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SpongeBob SquarePants Krabby Patty RC Car Doesn’t Drive Underwater

by Paul Strauss

Ohhhhhh! Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? SpongeBob SquarePants! Absorbent and yellow and porous is he! SpongeBob SquarePants! You’ll wish you could shrink down to sponge size and drive through Bikini Bottom in this official Krabby Patty remote-controlled toy car.

I like to imagine a world where all vehicles look like food. Not just cars that look like Krabby Patties, but SUVs that look like strawberries, pickup trucks that look like pineapples, buses that look like bacon, and minivans that look like marshmallows. I could live in that delicious world. But I digress. SpongeBob’s car is rocking all the proper ingredients: fresh lettuce, onions, tomatoes, pickles, mustard, ketchup, sea cheese, and that Krabby’s secret-formula meatless patty. It’s also got a spoiler.

The battery-powered RC offers all of the typical movements: forward, reverse, left, right, and stop, but if it really was designed to drive underwater it should have had a dive and ascend mode buttons too. Oh well. You can’t have everything. SpongeBob fans can grab the Krabby Patty RC Car over at Urban Outfitters for just $25.

[via Gadgetsin]



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