We have all heard of that great American sitcom that was insanely popular in the 90’s. That show was called Seinfeld. If you haven’t heard of Seinfeld, then you may want to consider digging yourself out of that giant hole you’ve been living in for the past 15 years.
There was Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer, usually all lingering in Apartment 5A on 129 West 81st in New York. Sarcastic comments, entertaining distractions and joke material created from the misery of people’s lives, neurosis, self loathing, domination from parents, serial dating, hair that smelled like body odour, eccentric body movements, shallow outlooks, and indifference were all the dynamic personalities we would see in the show.
I think I may be accurate when I say that Seinfeld is a show that you either love, hate, or love and hate at the same time. Correct?
I had the opportunity to sit down with an individual who does not fall under any of those categories. I wouldn’t say he is completely obsessed, addicted or a creepy fanatic of Seinfeld, I would say that he is THE number one fan who genuinely appreciates the idea of the show, even after it has been off the air for 10 years.
Now you may think that this individual collects Superman dolls, wears sweater vests, bright white running shoes with relaxed fit jeans and has a singing voicemail. To your surprise, he is completely opposite!
This individual is 22, born and raised in Vancouver, a sports nut (like Jerry), a student at SFU studying economics, a basketball coach for grade 8 boys, is fluent in English and Spanish, won a grade 12 talent show by ripping phone books and juggling golf balls with a golf club, enjoys fondue, and sometimes wears white pants.
This mystery man has created a Twitter account called, @Seinfeld_Quotes a little over 5 months ago. He found himself constantly quoting Seinfeld in his day to day life and decided to share it with the Twitter world. He not only wanted to share his over-dose of love for the show with Twitter, he wanted to essentially “bring Seinfeld back”. In a literal sense, that may not be possible. So instead, he has created this Twitter account to remind people that even though we sometimes have our “boring” and regular daily routines, finding the hilarity in all the small things in life could allow those “boring” and regular daily routines, to become just a little more awesome.
Even if you’re not a Seinfeld fan, and you’re interested in reading tweets to brighten your day, follow @Seinfeld_Quotes for tweets about nothing, and help bring Seinfeld back!
Also, @Seinfeld_Quotes is trending #SeinTrivia. For people who do know a lot about the show, whoever gets the #SeinTrivia answer correct, they get a follow from @Seinfeld_Quotes!