SpongeBob SquarePants has been around for more than 20 years and is still going strong. There are several reasons to enjoy SpongeBob: funny characters and numerous moments that are imparted with valuable life lessons. And Mr. Krabs is one of the most impressive characters.
In ‘Spongebob Squarepants,’ Eugene H. Krabs, often known as Mr. Krabs, is a businessman who owns a restaurant. Mr. Krabs made his debut appearance in the 1999 film ‘Help Wanted.’ Today, he is most known as the proprietor of Krusty Krab, which employs Spongebob and Squidward. As the proprietor of a restaurant, Mr. Krabs owns funny sayings. Many of them mention money and his obsession with money.
If you’re looking for some of Eugene Krabs’ most humorous lines, this post is for you. Let’s check them out!
#1 “Time is money! And if you boys are wasting time, then you’re wasting money! And that’s just sick!”
In “Wet Painters,” SpongeBob and Patrick have fun at the Krusty Krab which irritates Mr. Krabs. He chastises them, “It is true that time is money. And if you’re squandering time, you’re wasting money as well! And that’s sickening!” It’s difficult not to giggle at such an exaggerated phrase, especially when combined with Krabs’ nasty gaze.
#2 “You’re a mystery, SpongeBob.”
In “My Pretty Seahorse”, SpongeBob has a seahorse named Mystery which causes a fuss, Mr. Krabs calls it a monster. “You’re a mystery, SpongeBob.” this is how Mr. Krabs play on words and it’s impossible to be mad at him.
#3 “Do you smell it?”
“Do you smell it? That smell. A kind of smelly smell. A kind of smelly smell that smells…smelly.” “Do you smell it? That smell. A kind of smelly smell. A kind of smelly smell that smells…smelly.” He nearly sounds like he’s parodying Quint’s iconic monologue from Jaws in “Help Wanted”. This quote really makes the audience laugh.
#4 “I used to have a kidney stone. Everything passes eventually.”
“Driven To Tears” is an example of how hilarious Mr. Krabs is. When SpongeBob says “I used to have a dream.” Mr. Krabs responds in the most callous and insensitive way possible, saying, “Yeah? I used to have a kidney stone. Everything passes eventually.” It’s so direct and unexpected that it’s difficult not to chuckle.
#5 “Ice is just a myth!”
In “The Nasty Patty”, SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs believe they’ve killed a health inspector. As a result, the two are attempting to conceal the body in the freezer. A police officer goes to the freezer for ice for her drink, Mr. Krabs is unable to maintain his composure and attempts to block the freezer, “There is no ice! There has never been any ice! Ice is just a myth!” Krabs’ line is certain to make everyone laugh.
#6 “What is today but yesterday’s tomorrow.”
“What is today but yesterday’s tomorrow.” A boss’s ideal retort to a slacker employee. It’s only one of several phrases from “Imitation Krabs” that contribute to the episode’s popularity.
#7 “Stop it! STOP IT!”
In “Squeaky Boots,” Mr. Krabs comes to a head when he begins to hear squeaks in the Krusty Krab. Krabs’ remorse causes him to yells at the top of his lungs “Stop it! STOP IT!” He confesses to stealing the boots.
This is more like a noise than a quotation, but it’s still one of Krabs’ greatest in “Krusty Love”. On a date with Mrs. Puff, Mr. Krabs’s too nervous to say a word. So that he makes sounds for SpongeBob to translate. And all the comedy comes from the silliest of voices of Mr. Krabs.
#9 “Me arms!”
One of the funniest reactions in “Squid’s Day Off” is when Mr. Krabs gets his palm caught inside a sink drainpipe to get a dime out. When Krabs is sent flying backward, he shouts “Me arms!”. Not only is his expression amusing, but so is the way he yells it
#10 “Hello! I like money!”
Mr. Krabs opens the new Krusty Krab 2 in “The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie.” Perch Perkins congratulates Krabs on the occasion, and on the news, Mr. Krabs just introduce himself “Hello! I like money!” with a wide grin on his face. This state adds to the humor and brilliantly encapsulates Mr. Krabs’ nature.