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Serenity now!Explanation George's father adopts this mantra for an episode to use whenever he is annoyed. It doesn't work.
NO TROPE FOR YOU! Explanation The Soup Nazi and his cry of "NO SOUP FOR YOU!" became a massive snowclone meme, recognisable even by those who had never even heard of Seinfeld.
Yadda, yadda, yadda... Explanation Inserting "yadda yadda" is a common tactic for shortening a story, either due to attempts at concealment or simple lack of interest.
Shrinkage. Explanation The Unusual Euphemism for a penis shrinking in size when cold.
I was in the pool!
These examples are making me thirsty. Explanation Kramer once had a brief experiencing at acting with the sole line "These pretzels are making me thirsty", which became a Running Gag throughout the episode.
But at least he's the master of his domain. Explanation One episode was spent on a contest between the main characters on who could go the longest without masturbating, and not once was the word "masturbation" used, prompting an enormous amount of Unusual Euphemisms, this being the most popular.
But is he spongeworthy? Explanation The contraception device Elaine uses is no longer produced, prompting her to hoard them and have far higher standards as to whether she has sex with someone due to limited supply.
Hello ... Newman! Explanation Jerry has this reaction whenever he encounters his Sitcom Arch-Nemesis.
Vandelay Industries. ("And you want to be my latex salesman.") Explanation George invented Vandelay Industries whenever he wanted to impress someone. In fact he invented and researched an entire alternate persona, Art Vanderlay whom was an architect. Moe's, a mexican restaurant chain still has a meal named the Art Vanderlay.