These Pretzels are Making me Thirsty: 7 Life Lessons from George Costanza

George Costanza (of the sitcom, Seinfeld, played by Jason Alexander – and if you didn’t know that, I’m a little sad for you) is arguably definitely one of the best characters to grace our television screens.

Okay, I know that using the word grace and George Costanza in the same sentence is a bit overreaching.

But, somehow, Jason Alexander managed to make George, the neurotic, selfish, man-child into a can’t-miss character. So, without further ado, 7 important lessons we learned from George.

1) On perception from others:
“Leave on a high note.”
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2) On the art of the con:
“It’s not a lie if you believe it.”

3) On avoiding more responsibility:
“When you look annoyed all the time, people think you’re busy.”

4) On motivation:
“I love a good nap. Sometimes it’s the only thing getting me outta bed in the morning.”

5) On mustaches:
“I feel like an out-of-work porn star.”

6) On gratitude:
“Do you ever get down on your knees and thank God that you know me and have access to my dementia?” (here’s looking at you, Bacon)
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7) On perspective:
If you take everything I’ve accomplished in my life and condense it down to one day…it looks decent.

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Bacon: Turkeys. Go. 

3 thoughts on “These Pretzels are Making me Thirsty: 7 Life Lessons from George Costanza

    • Oleander says:

      I’d say that it means you have impeccable taste. Although it’s, perhaps, slightly weird that you have used our names to identify yourself. But, they say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery… 😉 Thanks for reading!

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