Abrasive SpongeBob is SpongeBob SquarePants' abrasive side/split-personality and the main antagonist of the episode "The Abrasive Side."


He has SpongeBob's face, but it is rough and green with bushier eyebrows.


He is mean and rude. He also has a stereotypical New Jersey accent.

Role in episode

Gary orders an abrasive side so he is finally able to say "no" and just says mean things.

He is forced off of SpongeBob's back at the end of the episode by Sandy, and growls like a dog in anger. He is then shipped back to the manufacturer.

Grandma SquarePants orders an abrasive side at the very end of the episode, much to SpongeBob's shock and horror.

Role in games

Super Brawl 3

He is a playable character.

SpongeBob Moves In!

His costume is unlockable.


  • His personality is similar to Dr. Jeykll and Mr. Hyde or the Mask. Both are green and changes the personality. It is also similar to the symbiote from Spider-Man, as it makes the wearer abrasive, like on Carnage he becomes more brutal.
  • He is known to continuously interrupt SpongeBob when he is trying to say "yes," and says "no" instead, even when SpongeBob tries to say "yes" for a good reason.
  • He is similar to Moldy Sponge from the short of the same name.
  • He resembles the green scrubbing side of a sponge, which is the scouring pad.
    • The joke is that the abrasive side is very rough, which is how it actually feels when being touched.
Sponges (VE)

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