Turns out “Seinfeld” wasn’t just a sitcom – it was an educational program that taught multiple generations how to be a person, like “Sesame Street” for adults.
Thousands of Twitter users are responding to a hashtag #SeinfeldTaughtMe with the lessons they learned from Jerry Seinfeld and his gang. The Schmooze has compiled our favorites but it’s far from an exhaustive list so if you need to lose yourself in something other than the mounting list of sexual assault accusers, we recommend going straight to the source.
#SeinfeldTaughtMe to organize my wallet pic.twitter.com/e4ehERjipc— Amie Gibb (@gibba80) November 3, 2017
#SeinfeldTaughtMe not to eat anything from the trash can. pic.twitter.com/cSd2G2kdJr— Timmy Little (@TimmyLittleSays) November 3, 2017
#SeinfeldTaughtMe the proper way to say hello pic.twitter.com/kI3mSFvTte— Rando Persona (@RandoPersona) November 3, 2017
#SeinfeldTaughtMe how to break in a winter coat. pic.twitter.com/qSQtpMRRFC— Richie Rich (@RichieRichietwo) November 3, 2017
#SeinfeldTaughtMe how to own the dance floor. pic.twitter.com/mEZgg8bfOT— Don Quillxote (@quillxote) November 3, 2017
#SeinfeldTaughtMe that shows full of white people get overrated as years go by and what’s fairly funny suddenly becomes canon— Sweet Potato Page (@schatzipage) November 3, 2017
#SeinfeldTaughtMe about the existence of the bizarro world. pic.twitter.com/oWBlHlOA6b— Joe (@ONECREATIVEJOE) November 3, 2017
Becky Scott is the editor of The Schmooze. Follow her on Twitter, @arr_scott