But for those only just growing up at the time, despite binging on the popular sitcom almost every day, many people won't have understood a lot of the innuendos and references (although I have to admit The Contest DID go over my head). While each character had their own quirks and personality, the jewell in the crown for avid followers was George Costanza. As a loveable loser, who never shied away from just saying it like it is (even if it means belittling his own life in the process), we all fell in love with George a little bit. And frankly, we can all learn a lot from his teachings.
I mean, the only reason I get out of bed is to get the daily news
I’m much more comfortable criticizing people behind their backs
Especially if it’s the opposite of what you’d normally do
Might I suggest making a cool nap fort underneath your desk?
It’s a pleasure
I like sports, maybe there’s something I can do in that? You know, I’m always making those great comments during baseball games
And remember, it’s not a lie if you truly believe it
They’ll appreciate the effort…
If every instinct you have is wrong, the opposite has to be right
It’s simply science
And always know where the bathroom is.
If you look angry all the time, people thing you’re busy
And never cheap out on envelopes. Lesson learned
Just consider being alone as ‘The Summer Of George’