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    • But it's within water making it easier to lift
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    • The teddy bears in this case would be smaller than a kitchen sponge tho
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    • he isn't a kitchen sponge he is a sea sponge
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    • Spongebob lives under the sea so considering that he is soaked with water and five times larger than a teddy bear means he is most likely more than 2oz
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    • Plus they aren’t normal sized sponges or bears
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    • He’s a fucking sea sponge tho
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    • Does the average male really weight 197?
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    • not that hard to figure out
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    • I remember liking this comment
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    • yeah but they’re like 1/4 the size of him so theyd weigh less
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    • What about the stick with marshmallows
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    • I weigh 135 but can bench 235
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    • No being they're both in water spongebob and the bears would both had obsorbed water making then both heavier
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    • Average male height is not 197 lol fattys
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    • Those teddy bears are smaller than him
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    • K but what sponge is bigger than a teddy bear???
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    • The average weight of a human male does not increase the mass of spongebobs weights
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    • So what was Larry doing??? Ya boi was on some stuff
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    • How many teddy bears are smaller than a kitchen sponge ya idiot
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    • That’s bullshit. He is talking about the teddy bears sold in stores, which are clearly too large due to them being a hell of a lot larger than a sponge. Those bears are maybe the size of gummy bears at the largest, and those are definitely not 10 oz.
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    • Given you don't know the boyancy,t could be any weight
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    • #Science
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    • Spongebob strong as FUCK THO
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    • Those teddy bears wouldn't weigh anywhere near 10oz, they're like 1/50 the size of SpongeBob.
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    • What pisses me the fuck off is that thats not a clean. A clean goes to the shoulders. A snatch goes above the shoulders
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    • I ♡ pain
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    • But look at how small the teddy bear is compared to the sponge. That is clearly not a 10oz teddy bear if you're assuming SpongeBob is 2 oz
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    • His squinting eyes look like a sphincter: Change My Mind
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    • Those teddy bears are like 1/10th the size of spongebob so they're probably just bigger than gummy bear size
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    • That's a snatch not a clean
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    • Now in non-gay pls
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    • Ok, but what about the spatula that he lifts without a fucking problem. Also, don't pull size bullshit on me, cuz this doesn't account for that shit
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    • These are the questions scientists and society look to answer.
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    • Are we really going to bring logistics into a cartoon where there is fire underwater?
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    • Inaccurate those aren’t normal sized teddy bears
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    • But you aren’t considering proportions, because we can clearly see the teddy bears are smaller that the sponge. We need to recalculate.
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    • but he’s a sea sponge not a kitchen sponge you god damn charlatan
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    • Damn. I wonder how strong Sandy Cheeks would be considered then...
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    • Forgot to mention the teddy bear and bar (both presumably bigger than a sponge) are now smaller than a sponge, making your calculations irrelevant
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    • Brave of you to call him an average sponge
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    • I like how everyone is trying to use lofic to prove him wrong, but spongebob is a SPONGE that lives in a PINEAPPLE he has a friend squirrel.
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    • Normal teddy bears are also not smaller than a sponge
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    • oh shit
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    • Gotta build up those sponge muscles.
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    • Bitch that isnt a clean
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    • Spongebob isn't a kitchen sponge. Hes a sea sponge
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    • Those “teddy bears” are significantly smaller than spongebob
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    • Stop trying to make sense out of fucking cartoons
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    • What about whenever he pushed a car
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    • Didn’t account that it’s underwater and sponges mass and volume increases underwater
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    • Dumbass those are not average sized teddy bears they are not 10 oz that that is fake news
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    • strength works at different sizes
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    • Doesn’t his arms fuckin fall off right after LUL
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    • He didnt account for the size of the bears
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    • I died laughing
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    • The bears are even small than the sponge and it's in water
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    • The bears are smaller than the sponge... take that into account tard
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    • But he’s lifting it in water but he’s also at the bottom of the ocean so🤔
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    • Everything lifted underwater is at least 50 percent lighter but that's still like over 1000 pounds
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    • In what world are teddy bears that small compared to sponges
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    • He's not a kitchen sponge you twat he's a sea sponge
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    • Don't forget when he couldn't pick up a marshmallow on a stick
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    • SpongeBob isn't the size of an average kitchen sponge tho you twat
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    • The bears are smaller than him so 10 oz is not accurate at all
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    • Do people in the comments not realize that in cartoon physics it probably wouldnt be lighter underwater
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    • This whole post is irrelevant because he’s a sea sponge not a dish sponge and they’re under water so it’s lighter
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    • He’s a sea sponge not a kitchen sponge you moron
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    • This lifted a boat tho from that couple eating a hot dog, I forgot why
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    • But those are the weights for average teddy bears to humans. These bears are proportional to his size sot they weigh a lot less.
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    • He loves pain
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    • Hmm.. idk cuz a crab a sponge and a whale are all the same size in the show and he lives in a pineapple so those are even smaller teddy bears they weigh like nothing
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    • The math is wrong. It doesnt take into account buoyancy force. Even though the bears absorb water, there is still buoyancy forces that need to be applied, resulting in them being "lighter"
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    • Yo that’s em
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    • My balls itch
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    • So where did ya post the comment initially?
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    • I'll yoink that one for the collection
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    • Those arent average sized teddy bears and that bar is also very tiny and in no way near a house sponges weight. Top that off with being underwater which makes lifting easier and spongebob is still weak.
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    • Hey also drags a car later in the show but sure lets go with the 11x thing
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    • The teddy bears are small though
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    • Except he’s like 10 times the size of those teddy bears, making him like 20 times the size of a typical kitchen sponge, which should mean 20 times the weight, which once again shows that he is a weakling.
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    • What about Larry I wanna see his stats now.
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    • Those aren't human size teddy bears, tho.
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    • Ain't no average kitchen sponge
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    • Average male weight is 197
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    • The average Male weight is 197? Wtf
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    • Don’t want to be that guy but... that’s snatch not clean
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    • Don’t forget it the stuffed animals are also water logged from being underwater making their weight almost tripled. So in reality it’s about 70 ounces
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    • 197? That seems quite high
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    • Damn, I can clean a max of 205
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    • + that niggas clothes weighing around 6 lb
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    • Me, being braindead in the corner, trying not to laugh.
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    • That’s a snatch not a clean
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    • But the teddy bears are smaller than spongebob so your math is off
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    • He's no average kitchen sponge
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