The massive popularity of SpongeBob SquarePants has led to a wide variety of different Internet memes based on the show. Countless quotes, scenes, and characters from the show have been featured in memes and viral videos. This page is a list of notable memes that are very popular or have been officially used by Nickelodeon. It is ordered alphabetically.
This is a joke from "New Student Starfish." In the episode, Mrs. Puff asks Patrick to introduce himself to the class, and he says "24" instead of his name. Later, SpongeBob and Patrick talk together, and SpongeBob thinks of something funnier than 24. Patrick wants to hear it, and he says "25," causing both of them to crack up with laughter. The quote, along with the scene of SpongeBob and Patrick in boating school, is often used in scenarios that mention the number 25. It has also been popular as a birthday cake design for people turning 25.
"Are you feelin' it now, Mr. Krabs?"
This is a quote from "Mid-Life Crustacean." SpongeBob and Patrick ask Mr. Krabs if he is feeling young again. The quote is often remixed, used in different contexts, or edited to ask a different character if they are "feeling it."
An official shirt of the quote was made by Nickelodeon and released to Hot Topic.
Big Fat Meanie
This is a scene from "New Student Starfish." During class, Patrick tosses SpongeBob a picture he drew, depicting a rather ugly obese-looking Mrs. Puff with the words "Big Fat Meanie." When Mrs. Puff sees this, she takes on the same appearance as the drawing and says "As if I really look like this!," then puts the picture in a drawer with other ugly pictures of her inside.
The meme usually involves Patrick's picture and Mrs. Puff forming into such being replaced with various other things.
Breath In Boi
This is a set of two images from the online game Kah Rah Tay Contest. They show SpongeBob clasping his hands together and leaning over. The images are commonly used as a reaction image to various instances of people making an unwise decision. Also, there was an official pin made from this meme.
A scene from "Prehibernation Week", when SpongeBob and Sandy are doing extreme activities, Sandy passes by a camper fish at high speed, causing him to burn. The image is used to reflect when people are under bad situations or mental breakdowns, but have gotten used to it happening.
Confused Mr. Krabs (Mr. Krabs Blur)
This is a distorted image taken from a scene in "Patty Hype." In the scene, Mr. Krabs is at the Pretty Patty stand, surrounded by angry customers. The picture is used in memes to represent sudden confusion. The meme's most well-known use was titled When you wake up from a nap.
An official shirt of the meme was released to Hot Topic in 2019. The official SpongeBob social media accounts also posted a reimagining of the meme by storyboard artist Caroline Director, featuring SpongeBob in place of Mr. Krabs. The meme was used as a theory for SpongeBob's embarrassing Christmas party photo, as mentioned in "The Secret Box."
"Could I have something to eat?"
A scene in "Club SpongeBob" where Squidward asks the Magic Conch if he can have something to eat, to which the Magic Conch replies "No."
This is a quote from "Something Smells." In the episode, a blue Incidental 1 (later named Fred) smells SpongeBob's breath at Reef Cinema and makes the noise "Deaugh!" with a weird look on his face. He then runs out of the cinema.
This scene has become very popular on sites such as YouTube, where it has become a subject of remixes, edits, and compilations. It is usually spelled as "Deuueaugh!" in video titles, but Nickelodeon spells it as "deaugh."
Nickelodeon released an official pin of the meme.
A scene from the episode "Naughty Nautical Neighbors" where Squidward plays a song for Patrick on his clarinet, to which Patrick falls asleep.
A scene from "Prehibernation Week", when SpongeBob and Sandy are doing extreme activities, they play a game called "Extreme Jacks", which is like normal Jacks but with a bowling ball.
This is a scene from "Grandma's Kisses," in which Patrick tells SpongeBob that he must acquire the taste of free-form jazz to become a real man. Then the scene shows both with serious faces, while jazz plays in the background.
