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By Jackie Burrell
Monday, July 27th, 2009 at 4:16 pm in Contest.

To Squarepants or Not to Squarepants Forget Hamlet. Spongebob is pondering that great existential question, “To Squarepants or Not to Squarepants?” in his newest DVD. We’re not entirely sure whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer the Krabby Patties of outrageous fortune, or to take arms in the battle of Bikini Bottom, but the DVD is sure to delight Spongebob fans. And it can be yours! All you have to do is click “comments” and tell us, what do you suppose is in a Krabby Patty and would your kids eat one?

(Congrats, by the way, to Mariano, who won last week’s Star Wars giveaway!)

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8 Responses to “SPONGEBOB Giveaway”

  1. Mariano Says:

    The Krabby Patty contains: Grandma’s secret ingredient, Mom’s love for cooking and Dad’s grilling favorite meat. With a touch of Grandpa’s if it walks we definetely have to try it in a stew.

    Yes, my kids would eat it, because Spongebob says so, now they won’t eat my special feta, spinach and turkey burgers!.

  2. Cindi Hoppes Says:

    I hear it is a top secret recipe! That is part of the
    Krabby Patty’s appeal. If my children got to meet Spongebob and share a Krabby Patty with him, they would
    enjoy it. Many thanks…..Cindi

  3. Jackie Says:

    Oh…I always assumed a Krabby Patty was a crab cake.
    But I guess sea creatures probably wouldnt be eating sea food, would they? Thanks for the giveaway!

  4. Edward Says:

    It’s spelled with a “K” instead of a “C” so its probably made of imitation crab meat.

  5. SHartl Says:

    A Krabby patty would hopefully be full of my favorite seafood……….CRAB! And of course, bread crumbs, butter and fried in oil….all the stuff that’s bad for you! My kids would NOT eat one…even if they were sitting next to Sponge Bob…but I would gobble them up!

  6. Marci Says:

    Krabby Patties are for when the children are being crabby. It’s full of yummy nutritious ingredients that when your child eats it they become instantly transformed into happy children again…..if only….

  7. Alyssa Says:

    What is in the Krabby Patty, eh? That’s been one of the most-wondered things on land and in sea. That’s the only reason Plankton exists. For the most part, I think that normal things that sea creatures eat — shellfish, kelp, krill, etc — are in them. But then there is the question of the secret ingredient. What is that secret ingredient? I believe it is…seahorses. Yes, seahorses. Mr. Krabs did, indeed, say that “no live seahorse belongs in the Krusty Krab.” Suspicious, eh…?

    I have no kids of my own, but my four nieces would most certainly eat one! They wouldn’t even ask what was in it, because it is a common misconception that Krabby Patties are hamburgers. Anyhoo, they would eat it, enjoy it, then probably try to get SpongeBob’s signature. I, meanwhile, would poke Squidward’s nose.

  8. Julie Says:

    SpongeBob, as a loyal employee of the Krusty Krab, so seraphically claims that the Kraby Patty is “Good for your soul!”

    While Squidward, on the other hand, claims them to be “a heart attack on a bun!”
    What could possibly be so enjoyable as to lift the spirits, yet so harmful to the body?

    Have you ever tasted a delicious french fry, and relished it, but considered it as a guilty pleasure? What caused you to love, yet feel remorse after that scrumptious piece of fried potato? And what causes most any child to enjoy it so much?
    In a word (or two): Bacon grease.
    It’d be a rarity, I’m sure, down there in Bikini Bottom.
    As I have no children, my younger, soon-to-be six year old brother adores fried food and SpongeBob…. who can resist either?

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