This deck of playing cards feature the faces of television’s most beloved – the characters of Seinfeld. You might be asking yourself (with that very particular inflection), what’s the deal with playing cards? Well, if you must know, they originated in China during the Tang dynasty around the ninth century. Now we use them to play fun games with friends, to gamble away our livelihoods and to confuse young children with illusions. And now, at long last, we have Seinfeld playing cards printed on high quality material.
This is a classic deck with 52 standard cards and two jokers. Each of the Seinfeld characters has a suit: Jerry represents diamonds, Elaine is hearts, George is clubs, which leaves Kramer with spades. Naturally, Newman is the joker.
Yada Yada Yada: Life-according to Seinfeld’s Jerry, Elaine, George & Kramer
Seinfeld is a television phenomenon. It is widely considered to be one of the greatest and most influential sitcoms ever made. This provides you with the desperate ineptitude of Jerry, Elaine, George & Kramer. Find out which of these schmucks is your true spirit animal with the Which Seinfeld Character Are you? quiz; act on […]195 SEK
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Music Genius Playing Cards
Jazz up your card games with the top talent of four fantastic music genres: Pop = Hearts; Rock ’n’ Roll = Spades; Folk & Country = Diamonds; Soul, Blues & R&B = Clubs. Includes 52 playing cards featuring illustrations of all the big names – including Madonna and Prince in Pop, Kurt Cobain and Jimi […]139 SEK
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Seinfeldia: How a Show About Nothing Changed Everything
Her book, as if she were a marine biologist, is a deep dive…Perhaps the highest praise I can give Seinfeldia is that it made me want to buy a loaf of marbled rye and start watching again, from the beginning. – Dwight Garner, The New York Times Book Review The hilarious behind-the-scenes story of two guys who went […]199 SEK