Gentle Breeze fad
In the edited version of "Prehibernation Week," when Sandy tells everybody in the Krusty Krab saying "SpongeBob gone missing." Squidward looks torwards at Mr. Krabs smiling. Around 2009, someone edited the frame, and adding music "Gentle Breeze" from Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2. This became popular from editing toxic fan-art and close ups from the show.
Golden motto sign
- Krusty Towers." The meme usually changes the motto to an offensive or funny phrase, sometimes also referring to other memes. The golden motto sign is a sign that appears in the episode "
This is an alter-ego of Squidward from "The Two Faces of Squidward." After SpongeBob hits the door on Squidward several times, he becomes more handsome than before. SpongeBob then shoves Squidward out of the way, and he looks as if he is dancing.
This image has become very popular in edits, remixes, and numerous YouTube videos. It has also been parodied by fan-made art of other characters impersonating the handsome face. Squidward's "dancing" has also become popular on YouTube, and videos will usually show him dancing to different songs or music.
The meme has been featured on Nickelodeon's social media accounts, and a figure of Handsome Squidward was released as part of the Masterpiece Memes toy line.
Have a Bowl Mr. Squidward
This meme refers to a scene from a parody commercial for Kraft Mac n' Cheese SpongeBob shapes where Mr. Krabs tells Squidward to have a bowl of the Mac n' Cheese and throws it at Squidward. The meme has several variants on YouTube
"Have I ever not been right?"
A scene from "Grandma's Kisses", when Patrick tells SpongeBob that he must start acting like a man to gain respect, SpongeBob replies with "You're right, Patrick", to which Patrick replies "Have I ever not been right?", and then the scene cuts to a picture of SpongeBob on a giant red firecracker, a picture of SpongeBob with a giant funnel in his mouth while Patrick holds a giant pumpkin, and a picture of SpongeBob and Patrick in black speedos while a wolf whistle is heard in the background. The meme is used to show how Patrick has terrible ideas, yet he thinks that these ideas are great.
"Hello, I like money!"
This is a quote from The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie. When Perch Perkins is about to start an interview with Mr. Krabs, Mr. Krabs says "Hello, I like money." This has become a popular meme, and it is being used as scams, cash grabs, and announcements that nobody asked for.
"Hi, how are ya?"
This is a quote from "Not Normal." After SpongeBob watches a video on how to be normal, he begins emulating the personality of the person featured in the video, Mr. Normal. A commonly said phrase by SpongeBob during his "normal" phase is, "Hi, how are ya?" This has become popular among YouTube remixes and reactions used in Tumblr quotes.
In the edited version of "Bubblestand" SpongeBob starts double taking three times for the bubble blowing technique. This meme is notably popular for the use of certain pauses.
"How tough are ya?"
The quote gained traction with normal-at-first-but-actually-extreme statements.
"I defy you, Heart Man!"
This meme can be used in many different situations, commonly pertaining to love and the holiday of Valentine's Day.
"I don't need it"
This is a quote from "Tea at the Treedome." SpongeBob stares and wonders whether he needs water. This is one of the SpongeBob image macros, and is usually used to convey the struggle to resist something that is not needed and ultimately caving in.
Ight Imma Head Out
This is a still image taken from "The Smoking Peanut" where SpongeBob is about to sit down to watch TV. Despite this, the image is used to portray SpongeBob preparing to leave his house.
This meme is often used to mock awkward situations, regarding leaving the room.
In merchandise, the phrase is changed to "...Oh, I can't."
"I love you"
This is a quote from "Chocolate with Nuts." SpongeBob tells Patrick to flatter the next customer to make him feel better so he would buy their chocolate bars. When they arrive at the customer's house, Patrick says "I love you," and the customer immediately shuts the door.
This is a very popular fad on YouTube. It has been featured numerous times in Sparta remixes and memes such as "Can You Survive (number of minutes) of I Love You?"
