Fast Company on "How to Become the Most Well-Liked Person in the Office." And to help you appreciate your job, here's a Seinfeld clip on George Costanza's review of his career options.
Do you ever have those moments when your mom or grandma tries to post something hip to Facebook or Twitter that just makes you cringe at the FUBARn00biness of it all? Welcome to the Hillary vs. Bernie: Who's Progressive Twitter fight! Samantha Lachman has all the details, but I want to focus on the rhetorical fail by Hillary. Show More Summary
When it comes to raising my teen -- my motto is -- there are no rules. See, originally I had a rule book and I was convinced I could thumb through it on any occasion for moral support as to how I should approach any number of situations I might find myself in parenting a teenager daughter. Show More Summary
NBC last aired a new episode of Seinfeld in 1998, but the lasting legacy of the show continues to find new ways to live on forever. From an Australian bar inspired by none other than George Costanza to the annual celebration of Festivus, Seinfeld has proven to have some serious staying power. Show More Summary
George’s Bar pays homage to George Costanza—prince of the under-achievers and chief of the socially inept—and stands as a beacon for Seinfeld lovers in Melbourne.
Game developer Jacob Janerka made this sprite of George Costanza for a Seinfeld adventure game (about nothing?) that he hopes to someday complete. Janerka posted the GIF to Reddit and answered some questions in the comments: "In my spare time I'm making a fan made Seinfeld adventure game, I started off by making George."
Seinfeld Character George Costanza Has Got His Own Themed Bar In Melbourne – See Photos
Someone is opening a bar in Australia that's based on George Costanza, Jason Alexander's lovably pathetic character from the TV show Seinfeld. It's an idea similar to that Harry Potter-themed bar in Canada, but probably with more masturbation...Show More Summary
The great George Costanza once said that if he owned a company, "my employees would love me. They’d have huge pictures of me up the walls and in their home, like Lenin." Well, it's not a whole company, but there is now an entire barShow More Summary
Just like the '90s pop culture icon, the sandwiches are cheap.
"George Costanza suits a bar in a lot of ways"
If you're looking for serenity now, an Australian bar inspired by George Costanza is providing Seinfeld fans with just that. George's Bar in Fitzroy, Melbourne pays homage to the neurotic character from the hit '90s comedy series. The...Show More Summary
George Costanza seduced us in the Seinfeld episode “The Package” by posing in all his glory on a fainting couch. Now, he will tantalize our taste buds. Everyone’s favorite neurotic character …Read More
A George Costanza bar does exist, and if you are a true fan of the sitcom, you know why that headline is significant. The classic TV sitcom, which is somehow still as relevant and popular today as it was when signing off the air close to two decades ago, continues to show its impact internationally.... Show More Summary
George Costanza is finally getting the homage he deserves—a bar themed after everybody's favorite fictional neurotic Queens native opened in Melbourne on New Year's Eve, and it's full of Seinfeld themed food, drinks and memorabilia, of course. [ more › ]
In what seems to be a George Costanza-like gambit to make every patron seem more attractive by comparison, a pair of bar owns in Melbourne, Australia have decided to theme their bar around Seinfeld’s George Costanza. The Sydney Herald reports that the bar, named “George’s Bar,” features autographed items, Seinfeld... More »
With everything going wrong for him since mid-July, why not pull a page out of George Costanza’s playbook and do the opposite of everything...
18 years ago, the popular TV show Seinfeld introduced a magical holiday known as Festivus, a wacky alternative to Christmas made up by George Costanza's father. What most people don't realize is that Festivus is actually based in reality. Show More Summary
One particularly fun non-Christmas holiday was Seinfeld?s Festivus, which always brought out the non-holiday cheer in George Costanza, who came up with a way to get out of buying presents en masse: the Human Fund.Click To Continue Reading
So you think you’re a committed gamer? You’ve got nothing on a Japanese gamer who goes by Wanikun on Twitter. In a move worthy of George Costanza trying to save his Frogger high […]