Character Q & A~ In Which Sean Talks About Himself

Um, hi.

The Story Sponge is currently incapacitated by an overload of academic stuff, so she asked me if I could cover the post for this week! Out of the kindness of my heart, I took pity on her and said yes. I am a very kind and generous person.

Also I’m technically one of her characters and I kind of have to do what she tells me.

Um. Yes. I’ve never had a blog before, so this should be interesting!

Before she sank under the pile of textbooks and sheet music, the sponge gave me a list of questions to answer. I guess she doesn’t entirely trust me to do this thing on my own. I mean, I wouldn’t trust me either, I have no clue what I’m doing.

This will be fun, guys, we’ll probably end up talking about zombies or coffee. Or both!

She also said to stay focused and try not get too obnoxious. Who does she think I am?

1. What is your full name?

Sean Jefferson Frost. Though some people have a hard time remembering that and call me Dork for convenience.

2. Where do you attend school?

I’m a senior at Sheldon High School in Eugene, Oregon, but why you would bring up school is beyond me.

3. Tell us your life story.

Um. Okay. Here’s the abridged version:

Once upon a time, I was born. Death pending.

4. Are you a morning glory or a night owl?

I’m pretty much awake all the time, so I don’t know. I really don’t like to see myself as a flower or a bird though.

5. What’s one thing you couldn’t live without?

Coffee. For obvious reasons.

6. What’s your favorite snack?

Everything that’s food. So not raisins. But definitely gummy worms.

7. What’s your favorite book?

Um, aside from comic books? The Princess Bride.

8. If you were an animal, what kind would you be?

A bagel.

9. Who’s your favorite superhero?

Shazam.

10. If you had any superpower, what would it be?

Are you trying to be mean or what?

11. Describe yourself in three words.

Upbeat. Hilarious. Caffeinated.

12. How would your classmates describe you in three words?

Why do you exist.

(Not all of them can count.)

13. What is under your bed right now?

You expect me to know these things? Let me go check.

Clothes. Candy wrappers. CDs. Dirty mugs. Moldy gum (did you know that gum could grow mold because I did NOT). Paper cups. A whole lot of silly putty.

14. What’s on top of your bed right now?

A pillowcase. Don’t know where my pillow is. And math homework. Why did you have to point that out?

15. What do you want to be when you grow up?

Alive.

16. Do you actually think your jokes are funny?

Aren’t they though?

17. Do you have any pets?

Yes, his name is Quicksilver and he’s a goldfish. Actually he’s a goldfish cracker, but whatever. I got him fairly recently and I don’t think I’ll be keeping him for very long.

18. Are you a self-actualized person?

Yes, I watch A Series of Unfortunate Events on Netflix.

19. Should you be studying right now?

I thought you wanted me to do this, quit trying to make me feel guilty.

20. When are you going to tell your parents that you’re still having nightmares?

Wait, what? I’m just going to pretend you didn’t ask that question.

In Conclusion

Hi everyone! It’s your beloved Sponge! I hope Sean behaved himself. I’m trying to write a paper right now and I don’t have time to chat (alas!), but I am sure my son would be more than happy to answer any further questions you have for him in the comments! I miss you all! Happy writing!

16 thoughts on “Character Q & A~ In Which Sean Talks About Himself

  1. If I was an animal I too would be a bagel xD Sean’s interview was hilarious, I hope we see more of him at some point. Good luck on schoolwork! (To both Sean and yourself, Sponge πŸ˜‰ )

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    1. Hi, Sari, this is Sean- now that I have the Sponge’s password I can write on her blog whenever I want! MwahahaHAHAHA!
      I love your pineapple, by the way. It’s nifty. And bagels are the best spirit animals.
      Why, thank you, I’m glad you noticed. I’d love to come back and talk to you guys! Maybe I could tell you about all the awesome sports I invented.
      The Sponge is totally doing homework right now (dutiful, that one), but I’ll pass along your luck. Unless I use all of it up first. Bye!

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  2. If I interview all my characters on my blog, that would be interesting. Sarge would like to do it at all- he does not like revealing much to anyone. It still sounds like a fun idea.

    Some of them would love it- some of them I know some questions would be tough for them answer based on how old of them are- I mean my youngest is 5

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  3. well Sean, you are hilarious! have you acquired any new fish since your current one, or do they all have a very short lifespan somehow? I hope that you and your creator continue to thrive!
    also, a question: what are you afraid of?

