NEW MEME ALERT: Mocking Spongebob is Here to Mock
Ring the bells! Honk the horns! Put your finger up to your head to show you’re thinking quite deeply, because folks — a new meme is taking the internet by storm, and that’s a little something called Mocking Spongebob, the latest in a long line of exciting Spongebob Memes.
What is Mocking Spongebob you say? How does it compare to other Spongebob memes? Well, the mocking Spongebob operates simply — you find a statement that’s just absolutely foolish — and you have no way of countering it — and you post the mocking Spongebob — his arms bent and on his hips, his eyes bugged out, his face in cruel mockery, and the sentence repeated after it in alternate caps and lowercase — here are some examples —
This Spongebob Meme now joins Caveman Spongebob in the halls of Spongebob meme glory, and it has had some shining example in the last few days alone. For example, there’s the RC Cola account (note, it IS unverified, so school is out on how officially it actually is, but this is still cool), which got its account suspended for using the Mocking Spongebob meme on a someone angry at them for making fun of Trump’s “covfefe” Tweet.
Damn! The Mocking Spongebob meme can be SAVAGE! Then there was this high school that mocked their principal mercilessly using the mocking Spongebob Meme when his threatened to not let anyone who pulled a senior prank walk — IN REAL LIFE! A meme in real life, which is what I call outside the internet for some reason, my goodness. Truly this is something.
The original clip of Mocking Spongebob came from November, 2012 titled “Little Yellow Book” involving Squidward reading in Spongebob’s diary and realizing he clucks like a chicken when he sees plaid, and Mr. Krabs’ new kilt forces him to do same. You can watch the clip below.
Also, here’s some Mocking Spongebob eyelid art, why not!
What do you think? Will you be using the Mocking Spongebob Meme any time soon? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @WhatsTrending.