Seven – (related terms: Soda) 1. Georges unisex baby name if he decided to procreate. 2. an unusual, fantastic, original and beautiful name that’s also a living tribute to Mickey Mantle 3. quote: “Seven? Yeah, I guess I could see it. Seven. Seven periods of school, seven beatings a day. Roughly seven stitches a beating, and eventually seven years to life. Yeah, you’re doing that child quite a service.” – Jerry 4. episode: The Seven

stopped short

stopped short1. a good move while driving in a car with a female companion 2. one who stops suddenly causing the passenger to lurch forward while the driver accidently grabs a breast while attempting to steady the passenger 3. quote: “In a car, with my wife. He stopped short. You think I don’t know what that’s about? That’s my old move! I used it on Estelle forty years ago! I told everybody about it! Everybody knows! [Demonstrates] Hmmph! I stopped short.” – Frank Constanza 4. episode: The Fusilli Jerry

serenity now

serenity now 1. Frank Costanza’s relaxation method and mantra when his blood pressure gets to high 2. quote: “Doctor gave me a relaxation cassette. When my blood pressure gets too high, the man on the tape tells me to say, ‘Serenity now!'” – Frank Constanza 3. quote 2: “Are you supposed to yell it?” – George, “The man on the tape wasn’t specific” – Frank 4. episode: Serenity Now


shrinkage – (related terms: significant shrinkage 1. the afterwards effect that happens when a man goes swimming in cold water. 2. women are not usually aware of this phenomenon 3. occurs for no known reason…it just happens 4. quote: “It shrinks?” – Elaine, “Like a frightened turtle” – Jerry 5. episode: The Hamptons

sponge worthy

sponge worthy – (related terms: The Today Sponge) 1. Elaine’s description to determine if a man is worth using a contraceptive sponge for intimate relations 2. due to her birth control method, The Today Sponge, being taken off the market. 3. her screening process consists of thorough and specific questions to determine if she should use one of her limited supply (one case) of sponges. 4. quote: “Yes, yes – before they went off the market. I mean, now I’ve got to re-evaluate my whole screening process. I can’t afford to waste any of ’em.” — Elaine 5. episode: The Sponge

spare a square

spare a square 1. a request for toilet paper after one has realized the toilet paper dispenser is empty in a movie theater bathroom stall 2. one would settle for just 3 squares, or even just a ply. 3. quote: “I can’t, I don’t have it, I don’t have a square to spare, I can’t spare a square” Elaine to Jane  4. episode: The Stall

second spitter

second spitter – (related terms: magic luggie, Keith Hernandez) 1. Jerry’s theory concerning an incident that took place outside Shea stadium on june 14, 1987 after a Mets Phillies game. 2. involved Kramer, Newman and Keith Hernandez allegedly spitting on them. 3. Quote: “I am saying that the spit could not have come from behind … that there had to have been a second spitter behind the bushes on the gravelly road.” — Jerry 4. Keith Hernandez later confirmed the theory by saying it was “Roger McDowell behind the bushes over by that gravely road.” 5. Episodes: The Boyfriend (Part 1), The Boyfriend (Part2)

Soup Nazi

Soup Nazi1. nickname given to Yev Kasem, the temperamental and eccentric soup man 2. has a strict ordering procedure that must be followed precisely or you won’t get soup and will be banned. 3. customers tolerate him because his soup is so delicious. 4. quote: “So, you hold out your money, speak your soup in a loud, clear voice, step to the left and receive…It’s very important not embellish on your order. No extraneous comments. No questions. No compliments.” — Jerry teaching George the soup ordering procedure. 5. episode: The Soup Nazi