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doodlebob is back

By mimchelleelopez1

Adventure / Humor

The Object

It was a peaceful day in Bikini Bottom and Patrick and SpongeBob had just gotten home from a good day in Jellyfish Fields, where they go everyday. They were playing outside when Squidward obnoxiously shrieked like a little girl and said, “How did you neanderthals manage to get this stick stuck in my sand?!”. On the ground he found a thin stick sticking out of the sand and Patrick and Spongebob tentatively picked it up and eventually took it to Patrick’s rock, where he lives. He stored it in his refrigerator, where he puts everything, because Patrick regularly puts his items in there. This tired them out, so they dispersed to their houses and retired for the night. The stars were twinkling diamonds that night, thought Spongebob as he closed his eyes and fell asleep. The next morning was just a normal morning with Patrick doing nothing and Spongebob going to work, singing his song “I’m ready, I’m ready, I’m ready”. Spongebob worked at the best restaurant in Bikini Bottom, The Krusty Krab, where Squidward and Mr. Krabs also worked. The day went by just like every other normal day did, with Mr. Krabs always screaming at Squidward to work harder and then Plankton showed up with his usual antics attempting to steal the secret Krabby Patty Formula but failed miserably just like every other time. Once his shift was over, Spongebob went home and played with Patrick out in their yards while Squidward practiced playing his clarinet. When Patrick went to his refrigerator to get some food,where he had left the sharpie, he noticed the thin stick object was missing, but he did not think it was that important so he went back out to play with Spongebob without saying a word about it. The next thing you know everyone in Bikini is asleep except for part of SpongeBob’s nocturnal arch nemesis, Doodlebob. Doodlebob was just a teeny-tiny stick hand after being destroyed by Spongebob, or so he thought. He had managed to save his hand through it all and has been in hiding ever since that day. He had been waiting for a moment like this to get his revenge. It was nighttime and the silver moon shined above the sky. The little stick hand started to squirm in the sand like a worm in mud. He stopped in a certain spot where the moon wasn't as bright, the little stick hand started digging around the salty sand and came across a very peculiar object. It was nothing like he had ever seen before. With all its might, he picked up the object and suddenly went flying across the sand while there was still another part of it stuck in the sand. He went back and tried to pick up the other part with all his strength and started drawing himself. The stick hand slowly drew more and more and it became more evident of what he was drawing. The tiny hand had drawn itself back into Doodlebob. Spongebob and Patrick stood there stunned, with their mouths gaped wide open. Doodlebob quickly look at his surroundings and recognized where he was standing . He started walking at a faster pace towards their houses. The house he was walking towards was Squidward’s and he was headed towards the window and saw Squidward sleeping with his most prized possession. The stick figure looked at the pointy sharpie and looked back at the sleeping figure and smiled with a mischievous smirk and a had a terrible idea in mind.

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