“It’s not my wallet”A scene from “Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy III“. Man Ray attempts to give Patrick his wallet in Goodness Lesson #1, and he tries to do it by explaining to him that he found his ID in said wallet, with Patrick refusing the offer because he still believes it’s not his wallet. This meme is used in a similar way to where Man Ray is the person that gives logic and evidence to come to the conclusion, and Patrick is the person that still refuses to believe.
This is a repeated quote from "Idiot Box." This meme involves the photo of SpongeBob spreading his hands, forming a rainbow, saying "Ima-gin-ation!" to talk to Squidward about imagination. It happens throughout the episode.
This has become very popular on fads, memes, and YouTube Poops and is often called "Imagination." The most popular image associated with it is SpongeBob saying "Nobody Cares" instead.
"I'm ugly and I'm proud!"
A scene from "Something Smells", in which Patrick tells SpongeBob that in order to feel better about himself, he needs to scream that he is ugly, and that he shouldn't be ashamed of it. Spongebob then says "I'm ugly and I'm proud!" repeatedly.
Inappropriate Timing SpongeBob Banner
It's a photoshop meme based on a bumper banner featuring SpongeBob SquarePants laughing with the caption “Up Next.” The banner is typically juxtaposed with emotional scenes from various films and television shows to mock poorly timed cross-promo ads displayed in the lower thirds during broadcast.
"Is mayonnaise an instrument?"
This is a quote from "Band Geeks." Patrick asks Squidward if mayonnaise is an instrument. The scene has become a classic meme on the Internet, with Patrick saying: "Is __ an Instrument?" and Squidward responds, "No Patrick, __ is not an instrument," having the word "mayonnaise" replaced by another random word.
This has become very popular in remixes and edits. Occasionally, "instrument" may be replaced with a different word to show any type of logical confusion in a given context.
This scene from "Tentacle-Vision" when Gary uses the TV remote to change the channel, SpongeBob see Squidward on TV.
This was used for reactions, and was later used as a emoji in a few Discord servers.
"Leedle leedle leedle lee!"
This is a repeated quote from "Shanghaied." When the Flying Dutchman tells SpongeBob and Patrick to howl along with him, so they could "set the seven seas ablaze with fear," instead of howling, Patrick just says "Leedle leedle leedle lee!" much to the Dutchman's annoyance.
The meme will show how long Patrick says "Leedle leedle leedle lee" for a certain amount of time.
This is a scene from "Krusty Krab Training Video." Plankton attempts to escape on the back of a Krabby Patty while saying, "Not when I shift into Maximum Overdrive!"
This is popular considering Plankton's over the top expressions. It utilizes the snowclone template "Not when I shift into maximum over-X." It is also used in a few SMG4 videos.
This is a scene from "Jellyfish Hunter." When Mr. Krabs keeps saying "More" to tell SpongeBob to collect more jellyfish, a monster-like image of Mr. Krabs briefly appears.
This is one of the most popular SpongeBob memes to date. The hideous image is widely known as Moar Krabs or Morbid Krabs, and has appeared in a large number of fads, edits, and other Internet videos. It has been seen on YouTube Poops many times. It sometimes has captions saying something like "MOAR."
In "What Ever Happened to SpongeBob?" SpongeBob saying "Is there something wrong with me?," and after that a hideous close up of SpongeBob appears. This was used on several YouTube Poops and fads. A lot of users confused its name as "SpingeBill" or "SpengeBab."
This is an image from "Little Yellow Book." It is revealed through SpongeBob's diary that when SpongeBob sees plaid, he clucks like a chicken. This leads Squidward and a fish to make this occur, while Mr. Krabs, who is wearing the plaid, tells SpongeBob that he doesn't "need to rub it in," thinking SpongeBob is mocking him, and leaves.
Despite the context, the meme pertains closer to Mr. Krabs' take on the subject; it features SpongeBob "mocking" a specified text, and is written in toggle case. The meme started to become popular in early 2017, and is usually associated with text written in uppercase and lowercase letters. It is considered one of the most popular SpongeBob memes of the present day. In the 2017 San Diego Comic Con, SpongeBob's voice actor, Tom Kenny said his favorite SpongeBob meme is "Mocking SpongeBob."
