This Can't Be Life: A Real-Life 'Krusty Krab' Is Being Built In Palestine's West Bank (Photos)

Krusty Krab, the restaurant made famous by "SpongeBob SquarePants," is getting a real-life location. The good news is it's not under the sea, so humans will be able to be patrons. The bad news is it's in the West Bank in Palestine.

I'm psyched that such an iconic cartoon restaurant is making its way into the real world. I'm glad the owners seem to be doing everything in their power to recreate it as faithfully as possible. But come on, the West Bank? Really?

Who's going to eat Krabby patties in a goddamn war zone? This is the last place a Krusty Krab should be. OK, maybe there are like two other places on the face of the earth that could be worse. But this is definitely in the top three. I mean, how is this not being built in the good ol' US of A as we speak?

Anyway, SpongeBob-themed rants aside, the restaurant looks pretty great. Check out the pics below.

 

H/T: International Business Times