Almost every child on the planet now regardless to where he comes from spend some of his time face front of the television watching at least one or more of America’s most popular animated TV shows, but throughout the span of different episodes of different shows there has been shocking messages, characters, language and moments that don’t seem to be very appropriate for children at all, one of the most popular and most loved cartoon for children that contains such unsuitable language and message is SpongeBob Squarepants and here is why you shouldn’t leave your children in front of it without supervision.
Some episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants contained some humor that could be considered by many parents around the world as “dirty” or inappropriate for children.
For example, an episode titled “Sailor Mouth” contained cursing, at the very beginning of the episode SpongeBob was told to take out the garbage by Mr. Krabs, he saw some writings on the garbage can and started to read them out loud starting with Mr. Krabs is a …….., Nickelodeon censored the word then with sounds of a dolphin mimicking an obscene word, then a man appears nearby SpongeBob and asks him “do you kiss your mother with this mouth?’’ then he grapes a garbage bag and walks away in anger from the trash disposal.
In another episode SpongeBob was walking into work and greeting everyone including his best friend Patrick Star saying “nice …. Day we’re having, huh” then followed by the chocking of a customer and his gasping. I mean really what is wrong with your language MR.SpongeBob?
When it comes to dirty jokes well there are plenty of them, I’m just judging by forums talk and angry parents who wish that this show get suspended forever, unfortunately angry parents that I’m one of I don’t think this is going to happen in the near future, you will have to be cool with your children watching an old male mermaid in a
In an episode called “Gary Takes a Bath”, SpongeBob hands Gary two soap bars while bathing and saying the famous phrase “don’t drop the soap” which was linked to real fear of real prisoners from dropping the soap bars in shared shower areas.