This meme can be seen as one of SpongeBob's Idle animations in Battle for Bikini Bottom - Rehydrated
Mr. Krabs wearing Pearl's shorts
- Fred, saying "My leg!" in any painful situation. This quote was prominent during the first two seasons, but then disappeared for seven years until it was heard again in "Krusty Krushers" and "Shuffleboarding," and referenced in "Squid Baby." It even made an appearance in The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water and since has been used on regular basis. There is also an episode dedicated to this gag. This is a quote that is featured in various episodes as a running gag. It involves a fish, usually
This quote has spawned much popularity, as well as other quotes (such as "My eyes!" from The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie) said by the same fish. In fact, this was the same fish that was featured in the "Deuueaugh!" fad, only with a different color.
"No! This is Patrick!"
This is a quote from "Big Pink Loser." When Patrick answers the phone each time, customers ask him "Is this the Krusty Krab?" he responds, "No, this is Patrick!"
It is a very popular Internet meme on YouTube, especially due to its huge similarity to the "This is Sparta!" meme from the film "300".
This is a scene from "No Free Rides." When Mrs. Puff is worried about SpongeBob never passing, she mutters "Oh, Neptune" in her head while sweating nervously.
This meme became very popular, especially to express worry and exasperation among other characters. Nickelodeon featured it on their social media accounts in a "Which meme are you?" post.
"Oh no, he's hot!"
This is a scene from "Squilliam Returns" where when Squidward discovers Squilliam, he says not to be intimidated, and tries to imagine Squilliam in his underwear, to which he appears with Squilliam's head copypasted onto that of a man with a six pack and muscles.
In The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, when SpongeBob and Patrick eat the Triple Gooberberry Sunrise at Goofy Goober's, they get drunk and start ordering more and more ice cream, continuously saying "Oh, waiter!"
"Okay, get in."
This is a quote from "Squidward the Unfriendly Ghost." Patrick and SpongeBob think Squidward is a vengeful ghost after reading The Tale of the Flying Dutchman, and they plan for a ceremony to "put him to rest." At one point of the said "ceremony", Squidward was going to check if the chores are done. He opens the door, and see SpongeBob and Patrick with a coffin, and SpongeBob says, "Okay, get in."
This meme is usually used to mock unpopular points or opinions, with the poster implying that the said point or opinion should stop existing.
Patrick hates this channel
It's an exploitable scene from the episode "Squidville", featuring Patrick saying "I hate this channel" while pressing a remote. Scenes from various television shows and films are often edited into the scene, playing before Patrick changes channels.
This is a character from "SB-129." When Primitive Sponge and Primitive Starfish are electrocuting themselves with a jellyfish, Squidward asked them what they were doing, with both Primitive Sponge and Starfish making a surprised face.
Around May 2016, Primitive Sponge with a surprised face has become an internet meme, with his photo photoshopped into multiple scenarios. He is known as "SpongeGar" in these memes, although that is a completely different character who looks similar to Primitive Sponge.
"Push it somewhere else!"
This is a scene from "Sandy, SpongeBob, and the Worm." When the citizens are worried about the giant worm, they talk about a number of ways to protect themselves. Patrick says, "We should take Bikini Bottom and push it somewhere else!"
The meme is quite versatile, but everyone follows the same model; on the top it says, "We should x," and on the bottom it says, "and y." The following pictures are examples of this meme, although one of them works differently from the normal model. Another example of this meme is in Patrick Star for President 2012. "We should take Mexico and push it somewhere else!"
"Put the money in the bag!"
In "Doing Time", SpongeBob and Patrick try to get in jail to help Mrs. Puff to break out. They decide the best way to get in jail is to rob a bank. They put socks over their heads and walk around blindly in the bank, where SpongeBob yells "Alright. Put the money...In the bag! PUT IT IN!" This particular moment has become an internet meme and is commonly featured in YouTube remixes.
