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Yada, Yada, Yada : The Seinfeld Lexicon
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Everybody has heard someone make a Seinfeld reference. Isn't it remarkable how a show that aired over twenty years ago is still part of someone's vernacular? Of course, Seinfeld is still very popular despite the fact the last original episode aired over twenty years ago. As well as the ongoing success of syndicated Seinfeld reruns that continue to air, the popularity of Seinfeld games, trivia-nights, and even Seinfeld-themed events hosted by sports teams is further evidence of the success of the series. Clearly, it's more than nostalgia; it's pure love, and the love of Seinfeld causes people to make reference to words, phrases, characters, sentences, and situations that they have seen on Seinfeld. Non-Seinfeld fans are often left scratching their heads as to the meaning of these references. Master of your domain? What is the "domain" you are "master" of? What does "going downtown" mean? Is it related to the Petula Clark song Downtown, and how is that a reference to not knowing a task assigned by your boss? Is it effeminate for men to use the gentle cycle? Is the phrase "Yada, yada, yada," just used to be succinct or can it be used to cover up bad behaviour?Like Jon Voight's toothmarks on Kramer's forearm, the Seinfeld lexicon is deep and long-lasting. This collection has over four-thousand examples of words and phrases that were revealed as a part of Seinfeld, and are still part of a vernacular used by Seinfeld fans worldwide.Sit down, decompress (try not to decompose), strip yourself to the waist, and then devour a block of cheese the size of a car battery while you enjoy the wonderful lexicon of Seinfeld.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781092124973
  • ISBN-10: 1092124977
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publish Date: October 2019
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.69 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.98 pounds
  • Page Count: 332

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