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'Seinfeld' Advice On Breaking Up Is Still Totally Relevant

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The final episode of "Seinfeld" aired back in 1998, but we still rely on the long-running sitcom for advice on how to handle life's big dilemmas.

Case in point? Jerry's unparalleled advice on breaking up:

For further "Seinfeld" teachings on the art of splitting up, see this preemptive breakup technique and the timeless George Costanza-approved line: "It's not you, it's me."

"Seinfeld": Teaching the world how to breakup since 1989.

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