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Archived from the original on June 11, Queerness is an ideality…we are not yet queer. On the other hand, Will and Grace and Queer Eye for the Straight Guy were full-blown exercises in making queerness a sparkly accessory for a cosmopolitan heterosexual lifestyle. You've got that kind of idiot-buddy situation — that was a huge influence. These jokes, however, offer miniscule, momentary escapes from the overall normative goals of these series. Every main character in the show has its own unique footstep sound. Here's our full list!
Jose Estaban Munoz proclaims, "Queerness is not yet here. Although SpongeBob's driver's license says his birthdate is July 14, Hillenburg joked that he is fifty in "sponge years". Wednesday March 10, Punctuated Equilibrium, The Guardian. A thought bubble appears above the head of the female fish, visualizing her deliberation of how SpongeBob and Patrick's family contradicts the rules of heterosexual reproduction. These memes serve as a momentary reminder of the absurdist cartoon we watched on Saturday mornings, signifying a shared cultural past between American millennials.