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Seinfeld rules about dating elaine

She coins the word "spongeworthy" debating her then-boyfriend's prospects of intimacy at the expense of her inventory.

Elaine's best friend is her ex-boyfriend Jerry Seinfeld, and she is also good friends with George Costanza and Cosmo Kramer.

Still, Elaine sees him as a good friend: in "The Wife", he argues with Elaine over her love interest, who's threatening to throw him out of the health club.

The portrayal of Elaine as smarter and more successful than George is occasionally reversed for comic effect: In "The Opposite", George finds success and happiness doing the opposite of whatever his instincts tell him, while normally successful Elaine falls on hard times.

Later, in "The Couch" after proclaiming her love for new boyfriend Carl, she immediately ends the relationship upon learning that he doesn't share her opinions on abortion.

Elaine also is attracted to men with lucrative jobs, especially doctors.

She's 'one of the boys', and despite the troubles they go through as a group, she remains the closest female friend to the main male cast throughout the series.

Her traits are usually edgy and neurotic and she has a tendency to easily get angry with almost everybody.

Generally, her hair was long with curls or waves, but underwent changes since Season 5.