The picture of a lady at the groove is making rounds on social media and this lady in the picture is the talk of the town. This comes after people on Twitter noticed something very strange about this lady. Many people believe that as a person grows there be some changes. If you are above 20 some people give you a weird look when you love cartoons.
In the picture, it can be seen that this lady is out and having fun with other friends. All of a sudden, people gave this lady a strange look after they noticed that out of all the things she could have worn knowing that she is going out with friends, but she chose to wear Sponge Bob underwear. Twitter users have hopped into the comment section and shared how they feel about an old woman wearing Sponge Bob underwear when going out with friends "Of you state at as**s sponge bob stares back at it" said " a Twitter user who found this strange. "She should have worn some square pants" jokingly said another Twitter user.
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