Friday Funny 274: Is the cake a lie?

TGIF!

Thank God it’s Friday! We are back for another episode of Matt-in-the-Hat’s Friday Funny! I hope everyone is doing okay and staying safe out there in the world. In case you didn’t know, COVID-19 is starting spike up and I hear the news that select stores (not essentials) are once again closing down. If you are an essential worker, I want to say, thank you for always helping us and sacrificing your time for us. In case you’re wondering, I will tell you some quick recap news in case you want to know what you’re missing on my blog site. Amazon is removing ebooks of light novels distributed by J-Novel Club in the Kindle store. This also includes Yen Press series No Game No Life. There is no reason why they’re getting removed, but series like NGNL, Clockwork Planet, How Not to Summon a Demon Lord and other titles from J-Club will no longer be available for Kindle. You can still read these books in other digital places like iTunes, Nook and Google Play and you can buy the physical books from Rightstuf, Barnes and Noble or other places that has books. UK Fans can enjoy more anime from Funimation because they will be getting the anime Hunter X Hunter (2011). Funimation UK will have all episodes for English dubbed and subbed. Last but not least, if you have a Nintendo Switch and you have the online pass, gamers can experience the chance to play Donkey Kong Country on the Switch’s SNES. This game was developed by Rare, a company who is well-known for iconic, versatile games such as DK Country series and the 64 game, Conker’s Bad Fur Day, Golden Eye, and Banjo-Kazooie. Currently, Rare is owned by Microsoft.

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Let’s do this! Don’t worry, this post isn’t a cake.

As a way to celebrate the belated birthday of SpongeBob SquarePants, which was on July 14th, hear are some catchy cartoon songs from the show. Happy Birthday SpongeBob!

Happy birthday SpongeBob and thank you Stephen Hilenburg.

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