It looks like George has boobs…
He could use a Bro.
You mean the Mansiere…
Don’t you mean a Mansierre?
In this case: the over the shoulder boulder holder.
Thats what Wilma Flintstone used
Actually, if you’re going to get picky about spelling, it would be “Manssiere.”
Incorrect- the correct answer is “moops”
Yeah, and now I’m pissed! I have mammoth mammies, and his titties are even bigger than mine! (walks off in a huff)
All I can see are George’s giant rocky tits.
If you see George without a shirt, you need to leave. He’s taking a dump. He can’t dump with a shirt on, Jerry!
He can’t be comfortable carrying those things around…he needs The Bro!
Man hands and puffy shirt sold separately
Seriously…is Seinfeld really a cash cow anymore? Um…the 90s…they ended, right? Or, is everyone on Etsy from Portland? (Duh, this answers so much!)
They’re beloved characters. People still go see stagings of A Christmas Carol and Oliver Twist, and the 19th century has been over way longer.
I might be drunk, are we comparing Seinfeld to Dickens?
We’re saying that beloved characters are beloved forever.
I can’t wait to tell my grandchildren about Snookie.
Don’t create a situation.
Melagrana, I adore you. /clap
You get comment of the year! that gave me a smile i’ll not be able to undo! TY!
I’m not comparing the works of Dickens and Seinfeld as works of art, I’m saying that if you write characters that resonate with people, they remain relevant even after the show is off the air. Pardon me for picking Dickens, I could have picked I Love Lucy or another TV show but Dickens was the first thing that came to mind.
Now, as an aside, and I know I’m only going to start more shit by saying this but here I go: Charles Dickens is a masterful writer and storyteller, but in his own time his work was published as a newspaper serial…it was popular entertainment. And many of his contemporaries (both critics and writers such as Henry James and William Wordsworth) considered his work melodramatic and common. His work was not considered great literature in his own time. It took the passage of time for people to have the proper perspective to appreciate it as great literature.
Which, and I stress this, I don’t say in order to compare A Christmas Carol to Seinfeld. I’m just saying that if this were the 1850′s, no one would be getting uppity about this conversation and acting like I said something outrageous.
Ahh the 1850′s the golden age of internet snark!
Okay, I get it! Welcome Loosey!
(cue graphic)”The more you know: the less I care”
I love how you used the word “uppity.”
I don’t mind having an unpopular opinion.
Someone is really liking the first weeks of their English Lit 101 class.
“NO SOUP FOR YOU! – NEXT!”
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Turtleboyahoy, you can’t be talking about me. I’ve never taken an English Lit class.
I can tell!
Turtleboyahoy, you’re contradicting yourself. First you said I was an over-eager college freshman with too much useless information on my hands, then you said you could tell I had never seen the inside of a college lecture hall (presumably a person with no information on my hands). I can’t be both. You have to pick one.
Let ye who has never laughed at Seinfeld cast the first stone.
Gasoline, meet open flame. NO LAUGHS FOR YOU! NEXT!!!
Can’t we just all agree that the drawing sucks?
That’s what I was getting at. Seinfeld was a “moment” of the mid 90s. That was some 20 years ago. It wasn’t fucking Shakespeare. What the hell are people going to be trying to shill 20 years from now?
Bedazzled Glee crap.
I just looked for glee tagged items with rhinestones and didn’t find a single thing in the first 10 pages. Niche market!
Run, don’t walk, to the nearest glitter glue aisle!
Wait another 15 years, Etsy will be lousy with them.
Honey Boo Boo Child?
“vintage” VHS tapes on Etsy
Already there, I buy them all the time…yes I’m a neanderthal who still uses my VHS player…and cassette Walkman…and 34 year old car…and 20+ year old Birkenstocks…ok, I’ll stop now…
Britney or Madonna junk. Already over.
Seinfeld was more than a “moment.” It had a heavy influence on popular culture that still exists today. I still hear Seinfeld references all the time.
