Which Seinfeld series catchphrase/s do you regularly or occasionally use ?

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  1. George Lee

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    I'm sure these aren't the exact quotes, but....

    "The dingo ate her baby"

    After someone sneezes, "You're so good looking"
     
  2. Seth--L

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    "Yaddi yadda" is quite useful.
     
  3. Michael Ballack

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    "Did your mommy lay your panties out for you"

    J/k. [​IMG]
     
  4. Scott Merryfield

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    "They're real, and they're spectacular".

    "She's a low talker" when someone mumbles.
     
  5. RossH

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    "Well, good luck with all THAT." - when wrapping up a phone conversation, or if there's an awkward pause

    "Why don't you just tell me the name of the movie you would like to see?" - when navigating phone menus while on speakerphone and hit a wrong button

    "Well pack your bags, we're goin' to 'see the baby'!" - when I'm sarcastic about having to go somewhere I'd rather not

    I'm sure there's more, although I tend to quote "Office Space" and The Simpsons more frequently.
     
  6. WillG

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    "Mr. Marbles?!!!"
     
  7. MishaLauenstein

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    "Hi Schmoopie"

    "And I'm an Architect"

    When I went to see Jerry Seinfeld in concert and people started giving him the standing ovation I sat back for a few seconds, looked around and said out loud, "Oh, are we doing this?" and 'reluctantly' got to my feet. Of course I was the only one aware of my hilarious antics.

    When I'm waiting in a restaurant for my table, every time the Maitre d' says someone's name, I follow it up with, "Cartwright? Cartwright?"

    My TV Guide comes in the name of Art Vandelay. Take THAT Identity Thieves!
     
  8. Carlos Garcia

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    Ask the 8 Ball!
     
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    "My TV Guide comes in the name of Art Vandelay. Take THAT Identity Thieves!"

    Might have worked better if it was in George's fathers name. [​IMG]
     
  11. Colin Jacobson

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    Hey, thanks for the great threadcrap!

    Why would someone who hates Seinfeld come onto a thread that clearly is for fans of the show?
     
  12. Claude North

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    Two of my faves are, "Lately, my brain has been...not good," and "I don't like jewelry on men."

    Also, I have a tendency to sing, "Get well, get well soon, we want you to get well" at random moments.

    And, back in the days when I worked, I often said, "I had to take a sick day, I'm so sick of those people!"
     
  13. Christian Preischl

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    Well, being a DVD fan, obviously the expression I use the most is "double-dipping". [​IMG]

    Chris
     

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