History Analysis / TheUglyBarnacle

18th Sep '17 1:29:38 PM abcdef-no
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Not here. Not only did the barnacle do nothing to resolve his predicament, but said inaction causes his surrounding macrocosm to ''die''. The tale satirizes both society's obsession with physical appearance (as the presumably shallow, straight-thinking citizens are ''conditioned'' to be killed by violation of beauty standards) and the inaction of the homely, as the main character's unjustified lack of initiative causes negative and oh-so-very real consequences to himself and his surrounding.

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Not here. Not only did the barnacle do nothing to resolve his predicament, but said inaction causes his surrounding macrocosm to ''die''. The tale satirizes both society's obsession with physical appearance (as the presumably shallow, straight-thinking citizens are ''conditioned'' to be killed by violation of beauty standards) and the inaction of the homely, as the main character's unjustified lack of initiative causes negative and oh-so-very real consequences to himself and his surrounding.
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18th Sep '17 4:16:40 AM abcdef-no
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17th Sep '17 2:59:54 PM abcdef-no
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17th Sep '17 2:59:41 PM abcdef-no
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17th Sep '17 2:58:40 PM abcdef-no
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17th Sep '17 2:58:03 PM abcdef-no
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17th Sep '17 2:57:31 PM abcdef-no
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17th Sep '17 2:53:50 PM abcdef-no
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Adapting The Ugly Barnacle

Everyone who loved the original Ugly Barnacle story would obviously love a continuation of the tale(you know, to add some backstory to the character or explain a few things(why was the barnacle ugly?). This can be done in a variety of ways:

One: The story is adapted into an 11 minute episode of SpongeBob SquarePants. This should also explain whether The Ugly Barnacle story is fake, or, if the story is real in the universe of SpongeBob SquarePants, why Patrick and the other sea life featured in the show survived.

Two: The story is adapted like every other adapted story so far(into a book, a movie, a television show, into anime/manga). The only problem with that is The Ugly Barnacle itself is so minimalistic that adapting it into any other format besides the ones featured below would require adding a lot of extra details. In other words, they would have to create an entire story that would fit around the fifteen-word tale.

Three: The story is adapted into a comic/webcomic strip, the only media format short enough to tell the tale with minimal changes. It would probably be even funnier than the tale told in the SpongeBob SquarePants episode Something Smells, given that we could actually see the characters(The Ugly Barnacle, the doomed sea life).
29th Oct '16 7:16:28 PM Idek618
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Not here. Not only did the barnacle did nothing to resolve his predicament, but said inaction causes his surrounding macrocosm to ''die''. The tale satirizes both society's obsession with physical appearance (as the presumably shallow, straight-thinking citizens are ''conditioned'' to be killed by violation of beauty standards) and the inaction of the homely, as the main character's unjustified lack of initiative causes negative and oh-so-very real consequences to himself and his surrounding.

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Not here. Not only did the barnacle did do nothing to resolve his predicament, but said inaction causes his surrounding macrocosm to ''die''. The tale satirizes both society's obsession with physical appearance (as the presumably shallow, straight-thinking citizens are ''conditioned'' to be killed by violation of beauty standards) and the inaction of the homely, as the main character's unjustified lack of initiative causes negative and oh-so-very real consequences to himself and his surrounding.



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1st Jul '15 8:23:43 PM JohnOrFranz
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Not here. Not only did the barnacle did nothing to resolve his predicament, but said inaction causes his surrounding macrocosm to ''die''. The tale satirize both society's obsession with physical appearance (as the presumably shallow, straight-thinking citizens are ''conditioned'' to be killed by violation of beauty standards) and the inaction of the homely, as the main character's unjustified lack of initiative causes negative and oh-so-very real consequences to himself and his surrounding.

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Not here. Not only did the barnacle did nothing to resolve his predicament, but said inaction causes his surrounding macrocosm to ''die''. The tale satirize satirizes both society's obsession with physical appearance (as the presumably shallow, straight-thinking citizens are ''conditioned'' to be killed by violation of beauty standards) and the inaction of the homely, as the main character's unjustified lack of initiative causes negative and oh-so-very real consequences to himself and his surrounding.
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