Cosmo Kramer’s Guide to Living Life on Your Own Terms

Giddy up.

Matt Branhamby Matt Branham
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So much of life is an endless battle of making ends meet while trying to live it on your own terms. If there’s one thing Seinfeld gave us, it’s the wonderfully hilarious opportunity to create Cosmo Kramer’s Guide to Living on Your Own Terms. It goes right in line with George Costanza’s Guide to Getting and Keeping a Job and Larry David’s Guide to Being a Decent, Sensible Human Being. Struggle no longer, my friends, to find the balance in your life. When in doubt, just be a little more like the Cos-Man.

Cosmo Kramer’s Guide to Living Life on Your Own Terms

Always make an entrance that lights up the room.

Knows

 Once you’re in, own the room.

Multi-tasking includes inspiring others along the way.

Multi-facted

Fashion yourself a bit of a Renaissance man. Know no limits to your talents.

Renaissance

Be all about the business when it counts. And eat healthy in between.

Allbusiness

Remain calm in the darkest hour. The light is right up ahead.

Calm

Stay stealth even in your most exposed states. No one will notice your flaws.

folks1

Don’t wait for the “sausage” to come to you. Be the sausage.

Selfmade

No matter how busy, always remain a reliable friend, no questions asked.

Dress appropriately for every occasion. You never know where the day may take you.

Dress

Don’t be shy about speaking your mind. People appreciate honesty.

Unafraid

Prioritize, prioritize, prioritize.

Priotities

Remember the importance of a timely joke used sparingly.

Observationalist

Remain childlike, despite your age.

Childlike

Don’t be afraid to get after it. Giddy up!

Giddy Up

Blow a few minds along the way, even your own.

Mindblower

And leave it all on a good note. So long, folks!

Memorable

If any of this seems a bit overwhelming, confusing or non-relatable, refer to the entire nine seasons of Seinfeld, now streaming on Hulu. We leave you with a gorgeous montage of classic Kramer entrances. Now go off and live life on your own terms, Cosmo-style.

If you’re wondering if Hulu is the way to go, check out this: Netflix VS. Hulu: Who Has the Better Original Programming?