Red Mist Squidward
- Red Mist Squidward is a character who appears in "SpongeBob in RandomLand." He is based on a fan-made SpongeBob story called "Red Mist." (also known as "Squidward's Suicide") In the memes, Red Mist Squidward is shown staring at the viewer with a caption reading "Don't ask who Joe is" or a variation.
This is a scene from "Nature Pants." When SpongeBob tries to escape Patrick in Jellyfish Fields, Patrick sneaks up on SpongeBob by hanging from under a coral arch. He makes a maniacal expression, which is interpreted as though he is in the middle of an evil chuckle. The meme itself is a zoom in on Patrick's face.
This meme is sometimes referred to as "Evil Patrick" or "Angry Patrick." It has been in widespread use since February 2018. In late 2018, an official pin of the meme was released by Nickelodeon, using the name Savage Patrick. In 2019, the Nickelodeon Twitter account featured Savage Patrick on a post titled "Which SpongeBob Meme Are You?"
Security System Takes Control of Squidward's House
A clip from a 2014 review of "Good Neighbors" (in a top 10 list of other episodes) by YouTuber Andrew The Uncommon criticizing the ending where the Security System 5000 takes control of Squidward's house and attacks the city leaving Squidward to do community service rather than enjoy his day despite SpongeBob and Patrick being at fault. It is commonly joked around SpongeBob fans to mock the poor reception of the post-movie episodes prior to the release of The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water in 2015.
Serious Lifeguard Fish
This meme is a still image from "Ripped Pants", in which Frank is annoyed to discover that SpongeBob faked drowning in order to trick him into saving him. The memes are typically captioned with expressions of displeasure, annoyance, or suspicion.
This is a scene from "Home Sweet Pineapple." SpongeBob asks Squidward if he can sleep in his bed after getting crushed by Patrick and his rock several times. Squidward tiredly accepts and is close to falling asleep when he suddenly opens his eyes and realizes what he did, then he subsequently kicks SpongeBob out of his house. It is frequently used as a reaction image to convey feelings of shock, such as forgetting to do an assigned task. It is also a meme template in which Squidward's eyes closed demonstrate a lack of interest towards something, whereas his eyes open demonstrate a large amount of interest.
SpongeBob at the wheel
A capture from the episode "Tutor Sauce," when Mr. Krabs tells SpongeBob to start the car, SpongeBob is seen moving the lever. The meme is used to describe ironic situations that happen while driving.
"SpongeBob betrayed us!"
This is a scene from "The Sponge Who Could Fly." Patchy becomes enraged after the "Lost Episode" was revealed seemingly as a "bunch of cheap walk cycles." It is mostly used for fictional characters or the disappointment of the 2019 Super Bowl.
SpongeBob SquarePants Popsicle
- SpongeBob food meme, whereas the popsicle looks fine on the wrapper but when someone opens it, the popsicle is deformed in some way. This is a
SpongeBob's eager face
This is a scene from "Band Geeks." SpongeBob dances with his "eager face."
When SpongeBob dances, random music is played. It has become a popular Internet fad on YouTube. SpongeBob's eager face was also used in the online game Reef Rumble and Nick's Not So Ultimate Boss Battles and in the Super Bowl LIII Halftime Show short.
This is a scene from "Krusty Krab Training Video." SpongeBob is looking through folders that contain ingredients for the Krabby Patty, the signature dish of his place of employment, the Krusty Krab.
SpongeBob traveling in drag
This is a scene from "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy," where SpongeBob] pretends to be a damsel in distress to get the heroes out of their retirement. It became popular on Twitter on June 2019. People made photo edits in a Twitter thread where SpongeBob was traveling in different types of outfits that are stereotypical to the country that he is visiting.
