Seinfeld dating rules

Jerry: Of course, I guess, maybe, some little problems could arise. Jerry: I mean, if anything happened, and we couldn't be friends the way we are now, that would be really bad. (Points back and forth between them to indicate friendship) Elaine: And that would be good.

When we see each other now, we retire to our separate quarters. And I don't see why sleep got all tied up and connected with that.

Women don't try on the clothes, they get behind the clothes, you see? Put some shoes by the bottom of the pants, I wanna make sure. % While Jerry and Elaine are sitting on Jerry's couch watching the tube, Elaine is flipping through the channels constantly.

They take a dress off the rack, and they hold it up against themself. They stick one leg way out 'cause they nedd to know, if some day I'm one-legged, and at a fourty-five degree angle, what am I gonna wear? You never see a guy take a suit off the rack, put his head in the neck, and go, "What do you think about this suit?

Could he go on land, or was he just restricted to water?

George: You ask me to have lunch, tell me you slept with Elaine, and then say you're not in the mood for details.

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