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Unbelievable! See What SpongeBob Square Pants Of Nickelodeon Is Teaching Our Kids

I can’t believe this lifeless object is influencing kids this hard. See What SpongeBob Square Pants Of Nickelodeon Is Teaching Our Kids.


You may call it a lifeless motion picture. You may call him an ordinary cartoon. But it is more than what you think. They are planting in the hearts of our kids and it is permeating.

The yellow square-shaped computer animation series has gone ahead of many parents in role modeling the kids.

Spongebob Squarepants is a popular adventure cartoon on the Nickelodeon channel. The cartoon is named after the head character in the series who is always at the receiving end in the hands of his best friend, Patrick.


Patrick, Sandy Chick, Mr. Krab (money, money, money), Gary the snail, SquidwardMrs. Pops the teacher whose desire is for Spongebob to pass and get out of her driving school because he is unteachable; and the rest of the animated characters, make up Spongebob Square pant.

Spongebob has tried for more than 1,000 times to pass in the driving school but he kept failing.

Are you wondering how I got to know about all these and their names?

Yes. I have been bitten once. So, I am shying twice.

I have decided to join my kids in watching the cartoon series to help them unlearn the nonsense Spongebob has previously taught them.

How did this drama start?

I have boys in my house who are under the age of 7. One of them is bright academically. He is doing well in terms of English language speaking and writing.

Suddenly, he began to drift in his grammar. It became bad and noticeable, even his class teacher complained.

He used verbs, nouns, and adjectives in a very embarrassing way.

“Mummy, when Daddy ‘wented awayed‘, we ‘sawed‘ the car key”. This was my boy’s new style of speaking.

I had passed from this correction stage but I went back again. I corrected him often but he became worse day by day.

I applied cane but it didn’t work.

One day, he wanted to say; he is dead. He said; “he deadeth“.

I became angry and tried to beat him.

Who taught you to speak that way? I heard myself screaming at him.

“SpongeBob! He revealed in between tears.

A thought hit my head immediately and I released him from my harsh grip.

I remembered something.

I knew where and how fluids penetrated the head of the pumpkin. Spongebob Squarepants!

The yellow squared fellow has gone far in role modeling my kids but I didn’t notice.

I have been wondering. Each time I went to inspect the boys’ bed, I usually found their fallen milk teeth under their pillows. After removing it, they looked for them again where I kept them and returned it under their pillows.

When I asked, they said they were waiting for a tooth Fairy which will come to take the teeth and give them money and golden teeth.

It was Spongebob again.

They learned it in one of the series. Patrick was eating too much gum and his teeth had holes and ached. The dentist removed the teeth.

But Spongebob told Patrick not to throw them away. He should put the teeth under his pillow so that the tooth Fairy will come and give him money and golden teeth.

I told my kids to throw their fallen milk teeth away. They said no. They prefer what King Spongebob told them. They prefer to buy chew gum so that they will lose more teeth for the Tooth Fairy.

I sit with them to watch this cartoon series now.

I cannot allow these lifeless and harmless looking animations to spoil things for me.

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