By Anonymous - Canada
Today, my sixteen year old son told me that he's following his guidance counselor's advice: to do what his hero does for a living. The problem? His hero is SpongeBob Squarepants. His ambition in life is to become a fry cook. FML
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  DudeImBetter  |  0

mr "krabs" who lives in "bikini bottom" with "sandy cheeks" doesn't pay well. spongebob is actually a really funny tv show. also spongebobeeshia the number 18 most ghetto name is also funny.

  dudeitsdanny  |  9

But Spongebob works at a fastfood restaurant.
OP's son IS aspiring for BK or something.

Be proud, OP.. With his mental capacity his hero could be... Patrick. Unfortunately, thats the only thing worse than Spongebob.

At least he wants to be a fry cook, not a talking Sponge. But, i'll be honest here... You deserve it for dropping him on his head and/or raising someone like this.

It's bad enough he loves that show(no offense to fans, but it's a brain rotter of the lowest kind), but he made Spongebob his hero..

You raised a loser. Take away his television privileges, make him read(start with Clifford books, though, don't wanna kill him), and restrict his computer to homework and pornography.

By  amberbby69  |  6

Not everyone wants to be rich, some people are content with doing what they love and living check-by-check. If that makes him happy, then so be it. Plus, he might end up being a great chef one day.