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

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    pashotshot

    [81]Oct 26, 2008
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    Hey, and I might even try that quote used in the Seinfeld Chronicles: "You know that button is in the worst possible spot."
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    andy72685

    [82]Oct 27, 2008
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    Oooooohhhh...Right, right, right, right.

    Love that one also I"M IN MY OFFICE! HEHEHE

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    pashotshot

    [83]Oct 30, 2008
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    I heard both of them on the clip show.
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    TomBosley11

    [84]Nov 28, 2008
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    All of it! I quote everything!
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    OnePerCentClub

    [85]Jan 15, 2009
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    Ah that's a shame...

    Hello?... Who is this?

    and my favorite...

    SERENITY NOW!

    I use this one after arguing with a guest
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    pashotshot

    [86]Jan 16, 2009
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    I'm sure some of them have heard that quote before!
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    WispyNips

    [87]Jan 30, 2009
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    ratlover15 wrote:
    "Heloooooooo" XD


    I love the voice! Heloooooooooooooo! lalala!
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    mp34mp

    [88]Feb 2, 2009
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    Whenever me and a buddy have a physical task to do, like say tear down a door or a really daunting task to do, I'll say, " (insert task) ? Not us, but two men could!" lol I always loved that line about George asking Jerry if he wanted to build a log cabin.
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    BMac39

    [89]Feb 3, 2009
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    HELLO , LaLaLa

    No Soup For You !

    When Krammer runs into Jerry's bathroom while Jerry was in the shower to tell him he was going to Walden's Books and Jerry yelled.... "Get Out ! I don't want to live like this . "

    Giddyup

    Edited on 02/03/2009 5:09am
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    patty_h

    [90]Feb 21, 2009
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    Sometimes, for no appearent reason, I just start singing "Believe it or not, George isn´t at home. Please leave a message at the beep. I must be out or I´ll pick up the phone. Where could I be?".
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    pashotshot

    [91]Feb 27, 2009
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    I'm just about hooked on the "yada, yada, yada," but I like doing, "She's bald!"
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    PiperAmy

    [92]Mar 4, 2009
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    Heitz669 wrote:
    I like to use "It's not a lie if you believe it."

    That is one of the best and I try to use when I can.

    I also love to use "That sounds about right" from episode 916. The dialogue is:

    Elaine: Well, I'm going to hell.
    Jerry: That sounds about right.

    And:

    Cosmo Kramer: Well, I've got gonorrhea.
    Elaine: That sounds about right.

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    TV-Tome-Vits

    [93]Mar 6, 2009
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    I don't use especific quotes,but I sure talk exactly like Jerry and George/Larry David.
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    patty_h

    [94]Mar 6, 2009
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    pashotshot wrote:
    I'm just about hooked on the "yada, yada, yada,"


    How could have I forgotten the "yada, yada, yada"? Just perfect.
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    pashotshot

    [96]Apr 4, 2009
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    I'm using it everywhere I go. For example: "So, I went to the kitchen, ate my dinner, and yada, yada, yada, I'm having dessert."
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    ZeeBigTourist

    [97]Apr 19, 2009
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    "How long have you been waiting to squeeze that into conversation?"

    "No soup for you!"

    and of course,

    "Serenity now!"

    Seinfeld is unsurpassed. The best ALL TIME TV series. No doubt about it.

    When I'm not in my element a dose of Seinfeld always works for me.

    thanks much,

    ZBT

    ZeeBigTourist

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    lemontree90

    [98]Apr 25, 2009
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    Different variations on "its very refreshing" from Kramer in the junior mint and George in the hamptons.

    Elaine-esque comments upon leaving a room; "well this has been fascinating but..." "Alright, thats just about enough of this for me.." I also like how she enters a room and goes instantly into a rant about something without saying hello. And i never use this one but love it "No, no its fascinating, fascinating... tell you what, why don't you tape the 'pigmen and the women who love them discussion,' and i'll listen to it the next time i'm here... i've gotta go find a moyle."

    "What does he do?....He's an importer .... Just imports? No exports?..... Alright he's an importer/exporter"

    I like all the little character catchphrases: "that's a shame" "giddyup" "Haw haw haw!!!" "Get Out!" and george's "Baby"s.

    George's girlfriend leaves him after elaine has revealed that he made a big deal about paying for the big salad despite the gf giving elaine the bag, he enters jerry'sapartment, displeased "Well well well. I'M NOT TREATIN' YOU TO LUNCH, ANYMORE!"

    Often say to friends and roommates.. "you two...keep an eye on each other?" when leaving them alone.

    "not that theres anything wrong with that"

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    chalidon1881

    [99]Apr 28, 2009
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    When don't I; this show has been in my vocab for so long I don't even realize when I use it anymore. If I had to choose it would be...Yada Yada Yada. "My daughter just yadad her way through why she got punished in school, you can't yada the troublemaking." and of course "Who is this?" (Jerry on the phone) all the time, when relevant.
    Edited on 04/28/2009 1:19pm
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    vysethethird

    [100]Sep 4, 2009
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    Damn, that is how my mom is when i say next and a day that isn't the current day.
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