You Like Krabby Patties, Don’t You Squidward?

You Like Krabby Patties, Don’t You Squidward?

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You Like Krabby Patties Don’t You, Squidward? (snowclone: You Like X, Don’t You, Y?) is both a phrase used often as an image macro on images in which the subject is smiling knowingly usually after a realization and an image of SpongeBob Squarepants with aforementioned smile.


The phrase and image are derived from a scene from Season 3, Episode 3 of Spongebob Squarepants titled “Just One Bite”. In the episode, Spongebob attempts to get Squidward to eat the main food sold by the restaurant they both work at, The Krabby Patty, after learning that Squidward has never eaten one before and in an attempt to prove to him that no one can resist loving a Krabby Patty after having one bite. After he takes a bite, Squidward pretends not to enjoy it but unknownst to Spongebob does and has become addicted to them. The climax of the episode ends with Squidward breaking into the vault of Krabby Patties before being discovered by Spongebob who comes to the realization of Squidward’s love of Krabby Patties by making the face and uttering the line.

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This article should point out that the image macro with Spongebobs facial expression is used in any context where use A presumes that user B secretly is/likes/uses/involved with something. It’s not just limited to “You like X, don’t you Y?”

Come to think of it, this article probably should be titled “You like X, don’t you Y?” since the line “you like krabby patties don’t you squidward” is not the actual meme, the image macro is.


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