SpongeBob uses too much sauce
It is a video meme involving a clip from the episode "The Algae's Always Greener", where Plankton scolds SpongeBob for using too much sauce in his Krabby Patties. SpongeBob's confused and emotional reaction has become a popular clip, spawning various YouTube parodies and remixes.
SpongeBob watches TV
In a clip from "Your Shoe's Untied" SpongeBob watches TV about a sea anemone dancing and changes the channel when Gary notices. This clip spawned various YouTube videos of replacing the dancing sea anemone to something very inappropriate that SpongeBob is watching.
SpongeBob Wolves refers to an edit of a clip from the episode "Nature Pants," in which SpongeBob levitates and becomes surrounded by a heavenly light while the song "Wolves" by Kanye West plays. Though the visual of the clip suggests SpongeBob achieving ultimate enlightenment, it is often paired with ironic captions showing a bad idea, akin to how the final panel in Expanding Brain edits shows the most obtuse variation on a theme.
This is a frame from "Pizza Delivery." SpongeBob tries to show Squidward how the pioneers hitchhiked. He does a strange dance while Squidward plays spoons. A still during this sequence with the closed-caption "(spoons rattling)" below (Squidward was playing the spoons during this, hence the caption) has recently become popular online. Since GenderoftheDay first posted the still on Tumblr in late October 2014 and received over 2,800 notes, the image has become popular on sites such as iFunny.
Squidward's clock closet
This is a scene from "Employee of the Month." SpongeBob smashes Squidward's windup alarm clock in order to prevent him from getting up early. Squidward then confidently reveals to SpongeBob his closet of windup alarm clocks.
As explained by Know Your Meme, this meme initially gained moderate popularity until July 15th, 2019, where its popularity suddenly skyrocketed.
Squidward Dab is a Vine video by the user Deon_dunk, of an amusement park employee doing The Dab while costumed as Squidward at Universal Studios Orlando in January 2016.
Squidward looking out the window
This is a scene from "That Sinking Feeling." Squidward watches SpongeBob and Patrick running outside his house from behind his curtains.
This meme is used in situations where someone jealously observes others having fun but can't participate themselves.
Squidward's lounge chair
This is a set of two images from "The Paper." Squidward initially plans to put his lounge chair outside to rest after throwing away his chewing gum paper but then hears SpongeBob come outside to call his attention. Squidward subsequently packs up his lounge chair and walks off back to his house.
The meme, featuring only the unpacking and packing up of the lounge chair, implies that Squidward is excited for or is no longer excited for an unknown unseen occurrence. The meme format consists of a subject (portrayed by Squidward) confronting Instance A (portrayed by his willingness to unpack his lounge chair) and Instance B (portrayed by his unwillingness to enjoy resting on his lounge chair) in two different cells.
Squidward on a Chair
This meme is the chorus of Bon Jovi's song "Livin' on a Prayer" with the titular words being replaced with "Squidward on a chair" and a picture of a Squidward plush sitting on a desk chair.
Squidward with sunglasses
A scene from "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy" when SpongeBob and Patrick are pretending to be Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy, Squidward looks behind but ignores them. The meme is often used to show no interest in certain topics.
A scene from "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy II" Barnacle Boy attempts to destroy the Conch Signal with his sulfur vision.
This is a scene from The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie. SpongeBob and Patrick are being chased by a monster with a tongue that's shaped like an old woman. The monster then falls into a ditch and is eaten by another monster which is eaten by another monster, and this cycle continues for quite some time. When it is over, the camera zooms in to Patrick and SpongeBob sitting there making surprised faces with their mouths wide open. Patrick's surprised face (known as "Surprised Patrick" or "Starstruck Patrick") has become popular as a reaction image. People will take Patrick and put him in some other picture or gif with a surprising event going on. It has also been edited into many scenes from media that are seen as shocking.
