This Seinfeld fan-art is frankly terrible – but oh so very funny
We’re not quite sure why anybody would want to buy an oil painting of Seinfeld’s George Costanza, but each to their own. Unfortunately, when one Amazon user did just that, the painting that arrived looked very different to the one in the listing. Someone called @sexy_riker spotted their review, and shared it on Twitter.
absolutely wheezing at this, i need air pic.twitter.com/ujBbNey7D0
— the oban cryptid [official] (@sexy_riker) October 10, 2019
This is how it looked in the Amazon listing.
But this is the impression the purchase made on the buyer. With one star, it’s fair to say they weren’t satisfied.
And this is why.
The buyer might not have been sure it had generated $80 worth of laughs, but Twitter seemed convinced.
Funniest thing I've seen on this hellsite today, hands down https://t.co/8ciJStbOhF
— Scott Wampler™ 🎄 (@ScottWamplerBMD) October 11, 2019
She strikes again pic.twitter.com/RFZo3GLgl9
— Phil Tresadern (@ptresadern) October 11, 2019
Todays productivity forecast: Low. pic.twitter.com/gBvTKN62hd
— Andrew R (@ExcelPope) October 11, 2019
Same artist pic.twitter.com/EP6HXpNtzE
— Noah (@reeb1011) October 11, 2019
Ahhh, the elusive George “Babyface” Costanza variant
— Kunta (@invisibledouche) October 11, 2019
Hunter Winkel felt the whole incident had a familiar feel.
This is a Seinfeld episode in itself https://t.co/ZbE6Tnj3sk
— Hunter Winkel (@thewinkeler) October 12, 2019
We can practically smell the Emmy.
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