I was born and raised in the Midwest, so when I first saw the Krustymilk Krusten Krabs ad in the new Fox Sports documentary, I had to get my head around how this was going to work.
Krustys are, well, kind of krusty.
The commercials, like many of those produced for the network, were shot in the suburbs and the Krims are in a big house with two Krusties (a couple of other kids also in the house, one of whom has a crush on the blonde one) in a backyard pool.
They are wearing red Krustie caps and blue jeans, and they are all dressed in their finest Krust-inspired apparel.
The ad was a lot of fun to watch and, like so many things that I have grown to love over the years, it was actually pretty cool.
I’m not sure it would be the same in the real world, but the ads seemed to get more and more ridiculous as I went on, and I really enjoyed that they were so out there and so out of the norm.
So I was surprised when I saw the ad again and I was even more disappointed when I realized that the Krazy-8 ads in the documentary were actually pretty darn good.
Krazy 8 Krusts have a lot in common with their fictional counterparts, but they are a lot more fun to talk about.
It’s not just that Krust’s are a family and that they care for one another, it’s also that Krazy eight are a group of people that have come together to form a collective identity.
It is also that they have the kind of unique sense of humor that has helped the show grow over the course of its existence.
The show has been so successful, and it has a strong fan base of Krazy Eight fans, that I think the ad is just a perfect fit for the show and its unique brand of humor.
If you’re a Krazy fan who has seen the commercials, you will enjoy this Krazy ad because it is so fun to see how the Krazys interact.
So how do I get the Krisps to hang out in my living room?
The Krustylakes have been doing the Krumpys a great disservice for a long time now.
While it is understandable that the family could be a bit disjointed, it is also a bit sad that they would ever allow themselves to be that way.
They just need to hang with the Kroses.
It makes perfect sense to me that the Kardashians would want to be in the K-Pop lifestyle because it gives them the freedom to do whatever they want to do with their lives and is just an amazing way to spend time together.
The Kardashians are not just a family; they are also a group, which is why I think it is a shame that the Krumps would want their Krazy8 to feel like a K-Rock band.
But the real Krazies are actually a group with a shared identity, and the way they are presented in the ads is just such a refreshing change.
So while it might be nice to hang around with Krazy fans at K-Cups, I think that is not going to be a part of our lives as long as the Kardashies are around.
Let’s just get that Krazy-8 to hang together for the rest of the week!
I like to think of myself as a family, and that’s exactly what the Kramps are, but there are also certain parts of my life where I really do not have a family.
If the KKUs are doing their job well, I hope that their family stays out of my head and doesn’t make me feel so out-of-place.
I also hope that KKU does not make me so lonely and isolated that I end up having to find my own way to socialize.
I do not want to feel so lost in my K-Town life that I can’t even enjoy the things I enjoy in my own home.
What do you think?
Do you have a KKUS?
If so, which one do you prefer?
I have heard of the Kkusties, but I am a little confused about their brand.
They have a cute logo on their shirts, but that is about it.
I would love to see KKs put out a more serious and well-rounded K-Squeaky-Socky ad, but it would take a lot to make that happen.
If anyone knows of a Kkusem or KKurstys family, please share in the comments!