His low, throaty sound is perfect for Patrick's foolish diatribes and occasional cries of anguish.
If you don’t watch out, your legs will get blown off and you’ll end up begging for money on the L train.” That might be a bit overdramatic but I understand the sentiment.
Sometimes the idea of “getting out there” seems like torture, but you have to do it, because the alternative is a life of sitting home alone, eating bags of beef jerky while watching trying to will myself into the headspace of the film’s main character, who takes great pleasure in fucking strange men—something I, too, used to find sexy and exciting, before my ex-girlfriend tore out my heart and threw it in the trash along with my will to live and my problematically high sex drive.
I said it was very generous of him, and before I knew it, he was leading me into a nearby gay bar, where he suggested I “find a girl for a group sex,” despite the fact that 98 percent of the people in the bar were gay men.
It was when he attempted to grind with me to a Lana Del Rey techno remix that I finally made my escape.
A couple nights later, I went to a dinner party on the Upper East Side.
I wore a slinky silk dress and intentionally went to the party alone, to force myself to mingle.
Whether Sponge Bob is laughing or crying or singing, his performance is always about more than just the sound of Sponge Bob; it's about the inflection, the intonation and the phrasing.
Tom Kenny is the reason I laugh so hard at Bill Fagerbakke attends the unveiling of a Sponge Bob Square Pants wax figure in honor of the 10th anniversary of Nickelodeon's Sponge Bob Square Pants at Madame Tussauds on July 15, 2009 in New York City.
What a life Rodger Bumpass must have in order to bring out Squidward's bitter bile so well. Where You've Heard Him: I was surprised when I first learned that Clancy Brown was the voice behind Mr. How could that very large actor who always plays such evil villains be the voice behind one of the characters on who also does the voices of Plankton and Larry the Lobster (I once saw an interview when he said he puffs out his chest while he's recording to get the right sound for Larry). Lawrence is not necessarily a career voice actor but takes roles in cartoons he's writing.