My Life As SpongeBob

“Mom, if you had to live your life as a SpongeBob character, who would you pick?”   Jay-8

I would definitely pick Sandy Cheeks even though I sometimes feel like Squidward, especially on Monday mornings. Who would you pick?



A mother's plight to find the funny in the frustrating and save her sanity.
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23 Responses to My Life As SpongeBob

  1. LeRoy Dean says:

    Your blog is unique. Would make a great book. 😉


  2. Well, we all probably feel like Squidward – creative geniuses who just never make it big. So I won’t pick him. Mr. Crabs – way to much pressure with the whole business thing. I’ve already got that. So I won’t pick him. Spongebob? Just too happy all the time – definitely won’t pick him. Alright I got it – I choose Patrick – I’ll just go live under a rock all day! Yep, definitely Patrick!!


    • Great analysis, Brown Road! Maybe psychologists should consider replacing the Rorschach inkblot tests with the simple question, “Which SpongeBob character are you most like?” It could be a great new way to delve into modern day psyche. 😉


  3. Annie says:



    • Annie! You made it….congratulations!
      The fat pink guy would be Patrick Star. He’s very sweet, but a bit ditzy. He loves his junk food. I imagine that he’s not a fan of dieting either. But then again, who is? 😉


  4. When your name is Bob it seems like the decision has already been made for you.
    In a way.
    I guess.


  5. Deborah the Closet Monster says:

    The only SpongeBob I’ve watched yet was while trying to get Li’l D to fall asleep in Colorado! I barely caught any of the show itself. Is this something I should remedy?


  6. Sandy Cheeks certainly seems like the wisest character.


  7. Man, you can tell my youngest is 17, cause I don’t know squat about Sponge Bob. I feel old!


    • Pissy Kitty, if it bothers you that much, I’m sure you can bring yourself up to speed by having a Nickelodeon marathon this weekend. Don’t be surprised when you feel the need to get up and start banging your head against the wall. 😉


      • Nah, I think I’ll pass. My oldest was nine, my daughter was six, when the baby was born 17 years ago. They were spaced just enough apart to where I felt I was never going to get off the animation ward. My oldest was into the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, so this will give you a clue how long I had to endure the craziness.
        Thanks for reminding me why I should appreciate being old again! 😉 I’ll take wrinkles over Nickelodeon any day.


  8. Scholar Mel says:

    I would hope to be Patrick. He’s easy going and kind but also kind of an airhead. Not sure I want that last part.


  9. judithhb says:

    Grandkids are all well passed Sponge Bob and I don’t know the characters anymore. So can’t answer your child’s question. But it makes a good subject for a blog post.


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