Seinfeld , undoubtedly, is one of the best sitcoms to hit the television screen in the 90s. It employed wit and humour to gift us with one of the best shows ever. From script-writing to acting, he did it all to perfection. The opening skit before every episode for the first few seasons was innovative and well, funny because all said and done the man is a comic genius. Kramer is like that one friend we all have who frustrates us most of the time, but we adore him anyway. Add to that his crazy business ideas and brutal honesty, he is not the ideal friend.
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Summer is here, and for the Locke family that means one thing; traveling. Not fancy-pants, resort vacation traveling, mind you. Especially when you have three kids under the age of So sit back, grab a drank preferably a boozy one and learn from my mistakes. Apparently you CAN mommy shame someone while still driving a car at 65 miles-per-hour. Who knew? Thanks, lady-who-gave-me-stank-face for yelling at my fighting kids, you sure showed me!
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You can help confirm this entry by contributing facts, media, and other evidence of notability and mutation. Online , the phrase is often used in the context of message boards and forums in reply to other users who have made requests or demands that are denied or cannot be fulfilled. In the November 2nd, Seinfeld episode "The Soup Nazi"  , the main characters check out a local soup shop with an incredibly strict chef played by Larry Thomas  who is nicknamed "Soup Nazi" for his rules about ordering. After Elaine Benes played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus attempts to subvert his ordering procedure, the chef utters the statement, banning her from the shop for an entire year. Thomas' character was inspired by a real-life soup vendor named Ali "Al" Yeganeh  whose Manhattan restaurant, Soup Kitchen International, had been notorious for having strict ordering rules  since Throughout the s, the quote and the character that spoke it was iconic in the Seinfeld fandom and wider pop culture, spawning specific merchandise  with the quote. One of the earliest mentions of the quote online appeared on August 10th, , when Ted Weiman announced to alt. Between and , the phrase was used in this declining manner on a number of newsgroups including alt. Over the years, a handful of other sites with the title "No Soup For You"  have been created, gaining anywhere from several hundred to six thousand views. On November 14th, , the first Facebook  fan page dedicated to the phrase launched, accruing more than 9, likes as of May
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