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What "Seinfeld" dialogue do you use (or try to use) in real life?

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    Heitz669

    [21]Jan 26, 2008
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    I like to use "It's not a lie if you believe it."
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    ClicheSktr77

    [22]Jan 30, 2008
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    of course, the greatest one to use is the whole:

    Telemarketer: Hi, would you be interested in switching over to TMI long distance service.
    Jerry: Oh, gee, I can't talk right now. Why don't you give me your home number and I'll call you later.
    Telemarketer: Uh, I'm sorry we're not allowed to do that.
    Jerry: Oh, I guess you don't want people calling you at home.
    Telemarketer: No.
    Jerry: Well now you know how I feel.

    I use it all the time.. it's quite fun!

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    pashotshot

    [23]Feb 2, 2008
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    I like the Yadda, yadda, yadda part, the Helloooooooooo part, and some of Jerry's stand-up comedy stuff.
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    martelli9

    [24]Feb 5, 2008
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    It's not really dialogue, but whenever I watched the Giants games this season, I thought of that scene in the Secret Code when Jerry ditches George and Peterman..."It's fourth and inches, and the Giants are going for it! You've gotta love sports!" (Then Jerry pumps his fist)
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    sienster

    [25]Feb 5, 2008
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    martelli9 wrote:
    It's not really dialogue, but whenever I watched the Giants games this season, I thought of that scene in the Secret Code when Jerry ditches George and Peterman..."It's fourth and inches, and the Giants are going for it! You've gotta love sports!" (Then Jerry pumps his fist)


    Ha Ha! So appropriate, given the circumstances from the Superbowl. I'm so glad the G-men won!
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    martelli9

    [26]Feb 6, 2008
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    sienster wrote:
    martelli9 wrote:
    It's not really dialogue, but whenever I watched the Giants games this season, I thought of that scene in the Secret Code when Jerry ditches George and Peterman..."It's fourth and inches, and the Giants are going for it! You've gotta love sports!" (Then Jerry pumps his fist)
    Ha Ha! So appropriate, given the circumstances from the Superbowl. I'm so glad the G-men won!

    Absolutely. What a game, and what a victory. I think I said the "fourth and inches" line when Jacobs gained the yard on 4th and 1 during that big drive for the Giants, lol.

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    pashotshot

    [27]Feb 6, 2008
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    Finally, the New England team is out of perfection.
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    luvthesein

    [28]Feb 7, 2008
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    HELLLOOOOO! I can't walk into a room without saying hello that way - LOL!
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    pashotshot

    [29]Feb 8, 2008
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    I'm getting into it, too.
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    crazyinluv

    [30]Feb 9, 2008
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    ClicheSktr77 wrote:

    of course, the greatest one to use is the whole:

    Telemarketer: Hi, would you be interested in switching over to TMI long distance service.
    Jerry: Oh, gee, I can't talk right now. Why don't you give me your home number and I'll call you later.
    Telemarketer: Uh, I'm sorry we're not allowed to do that.
    Jerry: Oh, I guess you don't want people calling you at home.
    Telemarketer: No.
    Jerry: Well now you know how I feel.

    I use it all the time.. it's quite fun!

    I Loved this dialogue!

    I've never really used it tho, but I have used "its not a lie if u really believe in it", infact I used to say the same thing b4 I had actually started watchin Seinfeld. (not the same wording ofcourse)

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    pashotshot

    [31]Feb 10, 2008
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    I just got off an episode where Kramer is wanting a better cable for his television, and he calls Jerry Seinfeld, "Cable Boy."
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    stellarchick86

    [32]Feb 12, 2008
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    I say yada yada yada and 'regifter' (alot of people think that came from seinfeld). I say 'Hellooooo' and 'thats a shame' to my brother and parents as a joke but I dont use it in everyday convo.
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    pashotshot

    [33]Feb 18, 2008
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    My Seinfeld dialogue isn't an everyday thing, either.
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    jacobsaunders93

    [34]Feb 24, 2008
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    I use or try to use "Thaaaats ashame". Something like What could possibly happen (From the Handicap Spot). I also try to use "Your so good lookin" when someone sneezes.
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    pashotshot

    [35]Mar 19, 2008
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    luvthesein wrote:
    HELLLOOOOO! I can't walk into a room without saying hello that way - LOL!

    Neither can I. Hellooooooooooooooooooooo!
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    pashotshot

    [36]Mar 26, 2008
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    I've always wanted to do Geroge Costanza's way of saying to please leave a message on the phone machine.
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    Re-gifter

    [37]Mar 28, 2008
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    I use "re-gifter". Yes, I am a "re-gifter"!

    Also use "he's a male bimbo, he's a Mimbo."

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    Interrobang2rd

    [38]Mar 31, 2008
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    Whenever a necessary situation arives, I will use dialougue from Seinfeld.

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    pashotshot

    [39]Apr 3, 2008
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    Same here.
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    ceosmom

    [40]Apr 4, 2008
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    My husband and I often discuss his need for a "manzier" or "bro", lol. He'll sometimes refer to a student he despises as a "Cantstanzya", like George's old gym teacher did.

    From the contest: "...and then...there were three", usually when the four of us are playing a game during a car trip, and someone gets eliminated.

    I often throw up my hands and say "SERENITY NOW" when the family is on my nerves. It's a good stress-reliever.

    My 12 year old daughter has perfected saying, "maybe the dingo ate your baby".

    Edited on 04/04/2008 9:41am
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