In the episode where Spongebob has to write the essay, he says that he's writing down, "What not to do at a stoplight." But if you look down at his essay, it really says, "What not to do at a SPOTlight." A spotlight?
Whoa! The other day, I saw the episode halfway through so I saw nothing on the paper. (For some reason the paper goes blank after SpongeBob writes on it.) This lead me to believe this is fake. Yesterday, though, the episode came on again, and I saw it towards the beginning, and what do you know? There IS a part towards the beginning of the episode, where there a closeup of the paper, and you can clearly see he spelled Stoplight, SPOTLIGHT! This is a true and very good slipup. I'm sorry for thinking this was fake.
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Everybody here is missing the point. I think that was added just to show that Sponge Bob makes spelling errors. Plus it's just funny. That's the whole point of all these things you people are calling 'slip ups'. Some things are added for fun and other things that weren't added on purpose are there for the plot but still funny. You might as well say, "when squidward is sitting in his chair drinking hot chocolate there is a fire. how can fire be under water?!?!!" Seriously now. If Sponge Bob can soak up let's say, his own tears then shouldn't he be huge all the time? Get a hold of yourselves and stop looking at the stupidest things.
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I saw this when it first came out,I think they done that on purpose,because Iv'e heard about the people doing that,well how can this be a slip up maybe spongebob made a mistake on grammar and didn't the people say not to send slip ups with spelling grammars mistakes.
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