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

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    AlbertJMan8

    [41]Apr 4, 2008
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    I use Kramer's "Giddy-up!" whenever I'm ready to leave somewhere with a bunch of people. I also use it when people in front of me are walking really slow.

    Also, when people ask "Where are we?", I say "Earth."

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    pashotshot

    [42]Apr 5, 2008
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    All of that dialogue is funny.
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    smithy92

    [43]Apr 5, 2008
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    I try to get a moment for "You're sooo good lookin'"
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    pashotshot

    [44]Apr 5, 2008
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    Ha, ha, I remember that real well.
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    AlbertJMan8

    [45]Apr 6, 2008
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    Oh, yeah... I also use "These pretzels are making me thirsty." whenever im eating pretzels or just thirsty.

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    pashotshot

    [46]Apr 7, 2008
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    I've heard that before. In fact, there's hardly a Seinfeld dialogue I haven't heard.
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    taytaos

    [47]Apr 12, 2008
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    i've used yada yada yada, hellooooooo!!!!!!!, yo yo ma, and other sayings and dialogue

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    Coal_Harbour

    [48]Apr 15, 2008
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    I like to use variations on the line that Jerry says to Kramer in "The Latvian Orthodox", when Kramer's causing a bad smell in the apartment building with the garlic around his neck.

    "You're funkifying the whole building."

    There's also this men's clothing store called Moores that I refer to as Moops, the misprint on the Trivial pursuit card that George insists is the correct answer to the question "Which group invaded Spain in the 11th Century? Moores is the correct answer, but the card says Moops. It's an actual misprint that can be found on that very card in any Trivial Pursit game.

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    marti24

    [49]Apr 15, 2008
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    I say "Hellooooo" when I answer the phone, and "Gimme something I can use here" when I'm about to hear a good piece of gossip.

    Also, "serenity now" almost on a daily basis

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    seriousguy_08

    [50]Apr 17, 2008
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    A freind of mine and I will text Seinfeld dialogue throughout the day, qouting Seinfeld lines such as "you're not Penske material" and "of coarse you are aware....." and "i'm an architect"

    I refer to the "world's theory" the episode when George is divided b/w independent and realtionship George causing worlds to collide, to describe my work and personal life. And I've even refered to the name "Art Vandelay" before.

    the funny thing is, no one at my office gets it when I use Seinfeld lines.

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    peas_and_corn

    [51]Apr 27, 2008
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    "What is the deal with my kidney deficit?"

    [damn, I gave away the answer to my true or false]

    Edited on 04/26/2008 11:12pm
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    gggroupie

    [52]Apr 30, 2008
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    I would say I think of the quotes more than I say them, but my favorite ones are: No more soup for you....NEXT!; Get OUTTA Here (Elaine pushing someone as she says it); And you want to be my latex salesman.
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    whoaitsconner

    [53]May 3, 2008
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    Lately my family has been doing "The Betrayal" dialogue when we eat food. "Chef Recommends... Tastes a little funky."
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    sscheelke

    [54]May 5, 2008
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    That's a shame
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    Ondkloss

    [55]May 27, 2008
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    I don't do alot of exact quoting, but I like bragging about good parking spots just like George. I guess that has to count for something. Haven't gotten any people diving to their demise on top of my car yet though.
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    leme009

    [56]Jul 2, 2008
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    "No soup for you" anytime my husband wants something i do not have or he does not diserve hehe.

    Re-gifter

    You are sooooo goodlooking

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    hams_mac

    [57]Jul 2, 2008
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    I do a lot of quoting of many shows and movies. Seinfeld is probably the top, followed by Jurassic Park (though opportunities are rare for those quotes!)

    My Seinfeld quotes I use a lot are:
    * "Good luck with aaaaaaall that!"
    * "Not that there's anything wrong with that."
    * "I don't wanna be a pirate!" replace pirate with whatever works in context.
    * "We were stranded and we didn't need to be." From American Express Webisode with Superman, replace stranded with whatever situation applies.
    * "Who is this?" anytime someone gives a long speech on the phone right after I answer hello.
    * Kramer's "Oh, I wanna be a pirate." replacing pirate with whatever they say I look like.
    * "Maybe the dingo ate your baby."

    A funny one between my sister and me is the cookie liquification. If we get in an argument about cans and cannots, it always turns into, "You can liquify a cookie!" "Cookies don't liquify!"
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    sienster

    [58]Jul 2, 2008
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    I beg to differ, I bet cookies liquify. Have you ever seen "Will it blend" on youtube? They've even blended marbles into a fine powder! My guess is that the heat generated from the blender would liquify cookies.

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=3OmpnfL5PCw

    Edited on 07/02/2008 1:41pm
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    goldenagenick24

    [59]Jul 9, 2008
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    For a year my answering machine was:believe it or not _____ inserting my last name" and so on for it.I thought it was hilarious but most people didn't get it.They thought it was really original until I said it's from seinfeld
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    sienster

    [60]Jul 9, 2008
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    Did you sing it or just say it? Pretty funny though : )
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