Top 32 Most Iconic Spongebob Quotes
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Top 32 Most Iconic Spongebob Quotes

32 ways to incorporate Spongebob into your everyday life.

Top 32 Most Iconic Spongebob Quotes
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Being the 90s/2000s kids (at least some us) that we are, there are just certain sections of pop culture that are naturally and irrevocably ingrained into our minds. A prime example? None other than Spongebob Squarepants. From songs to quotes to entire episodes, we have it memorized, no matter the season. While there are a bajillion different quotes that we have no doubt memorized and already incorporated into our everyday life, these next quotes stand out a little above the rest.

1. I'm ready.

2. Imagination.




6. night.

7. Chocolate? CHOCOLATE!

8. I remember when they first invented chocolate.

9. MY LEG.

10. No I'm Dirty Dan.

11. He was number one!

12. Fine dining...and breathing.


14. Me hoy minoy.

15. Don't you have an essay to write?

16. Wee-woo.

17. Who are you people?


19. Krusty Krab pizza is the pizza for you and me.

20. I don't need it.

21. We're not talking about this, or this. We're talking about this.

22. Ravioli, Ravioli, give me the formuoli.

23. Not when I shift into maximum overdrive.

24. Keeevvvviiiinnn.

25. You're good! You're good! You're good!

26. Hinga Dinga Durgen.

27. Is mayonnaise an instrument?

28. The best time to wear a striped sweater is all the time.

29. No, this is Patrick.

30. EVIL.

31. The most important meal of the day, serving it up Gary's way.

32. The indoors song.

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