But then, maybe it depends on the generation. I don’t know how old you are, Lanus, but you look pretty young in your picture. I’m in my late 30s, and the people my age that I hang around with were young adults when it was first on, and we still talk about it.
As for comparing it to Dickens, not so much. The Seinfeld writers were actually entertaining. With only a few exceptions, Dickens is boring as hell, droning on and on with long-winded exposition. And I say that as someone with a degree in English, so I’ve been plenty exposed to him. IMO, he’s seriously overrated.
You’re too drunk and Bethymania is too sober.
what is this “too drunk” of which you speak?
He meant to say “two drunk”. That’s when you get twice as drunk as usual, and awesomeness ensues, followed by an epic shame spiral.
Our family Christmas isn’t complete without our annual re-enactment of a very special episode of Riptide.
Or family Festivus and vse of Baywatch
My family performs every song n’ dance number from the show Cop Rock, from episode 1 right up through episode 2, when it was cancelled.
speaking of ’80s things and Christmas…this had me laughing til I cried.
Well actually etsy OWNS Portland – haven’t you heard?
I thought it was getting awfully crafty up in this bitch.
My very first thought was that George had boulder tits, and the two people above me thought the same thing. You know your audience well, April.
Isn’t it nice to know we aren’t the only ones?
Elaine looks pretty thrilled with whatever is at Kramer’s, um treeline.
Speaking of treeline, it appears that they all are a bit “bushy.”
Yes, but is he sponge worthy???
ssssssssssssssort of want
i mean the concept, you can’t knock the concept george. it’s conceptual. you can’t knock it george, you can’t!
What stuns me is that somebody, somewhere told this person that “IT IS GOOD!”. Note to artist: it really, really isn’t. Please stop.
She managed to make a relatively unattractive cast even more unattractive. Except for Elaine the other three are unfortunate looking. And I never found them all that funny.
Nothin’ new — others have tried and failed also. What is it about this bunch where maybe an artist gets one or two likenesses okay and fails on the others? Even Hirschfeld, who I think did many great caricatures, failed with the Seinfeld cast.
And somebody that who will always say it was good would be the artist’s Mom, assuming she temporarily forgot to be obsessed about the frying pan she got for Christmas 1973.
Kramer looks regretful. Like he said something he shouldn’t have?
And Jerry obviously heard about it and is mortified.
Wait, when did Kid N Play replace Jerry Seinfeld?
I got distracted by Elaine’s crack-whore teeth.
Or Magnum ‘stache.
It could use some Paula Poundstone.
Peter Sagel: is that you?!
That would be gneiss. She’s too often taken for granite.
I think it’s made out of pyrite.
What is Jerry looking at over there? I have no idea what he could be seeing but it seems to be really interesting.
The Liberty Saved By The Bell.
His old career?
This is gold, Jerry. GOLD!
well HK, Art is no longer a front page category on Etsy, and I guess this is the reason why they have decided to hide the whole art category from buyers.
That’s ONE way to get around any possibly copyrighted images. Now, who ARE they?
no calling out in the form guys. I’m closing this thread! (etsy admin)
Sadly the crew of Seinfeld were involved in a freak nuclear accident.. their bodies have mutated and melded together and their pubes have overtaken the lower half. Heads are oddly unaffected by the radiation and they seem to keeping in good spirits about it all.
Does anyone else the weird, Dali-esque face next to Jerry?? Have I had too much wine??? Or not enough???
It looks to be a Ferengi. Possibly Quark from ST:DS9?
To paraphrase my new bestie, Lanus: “What is this ‘too much wine’ you speak of?”
An alleged mythical beastie…similar to a unicorn or a politician with a conscience…
Don’t you GET it? It’s a painting about nothing.
I was thinking Picasso-esque – Jerry seems to be listening to it’s dying words.
Is that George’s “O” face?
This drawing is actually really worth your time if you re-view it thinking of it as The O-Faces of Seinfeld.
To me it looks like they’re all naked in bed together. Kinky.
The artist has an “Escheresque” grasp on perspective.
I’d buy it just for the swell 11×14 mat…
“No swell, no sale.”
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