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Introducing Seinfeld Emojis

The people behind the Seinfeld Current Day Twitter account are back with their biggest cultural contribution yet: Seinfeld emoji.

Until now, the Seinfeld Current Day account has specialized in placing Seinfeld characters in modern situations — what if Kramer drank Four Loko or Elaine dated hot convict guy?

The popular Twitter team’s newest project is a phone app that will include emojis of the major characters and several iconic objects featured on the show: Junior Mints, the black and white cookie, the front of Monk’s Café — yada, yada, yada.

Jason Richards, creator of the Seinfeld Current Day account, prefers to use humorously altered names, such as “Jary” and “Elane” to avoid directly copying the Seinfeld franchise. But don’t be fooled — those faces are unmistakably of the (un)fabulous four.

Last Sunday marked the 25th anniversary of Seinfeld’s first episode. Happy texting!

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