This is a post about nothing.
Remember, your result is not a lie...if you believe it.
You spend 40 hours a week together. You don't even spend that much time with your mother!
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"It's not a lie if you believe it."
The weirdest part of your day is brought to you by some pretty magnificent editing.
Melbourne, it's time to celebrate the Summer of George.
Or did he enact a double-dip loophole, that technically allows you to double-dip if you second dip an untouched chip corner?
There's a little George in all of us.
There was... touching. And rubbing.
Let's see if you're more of a George Costanza or Kimmy Gibbler.
Do you wanna be a pirate?
"Remember, Jerry: It's not a lie if you believe it."
"Yada yada yada" is not an option.
The Lord of the Idiots has provided so many.
Everyone has a little George Costanza in them.
Not that there's anything wrong with that.
Plus 10 signs you might be a spinster, if cats had profiles on OkCupid, and why you shouldn't shoot down federal drones.
Plus 10 great songs by unlikable singers, a school of journalism named after Ron Burgundy, and an ode to the late Blockbuster.
"Do you know Purina Chow?"
It's called "The Pretty, Pretty, Pretty Good Dress" and it's pretty, pretty, pretty awesome.
I take it back. George is the most relatable person on Seinfeld.
Artist Erin Bernas Pearce ordered custom-made George Costanza print fabric, then hand-sewed a lovely party dress for New Year's. I would strangle at least 20 puppies for this.
Google Wallet gets its first customer. (via gotchamediablog.com)
Jerry Stiller (who played George Costanza's father on Seinfeld) goes to visit the Costanza House in Astoria and pays the residents a surprise visit.
Seinfeld the way you've always wanted to see it - as a tear-jerking made-for-TV movie.
We always knew it, but here's definitive proof that George Costanza was a consummate hipster.