Patrick Star 'invisible Fight' Imitated By A Man, Trending On Twitter

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One can see the invisible fight of Patrick Star and a man imitating as the man throwing invisible punches at the starfish with perfect timing amusing netizens.

Written By Pragya Puri | Mumbai | Updated On:
Patrick Star

A video of an imitation of the Patrick Star’s ‘invisible fight’ is trending on social media. The famous cartoon series SpongeBob SquarePants is one of the most hilarious animated cartoons which is loved by the people across the globe. In the video, one can see the invisible fight of Patrick Star and a man imitating as the man throwing invisible punches at the starfish. The mysterious invisible man who beats up Patrick star has finally been revealed. 

The iconic invisible fight

A man posted a video on Twitter, adding spark to the iconic fight of Patrick Star. One can see the man throwing punches with his perfect timing at the starfish. His moves sync perfectly with the scene in SpongeBob SquarePants where Patrick star beats himself up. There have been several attempts in the past to imitate the scene but Netizens feel this is by far the best fight effects. The scene is from one of the episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants season 3 titled No Weenies Allowed which was the first broadcast in 2002. The iconic invisible fight scene is done to convince SpongeBob entry into one of the toughest clubs of sailors called The Salty Spitoon.

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Twitter reaction on the video

The video was shared on Twitter and received more than 8 million views. The video was posted on Instagram by Jordan Brown, who is the same mysterious invisible man. People were amused at the perfect timing of all the actions imitated by the man.

 

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