You can't put your chip in the dip, take a bite, and then go back for another dip. It's like putting your whole mouth in the dip.
And you definitely can't "yada yada yada" your way through the best part of a story.
These are the rules of life as taught by the gang from "Seinfeld."
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It's been 25 years since the show first premiered on NBC, and despite ending its run in 1998, the sitcom's jokes have become a staple of pop culture.
To celebrate the anniversary, the TODAY anchors are remembering their favorite "Seinfeldisms," from Jerry's infamous "Hello, Newman," to George's stance on double dipping.
Matt Lauer: "Hello Newman"
Tamron Hall and Peter Alexander: Double-dip
Dylan Dreyer: "These pretzels are making me thirsty"
Carson: "Master of my domain"
During the segment, Carson even swapped into the infamous puffy shirt, worn by Jerry during an episode in season 5.
We heard from the anchors, but now we want to hear from you. What was your favorite "Seinfeld" moment? Let us know on Facebook and Twitter using #OrangeRoom.