In a perfect house, SpongeBob’s house would be complete and perfect, perfect for the family.
But that would be a huge letdown for the housekeeper, SpongeBob, who would find it impossible to stay in the house all night.
SpongeBob’s new home on SpongeBob SquarePants.
(YouTube/Disney) So SpongeBob, along with his sister, the Krusty Krab employee, Squidward, and their new housekeeper have decided to put their own stamp on the SpongeBob Housekeeping Society, or SHSS.
This new group is a 501(c)(3) organization, which means it can’t be affiliated with any other group or organization.
It also requires members to be a full-time housekeeper or otherwise devote all of their time to keeping the house neat and tidy.
So for now, Spongebob and Squidward are going to stay home with their new home.
But it’s a huge change for the kids in the family, who have to be kept busy as well.
SpoonBob, SpongePants, and SquidPants go to the house to play.
(Photo: Disney) So far, SpongeSpoons have been busy, but now they’ll have to watch the house from the outside.
The new house will be built on the property of the Kwik-E-Mart, which is now a part of a mall.
That’s a little bit of a stretch, SpongeRob, who will be living in a trailer and can’t leave the house for a long time.
“I’m really happy that I’m finally in a place where I’m getting to do what I love and enjoy,” he said.
And as for the new house, the kids will be excited about it.
SpongeBob and SquidRob are planning to start playing in the backyard as soon as they finish up school.