Vandelay Industries

Vandelay Industries



anybody asked me for Mandalay industries not what happened to you I listen closely why is that the unemployment office and I told him I was very close to getting a job with Vandelay industries and I gave them your phone number so well now when the phone rings you have dancer there Lily industries what is that you're in latex and what do I do with my face oh no you're manufactured right here in this little apartment and what do I say about you you're considering hiring me for your latex salesmen I'm gonna hire you as my latex salesman right thanks why do I do that because I asked you to do you think I'm looking for someone to just sit at a desk pushing papers around you can forget it just kind of manufacture this Vandelay industries tell bartson speaking may we help you hey what are you doing Friday night Friday night nothing now you want to come with me and see the baby no fasten your seatbelts we're gonna see the bed come on if you don't see the baby now you're never gonna see it all right all right yellow what delay industries well yeah yeah that's the right number but this is an apartment [Applause] [Applause] and you want to be my late XL

18 thoughts on “Vandelay Industries

  1. I know the Kramer character is a 'device', but he's such a fukkin' obstructionist, in real life someone would take him out.

  2. Wierd, this is true, today I walked out of the unenmployment office after a six month stretch of unemployment and in the afternoon met my new colleagues in a new job in a swanky restaurant wearing fancy duds I just bought and with a big sounding job title. I felt as 'on the edge' and 'phoney'' as George (but I'm not actually phoney). This scene is like the nightmare version of reality. That's comedy:truth.

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