SpongeBob-Inspired Graduation Caps So You ARE READY To Walk
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11 SpongeBob-Inspired Graduation Caps So You ARE READY To Walk

"RAVIOLI RAVIOLI GIVE ME THE DIPLOMUOLI."

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With graduation approaching, another generation of "SpongeBob" fans will be departing their universities and going into the "real world" *high pitch scream*.

While there are many important decisions being made at this time (such as about grad school, where to live, where to apply for jobs, etc.), there is one decision that outweighs all the others, importance-wise. And that decision is choosing how you'll decorate your graduation cap.

Since you cannot use "mermaid magic" nor beckon the "magic conch" to help you make this crucial decision, here are 11 "SpongeBob"-inspired graduation caps that'll do the trick.

1. This one that HAS to be read in the narrator's voice.

2. This clever "Imposter Krabs" reference.

3. This shout-out to your parents.

4. The super-accurate cap.

5. This clever play on words.

6. This majestic cap.

7. This perfect use of the "imagination" rainbow.

8. This Patrick-inspired cap.

9. This one that just says it all.

10. This cap that's brutally honest.

11. This hilarious use of a diploma.


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