Weekly Link Love – Seinfeld is Amazing

| November 10, 2012 | 29 Comments

So me and the BF have been getting back into Seinfeld. We’ve both seen every episode multiple times, since we both watched it every week with our parents when it aired on TV. It’s been a while since we ever re-watched episodes, but I’m telling you, if you are stumped to find something to watch, go back to Seinfeld! Every f***ing episode is like “Oh the muffin top episode!”, “Oh the bubble boy episode!”, “Oh the chest shaving episode!”. I swear, every episode is so brilliantly written, the fashions are hilarious (the puffiest of shirts, and what’s with the light jeans and white sneakers combo all the time Jerry?), and there are at least three classic quotes per episode. Anywho, if you are in need of some good TV for this long weekend, as I’m predicting it will either be raining or snowing where you live (at least if you live in Canada), you will not regret time traveling to the 90s to visit Kramer, Jerry, Elaine and George.

Now, on to link love! Some amazing posts this week, which I’ve read but haven’t had too much time to comment on (forgive me!). If you are also in need of some good long weekend reading, I suggest checking out some of these great posts:

Beauty Discrimination by Liquid Independence

Home Security On a Budget: 4 Alternative Methods of Protection by Making Sense of Cents

Saving Money by Making Homemade by Modest Money

Debt Aversion Does Not Equal Gold-Digging by Money After Graduation

The 25 Year Growth of Average Wages by Savvy Scot

What is the Fiscal Cliff and Why Should Canada Care? by Thirty Six Months

Have a great long weekend everyone, and don’t forget to remember!

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  1. Michelle says:

    Thanks for the mention! Have a great weekend girl!

  2. Modest Money says:

    That’s so true that every Seinfeld episode is classic. It’s been a while since I’ve watched any episodes though. I’m too far behind on my other favorite shows to be watching reruns. Enjoy your long weekend :)

  3. OutlierModel says:

    I was more of a Friends fan in the 90’s, but maybe I’ll go back and watch some Seinfeld. I have Jeremy’s problem though, I prioritize my current shows!

  4. Wow, you’ve read a LOT! I could never get into Seinfeld. Except for that No soup for you episode. lol. Thanks for the mention! :)

  5. Thanks for the mention – some of the old Seinfelds are OK but do you ever watch Curb YOur Enthusiam? – it is not for most people (kind of rough humour).

  6. Seinfeld is one of the best shows ever. I never did care for Jerry himself, but George, Elaine and Kramer made the show. Kramer living in his shower, the soup Nazi, nearly every episode was a classic.
    The series reminds me of drivers ed, because I nearly missed the last episode and didn’t want to record it on the VCR, anyone remember those?

  7. My family loves Seinfeld. It’s kindof ridiculous, actually.

    Thanks for including our post! =)

  8. Liquid_Independence says:

    I can’t say I’m a big fan of Seinfeld myself, but I’m with groceryalerts’ on Curb Your Enthusiasm. It’s made by the same co-creator of Seinfeld and is full of funny, ironic, and awkward situations, but it can be a little crude at times. I’ve heard “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” is another great one to check out if you like Seinfeld. Thanks for the mention.

  9. Jordann says:

    Hey thanks for the mention! I’ve been through the Seinfeld series once, and I really like it! We’re planning on running through the series again sometime in the future.

  10. JennaL says:

    Thank you for the link love, Mo’. Mucho appreciated! Seinfeld is a definite classic that I will need to revisit. It is one of those ‘timeless’ shows—consistently funny and brilliant. :)

  11. I admit, I don’t show my love to my family as often as I should. There will be some catching up to do this upcoming Thanksgiving.

  12. CanadianBudgetBinder says:

    Sorry for your loss as I know what it’s like to lose someone very close but at a very young age. I don’t tend to talk about it but you always remember the good times. I often say you only live once, you have one shot at life, enjoy it, live and love for at any moment, it can all be taken away. Mr.CBB

  13. I LOVE Seinfeld. I don’t watch it all the time, but every few weeks I catch a rerun. It never stops being funny, and I never get tired of the episodes!!

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