Nickelodeon used the meme in promotions for the Kids' Choice Awards in 2015 and 2016. They officially referred to the meme as "Star-Struck Patrick." In the episode "Scavenger Pants," the meme was acknowledged, and Patrick's surprised face returned. SpongeBob also has a surprised expression in the episode, but it is not the same from the first movie and looks more like Patrick's. In the video game Battle for Bikini Bottom - Rehydrated during the Jellyfish Fields level, when SpongeBob says, "Oh my gosh -- you're bald!" he makes Patrick's surprised face. This is also one of SpongeBob and Patrick's Idle animations in the game. SpongeBob also makes the face in the online game SpongeBob Saves the Day!
- Sweet Victory" is a popular rock song created by David Glen Eisley and Bob Kulick and performed by David Glen Eisley. It was used in the episode "Band Geeks" during the Bubble Bowl. "
This scene in particular got popular especially because it's considered by many fans as the best scene in the entire show, as well as the episode in which it appears, "Band Geeks", is remembered by everyone.
"This is a load of barnacles..."
- I Was a Teenage Gary." They're often used throughout the series, with the duration of time usually read out by a French narrator. These time cards are frequently used in rage comics and YouTube Poops. The time cards were used for the first time on the episode "
This is a frame from "Nature Pants." Patrick chases SpongeBob in Jellyfish Fields, and SpongeBob stops to catch his breath. This meme became popular on August of 2018 on a Reddit post. This meme had a similar meme popularity history to "Savage Patrick."
This meme was made into a shirt and a pin, both sold at Hot Topic.
This is a frame from "No Weenies Allowed." SpongeBob tries to get into a stereotypically tough club known as The Salty Spitoon with his friend, Sandy. After repeatedly being turned down by the bouncer, SpongeBob tells him a story about a time he stubbed his toe while watering his spice garden and that he "only cried for twenty minutes."
On August 14, 2012, an image macro titled "Tough SpongeBob" was submitted to the  subreddit with a caption asserting that the poster had deleted a saved Pokémon game file that had a completed Pokedex and only cried for 20 minutes (shown below), however, the post only received 8 upvotes and 7 points overall prior to being archived.
- Something Smells." Patrick tells SpongeBob the story: "Once there was an ugly barnacle. He was so ugly that everyone died. The end." SpongeBob responds, "That didn't help at all!" This is a story from "
This meme has become extremely popular on YouTube, and is often the basis for Sparta Remixes. Furthermore, SpongeBob and Patrick have been replaced by other characters, via pictures or videos.
Um...I Can Explain
A scene from the episode "Prehibernation Week" when Sandy drives quickly past two fish, and one of them ends up dressed differently and says "Um...I can explain. Later in the episode, Sandy lifts up a building where the same fish is dressed like it.
The close-up image of Squidward in "Just One Bite." Squidward looks directly at SpongeBob saying "Does this look unsure to you."
This meme had a variety of different names such as Ugly Squidward, Skodwarde, and Unsureward. And including a CGI model holding a bloody knife next to Patrick's corpse.
This is a scene from "The Algae's Always Greener." After the alternate Mr. Krabs has been defeated by SpongeBob, SpongeBob declares "Victory Screech!", and proceeds to make an "OLOLOLOLOLO" sound that all of the patrons (except Plankton, who tenses up at hearing the screech) copying SpongeBob.
This is often used in relation to a ridiculous victory. In an alternate version of this meme, a scream from another franchise is inserted or SpongeBob's voice is edited to make it sound like an existing song or theme song.
"We're talking about this!"
This is a repeated quote from "Krusty Love." SpongeBob, who is suffering a meltdown after buying so many items for Mrs. Puff, finally lashes out at Mr. Krabs, telling him "And then you'll say: 'We're not talking about THIS, or THIS, we're talking about thisssss!'" He draws a triangle in the air with the first "this," a square with the second "this," and then draws over the entire screen with the last "this." This quote perfectly mocks exhausted companies trying to appease its consumers.
