parrots, simply imitating any idiotic utterance that is conceived. In the speculative fiction book Lord of the Flies by William Golding, the episode “The Monsters…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Limits Of High School

    I always thought I had limits. It all started when my sister and I used to draw human figures when we were both in elementary school. She drew pretty one while I somehow managed to turn mine into Squidward from SpongeBob SquarePants. When I asked her how she drew them so perfectly, she merely shrugged and said that she became good when she entered third grade. From then, I waited for the third grade to come. In Korea, there is a tradition of eating a bowl of rice cake soup on New Year 's Day and…

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  • Free College Admissions Essays: Who Am I?

    of a better beginning helped us persevere. The transition was not difficult on my part for I had no deep connection to Ghana other than the fact that I was from there and I spoke two of its infinitive languages. I had no recollection of how the events unfolding would mold my personality and my perspective in life till I began attending Overlook Primary School a few months later. Being engulfed in the American school system was interesting, I didn 't speak one word of English and the only…

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  • Personal Socialization Analysis

    though I explained that it was just for fun, but demanded that I never do it again. That is something that stuck with me, I couldn’t understand why it was so bad considering it was just dress up, why was it ok for me to put on a lion costume but not a dress? I wasn’t trying to be a real lion; I wasn’t trying to be a girl. Media is something else that was very prevalent in my early childhood. I loved watching television and movies, especially cartoons. My favorite at the time was SpongeBob…

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  • Bikini Bottom Case Study

    Collectively, the community has never experienced anything similar to what they are about to experience, thus, a qualified leader must be placed in a position of power to limit the discussion of ideas, and new ways of doing things due to the availability of time. Lastly, the citizens of the Bikini Bottom community do not know each other. Given that the citizens of the Bikini Bottom community are expressed in large numbers, it would be difficult to infer that each citizens knows every other…

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  • Squeaky Boots Analysis

    the narrator wants to kill an old man because of his vulture eye. When the narrator succeeds in killing him he starts to hear things and then confesses what he has done. In “Squeaky Boots” Mr. Krabs gives a pair of boots to his daughter who refuses to ever wear them. Mr. Krabs then gives the boots to SpongeBob in exchange for his paycheck. Mr. Krabs goes insane by the squeaking sound,…

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  • Spongebob Squarepants And Patrick Star: Character Analysis

    True friends should remain loyal to one another no matter the circumstances. This especially applies to situations where they are each other’s only family. Two famous underwater buddies that pertain to this are Spongebob Squarepants and Patrick Star. These animated characters star in the cartoon “Spongebob Squarepants,” which follows them through their crazy life adventures. Patrick isn’t the “sharpest knife in the drawer” so he is always causing some sort of predicament, resulting in some…

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  • Daycare Observation Report

    and apple juice. I heard Ms. Harris say, “If you can hear my voice, clap two times.” After the children clapped, the room was silent. Ms. Harris proceeded with her instructions. She said to the students, “Listen up. Please go to your cubby, get yesterday’s drawing out, and bring them back to your table.” The children jumped up from their table and ran to their cubbies with their name printed on them. The students were finishing up an art assignment from the Thursday. The assignment was to draw…

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  • The Interpretive Dream In Culture Shock By Mr. Squidward

    Krabs asks SpongeBob and Squidward if they have any ideas to bring in any more customers. A talent show is agreed upon, and Squidward, seeking fame and recognition in any form, agrees to take the part as host and director. Squidward refuses to let SpongeBob perform because he believes that SpongeBob will be terrible on stage, but Squidward’s interpretive dance as the closing act, what he calls the “Incomprable Squidward”, turns out to be hated by the audience. Tomatoes are thrown on stage,…

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