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    1. Why thank you, I try.
      Now that you mention it, I acquired quite a few new fish after dear old whatever-I-said-his-name-was. Their lifespans were all suspiciously short. What can I say, I guess I’m a fish killer.
      Thriving is good! Yes. Thanks! I’m sure we will. Unlike my goldfish.
      What am I afraid of? Haha, well, um… I kind of want to say nothing, but that’s not exactly true. (It’s not true at all really! I like to lie!)
      I guess one thing that I’m afraid of is sleeping. Yeah…
      I’m also afraid of movie theatres and stage lights, though I love movies and acting. So. That’s a thing.
      One thing I’m definitely not afraid of is killing innocent snack foods.

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  4. Hello Sean, I like your last name. Also, have you seen the trailer for the Shazam movie coming out next year? It looks good. Something that I know for sure is good are bagels. I had one this morning, actually. How do you eat your bagels? Your answer to number fifteen (what do you want to be when you grow up) reminds me of something I saw (probably on Pinterest so I don’t know how accurate it is). I think it was a quote from John Lennon saying when he was little, his teacher asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up, he said happy, his teacher said he didn’t understand the question, and he said the teacher didn’t understand life.
    And hello Sponge, I hope you’re holding up alright and that the textbooks and sheet music haven’t completely crushed you yet. :))

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    1. Hey, Annie! Thanks- I sometimes tell people I’m related to Jack Frost, but they don’t usually believe me for some reason, which is ridiculous because I’m a super trustworthy guy!
      Yes, I have seen the trailer and I’m probably the only kid in my class who knows Zachary Levi from She Loves Me instead of Chuck. I think he’s a great choice for Shazam and I’m excited for the movie.
      Bagels are awesome. I usually cut my bagels in half, toast them (lightly), butter them (heavily), take bites of them with my teeth, chew them (also with my teeth) and swallow them. That’s my bagel eating process. I don’t usually do cream cheese or pineapple or whatever else people do to bagels. Also I prefer plain bagels or cheese bagels but my mom sometimes buys “everything” bagels which are basically bagels that have been dropped in birdseed. Please no.
      Oh yeah. Me and John Lennon are like…practically related. I totally understand life.
      Sponge says hi and to let you know that she’s still breathing and not in a pancake state.
      So long!

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      1. You’re welcome, and I agree.
        I have not heard of the name Zachary Levi before, but I found out he voiced FLYNN RIDER in Tangled. He’s my favorite character in that movie. Also, I haven’t heard of either Chuck or She Loves Me before- should I watch either of them? I am excited for the movie too. There’s a bunch of 2019 movies I’m excited for? I found out yesterday that there’s also a Toy Story 4, a Frozen 2, and a bunch of Disney live action remakes coming out.
        Oh, I forgot to mention that I also take bites and chew bagels with my teeth. I’ll have to try a buttered bagel sometime. Hahaha, I can see how birdseed bagels would be a more accurate name than everything bagels, but I also have a hunch that the second one sells more bagels.
        Okay thank you, that’s good to know.

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      2. Yeah, Disney movies! I definitely watch Disney movies. Sponge loves Tangled, but it’s not my favorite. I think my favorite is The Black Cauldron because I relate to Gurgi on a spiritual level. But there are a lot of good ones though. She Loves Me is awesome but it’s a Broadway show and not really accessible anymore which is a travesty. There is a PBS recording of it but you have to have like a KAID passport or something to view it now? Which is really lame. I really can’t tell you much about Chuck because I haven’t seen it.
        Watching movies is like my life. But I get impatient waiting for them because I don’t usually go see them in theaters so by the time they come out all my considerate classmates have told me all the things that happened, from the major plot points to what kind of jam one of the extras had on her toast in the big breakfast scene. You know. So a lot of times I watch random obscure old movies that none of them have heard of so I can be the one that’s in the know for once. It’s fun.
        I’m glad you clarified that because I was totally picturing that you swallowed them whole, which was concerning. I was thinking maybe you had a really big mouth or something.
        Maybe no one would care if birdseed bagels became obsolete.
        Nice chat!
        -Sean

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  5. Allyn-a-Dale barely represses a grin. ” ‘Death pending.’ That may be among the finest abridged life stories I’ve yet encountered. Hats off to you” — *doffs most excellent trademark hat* — “for handling your author’s blog assignment with such entertaining wit.”

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    1. Thanks, Allyn, my man! My life story is quite fine in its abridged state if I do say so myself. I am happy to see that you recognize my nifty talents of wit and general hilarity! At some point everyone has to admit that I’m a genius comedian, folks, it’s inevitable.

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    1. Aw, thanks. (It’s a good thing I’m here today because Sean may or may not have been offended by your choice of adjectives, but I love it. πŸ™‚ )
      Yes, I think “talking” to them would be an excellent idea. But you know, Sean is definitely more digestible in small cyber doses than he is in a classroom five days a week. I can understand some of their exasperation. But on the other hand, they’re just jerks. I do want to protect my child, and I appreciate your concern for him as well.

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