The success and popularity of SpongeBob SquarePants has sparked in the numerous clips and images of the show being turned into memes, fads, parodies, and other forms of Internet culture. Episodes from seasons 1-3 seem to have spawned the most popularity on the Internet.

Many of the SpongeBob memes are posted on video-sharing sites such as YouTube. Further information on these and other internet phenomena can be viewed on

Cultural impact

On March 24, 2018, during the March for Our Lives movement, many adolescent protesters used signs that depicted SpongeBob memes to represent the National Rifle Association (NRA) and gun control rights in general. The memes used included "Savage Patrick" from the episode "Nature Pants," "Mocking SpongeBob" from the episode "Little Yellow Book," "Raviolli Raviolli Give Me the Formuoli" from the episode "Imitation Krabs," and the Krusty Krab/Chum Bucket representation meme that became popular on Twitter.[1]


  1. ^ Elizabeth, De (March 25, 2018). Best SpongeBob Meme Signs at the March for Our Lives. Teen Vogue. Retrieved on April 23, 2018.

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