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"I didn't know a human could make those noises"....Yes, Mark humans in fact make many bizarre noises. 

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17 Modern Seinfeld Tweets That Could Actually Be Great Episodes

These would actually work as worthwhile, entertaining Seinfeld episodes. Let's give it a go...

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17 Hilarious Seinfeld Plots If It Was Set In The Modern Day

This hilarious novelty twitter account theorizes what Seinfeld would cover if it was created today.

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Guy Trolling Friends With Seinfeld Door Sensor Wins The Internet For Us Today

Gotta give Evan the credit that he damn well deserves, but at the same time....it's highly unlikely that this is gonna work out for these roommates. 

Guy trolls friends with a prank door sensor inspired by Seinfeld.
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George Costanza Storms Twitter After Finding His Mannequin Doppelgänger

You've gotta give Seinfeld's Jason Alexander a break here: that shit looks just the show's George Costanza. Apparently life truly does emulate Seinfeld, and we're totally okay with that; but also that mannequin is kinda creepy AF.

Seinfeld's George Costanza got on Twitter to hilariously complain about his mannequin doppelganger.
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18 Pretty Cool Facts You Should Know About Seinfeld

Seinfeld had an absolutely legendary run and still stands as the greatest sitcom of all time. Here's 18 facts about the series. 

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sienfeld advice Trolled Advice Columnist Wraps Up an Episode of Seinfeld in One Paragraph
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An unknown prankster sent in the plot of a two-part Seinfeld episode to the advice columnist Amy Dickenson. The episode in question is called "The Boyfriend" and just as the prankster writes, it deals with Jerry meeting his sports idol who then goes on to date Elaine. 

Amy answered as if it was any other question with a short paragraph that offers solid advice and would have probably cut the end of the episode very short.

She admits on her own website that she missed the joke but she seems pretty good humored about it:

Every once in awhile, I get punked by a villainous, fun-loving reader. I have some affection for these episodes because I often think that if I didn’t actually have a job, punking advice columnists is exactly what I would do with my time. But alas I do have a job and so I am left with the task of sharing my humiliation, as well as trying to enjoy readers’ reactions.


Here's the beginning of the episode in question:

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But seriously, is he going to have to pay to fix that? 

Now that Hulu has ever single episode of Seinfeld streaming on its plus service, everyone has ample time to practice that patented Cosmo Kramer slide. 

This dude has no excuse. 

How many episodes have you watched so far? Did you start from the beginning or are you working your way backward like some kind of weirdo?
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If Seinfeld taught us ANYTHING it's how to have a bad relationship. And, the king of terrible relationships, and breakups, is George MOTHERF**KING Costanza. He ruined the "it's not you, it's me" routine for the rest of us. Thanks George, you ass.