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SpongeBob Checks His Snapper Chat
General
Social Media short №: 3
Airdate: June 10, 2016
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SnapperChat

Chronology
Previous: "Patrick Star Checks His Instaclam"
Next: "How to Party Like SpongeBob"
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"SpongeBob Checks His Snapper Chat" is a SpongeBob SquarePants Social Media short. In this short, SpongeBob checks his Snapper Chat.

Characters

Synopsis

SpongeBob decides he wants to get in with the times and figure out SnapperChat, a social media app made for Bikini Bottom. The first picture he takes of is a Krabby Patty and edits it by drawing a smiley face on it. After typing a fitting caption for it he sends it to his story. He then checks some of the stories from Sandy and Squidward. SpongeBob gets a message from Patrick that is just a picture of his stomach with the caption "H3y, just hanNGin' out here." SpongeBob wants to know where Patrick is right now. While waiting for the response, he checks out other stories like what's going on at Pearl's slumber party, how people are living like Larry, and how Mondays are brutal for Mable. SpongeBob gets a message from Patrick saying that he is still in the same spot. Soon after, he finds out Patrick was in the Krusty Krab the whole time and they go Jellyfishing together.

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Cultural references

  • "Snapper Chat" is a reference to the real life social networking app Snapchat.
  • One of SpongeBob's apps on his phone is Fishbook, which is a reference to the real life social networking site, Facebook.
  • Bluetube is a reference of the video sharing website, YouTube. Also, the name sounds like a spoof of Bluetooth.

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