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Jack Rowe might be an 18-year-old Twitter hit now, but back in 2007 he was SpongeBob SquarePants’ most committed fan.

The Mayo lad recently found a SpongeBob diary written by his nine-year-old self and, naturally, took to Twitter to share the news of his hilarious discovery.

The diary contains epic quotes like “Dear SpongeBob, I wish I was yellow like you and have holes in my body just like you” and “I would like to see [Squidward] nice to you and Pat but I think that will never ever happen.”  Bless!

And as it turns out Jack wasn’t alone in his obsession with the porous cartoon character as he was actually part of an epic three-person SpongeBob-loving crew.

He told Buzzfeed his friend Fiona had a Sandy Cheeks diary which she used to update in the bathroom so her family wouldn’t see.

Take a look below at the SpongeBob diary below: 




We all know him as Squidward Tenticles on SpongeBob SquarePants, but the voiceover of the rather annoying squid, Rodger Bumpass, has been served with a DUI.

Sources close to the Nickleodeon programme told TMZ that the show's execs don't view a DUI as a deal breaker – but, we suppose half of Hollywood would lose their job if that was the case. 

They told the website that the only basis for firing him would be under a "morals clause," and they don't see a DUI as an immoral act.

He was arrested and given the DUI after police saw his car in the middle of the road. They said he was sitting on the hood of the car and admitted to drinking and driving.

Earlier in the week, Rodger told TMZ that he was worried sick he'd be fired. 

So, fear not, Squidward is still going to grace our TV screens for a very long time. 


This is an interesting revelation!

Following his long overdue Emmy win this week, Jon Hamm is set to guest star on SpongeBob Squarepants. Talk about an unexpected yet totally great move!

Cheekily referring to his iconic Mad Men character Don Draper, E! News has learned that Jon will voice a character named Don Grouper on the hit animated Nickelodeon series, who is described as the charismatic head ad executive of the ad agency, Grouper, Goby & Koi.

We're intrigued!

In the episode that is set to air next year, Mrs. Krabs will go to Don, who has a sharp mind and captivating charm, for help when she attempts to launch a new line of frozen Krabby Patties.

After being nominated eight times for his work as Don Draper on Mad Men, Hamm finally took home the Emmy Award for the final season of the series. 

We can't wait to see this episode now. It will sure be an interesting one!


This story will either make your day or break your faith with society… so get ready for it.

Spongebob Squarepants is getting a Broadway musical. 

Still, even if you have lost all confidence in humanity, wait until you hear who is contributing to the new musical.

In a press release from Broadway in Chicago, it was revealed that some of the biggest names in the music industry are taking part in the show.

Steven Tyler and Joe Perry of Aerosmith, John Legend, Cyndi Lauper, Panic! At the Disco, Plain White T's, T.I. and even David Bowie is contributing towards a special song. 

 The show will have a pre-season run in Chicago before heading to Broadway for 2016-2017 season. 

Casting is being kept tight-lipped but the press release did tease some very basic plot details. 

"The end is near. Only one sponge can save the day. But he's going to need help from some of the greatest songwriters in rock and pop music history."

"The SpongeBob Musical is a rousing tale of a simple sea sponge who faces the unfathomable. It's a celebration of unbridled hope, unexpected heroes, and pure theatrical invention."

We really don't know what to think of this one but one thing's for sure, it will be wacky! 



Spongebob SquarePants first aired in 1999 and we, like the rest of our generation, became immediate fans of adorable Bob, bad-tempered Squidward and the whole Bikini Bottom gang.

Following the adventures of a sponge, who lived under the sea in a two-storey pineapple and earned a wage working in a fast-food restaurant, was our favourite after-school activity.

So we just can’t WAIT for the release of The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water early next year which sees SpongeBob and the crew tackle a whole new world!

3-D, you say? We are ready!