字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント the Krusty Krab. It's a favorite. Hang out to the local young folk, a must visit to any tourist and the home, dissatisfied customers and employees alike. Here are the six biggest mysteries about the Krusty Krab number six origin for the most famous underwater fast food burger Joint the world. It's a little fishy that its origins aren't quite clear. See in the episode The Krusty Krab Training Video, we're told that Mr Crabs acquired a bankrupt retirement home and made extensive renovations, turning it into the burger joint we know and love. But take a closer look at this retirement before crabs took over. Why was there already a poster of a burger in the window? And you can even make out the Krusty Krab menu hanging by the cash register? If this was really a retirement home, why does it still look like a restaurant on the inside? And what's stranger in the episode Grandpappy the Pirate Mr Crabs heavily implies that the Krusty Krab used to be his pirates? Is it possible that this footage of the retirement home was staged? Sadly, it's just not enough evidence to know for sure. Number five the employees okay, So we kind of covered this in our last episode when we asked, Who makes the crabby Patties when SpongeBob has the day off? But here's an even bigger question. Who runs the place when SpongeBob Squid Word and Mr Crabs of the Day off Three of them have been cited all around town together during normal business hours. Way no crabs would never just shut down the Krusty Krab with not with all that money to be made. And yet we rarely see any trace of other employees working at the Krusty Krab. We've seen each of these guys work there in the past. Maybe they get together and run things while the others are gone like an elite Krusty Krab task force. Watch a show about that. Number four. The Nautical Flags. At first glance, you might think these flags air simply decorative. But you may not know that these are actual official nautical flags or flags used by sailors to convey messages to one another. When translated, each flag can be assigned a letter. Are I, uh, mysterious flag that doesn't exist in the nautical alphabet. You and K. Is that supposed to stand for something Royal investment of underwater crabs re flowing is undoubtedly coral. Maybe this mystery flag would shed some light on this strange message. They must mean something, right? Number three, The green slime. One extremely unique feature of the Krusty Krab is its famous slime oozing walls. It seems like just about every time we see these walls, they're losing green slime. Okay, so that's not exactly true. We've only ever seen the walls whose green slime one time in the episode graveyard shift walls will bring a smile. But then why does squid would claim they always do that? We've scoured the archives and cannot find a single other instance of the walls using green slide. Is it something that only happens at night? Maybe those mysterious other employees are the only ones who ever see it happen. But the bigger question here is Why in the world did they use green slime at all? Seems like something crabs should get fixed. Nice. Probably come back $2 to know number two underwater would. The design of the Krusty Krab is well known and iconic, from its postmodern row part in the windows to its use of these gorgeous low grade used barrels chairs. It's truly a feat of modern interior designs, but maybe it's most prominent feature is its rustic wooden look. Everything from the floorboards to the rafters seem to be made of wood. Which begs the question. Where do they get the wood? Did have some form of 100 water trees. Maybe Sandy, being a surface dweller, imported the wood when she moved to the bottom of the sea. Or could Travis be secretly harvesting plant life from Sandy's Tree Dome without her knowledge? The answer is unclear, but one thing's for sure. Mr Crabs is an interior decorating genius. Number one, regardless of what it's made. Um, there is one major question that can't be overlooked. Why is this building shaped like a crab trap? That's right. Here's an image of an actual crap trend, and here's the Krusty Krab. The similarities are undeniable. Why would a crab want to run a business out of a building designed to capture crabs? Was it an ironic marketing choice designed to gain media attention, his crabs unaware of what a crab trap looks like? He knew what the hopes were all now so presumably he knows about crab traps Or is it because Mr Crabs is lust for money? Drives him to dedicate his entire life to making every penny possible, too obsessed with profit? To ever entertain the notion of what the building used to represent retire Mons, effectively trapping himself in a cycle of an endless daily grind in this very building for the rest of his life? Anyone know how many days or maybe a fisherman There you have it. The Krusty Krab is a mysterious and a couple of questions that we may never answer. But we do have the answer to one final bonus questions. Is this the Krusty Krab?