When you see a repost
This is a scene from "Fools in April." When You See a Repost refers to a reaction image macro of a high-quality image of the character Incidental 6 before he asks "What did you do to my drink?" (another internet meme). Many of the jokes and variations of the meme feature the image of Tom with the phrasal template "when you see a repost but." The meme is based on the idea of someone reposting a meme in better image quality than the original.
"Who are you people?!"
This is a quote from "Prehibernation Week." After Patrick arrives home with groceries, he notices a bunch of people under his rock, which leads him to yell out "Who are you people?!"
This has been featured in numerous of memes and a few videos most notably Facebook. This meme is also featured in another famous Patrick line, "We should take Bikini Bottom, and push it somewhere else!"
"Who put you on the planet?!"
This is a quote from "I ♥ Dancing", when SpongeBob responds to Squidward after he makes fun of his dance move. This an expression used in online conversations as an insult towards another poster for his/her perceived stupidity or ignorance. The quote was originally said by Christian televangelist Reverend X in an episode of his public access TV program The Spirit of Truth that aired sometime in the early 2000s, but its colloquial usage came through its inclusion in an episode of SpongeBob SquarePants.
"Who ya callin' Pinhead?"
This is a quote from "Survival of the Idiots." When SpongeBob and Patrick pretend to be Dirty Dan and Pinhead Larry while Sandy hibernates, SpongeBob calls Patrick "Pinhead." Patrick is then seen with a human-like face, saying, "Who ya' callin' Pinhead?"
This image has become incredibly popular as a subject of remixes, edits, and parodies, as well as being called one of the best lines in cartoon history from YouTube videos.
This is a scene from "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV." Squidward has shrunk and Patrick plays with Squidward and after Patrick made Squidward kiss the pickle he explains to SpongeBob what the word Wumbo means.
Patrick explaining the meaning of the word "Wumbo" has became a popular Internet meme. Meme makers can also make a meme to replace "Wumbo" to a word/topic used. One example of this meme is from the anime JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.
X Drops by Squidward's House
This is a YouTube fad based on editing a scene from the episode "Have You Seen This Snail?" where Patrick Star and SpongeBob SquarePants walk in on Squidward Tentacles bathing. The exploitable scene is edited to replace SpongeBob and Patrick with other assorted characters.
"You like Krabby Patties, don't you, Squidward?"
This is a scene from "Just One Bite." After Squidward is caught sneaking off with a Krabby Patty, SpongeBob asks him several questions. Soon, SpongeBob makes a certain facial expression by raising his head and biting his lower lips, saying, "You like Krabby Patties, don't you Squidward?"
SpongeBob's facial expression has become very popular in Internet videos. Other people copying SpongeBob's facial expression have also parodied it. And it was also referenced in "Knock Knock, Who's There?" when SpongeBob looks at his feet.
"You took my only food, now I'm gonna starve!"
A scene from "Life of Crime", when SpongeBob gives Patrick a chocolate bar, he eats it but then Patrick forgets it, so then he desperately searches for it. As he doesn't find it, Patrick blames SpongeBob, saying that he ate his only food, and now he's gonna starve, while a close-up shows Patrick's big stomach.
In "Fools in April" when SpongeBob pranks Incidental 6 by putting 1 ice cube in his drink when he asked for a couple, SpongeBob says "APRIL FOOLS!," Incidental 6 asks "What did you so to my drink?!" then SpongeBob laughs while saying "I... I..." making Incidental 6 panic, and in desperation to know what he did to his drink he says "You WHAT?!"
This phrase is used as a response when someone tells something unbelievable or amazing that they did.
Yummer is the name of a creature found on one of Mrs. Puff's sprite files in the 2019 game SpongeBob Saves the Day!. He is a seemingly unused character: a humanoid monster with a realistic mouth and set of eyes. The sprite sheet can be found on Nickelodeon's website here.
In 2020, Yummer attracted a lot of online popularity and meme edits. Videos about Yummer also received a large amount of views, such as one by Oddheader that hit over 760,000 views in less than a week (below).