On Friday, Seinfeld fans took to Twitter to celebrate Festivus

By Brittany King
Updated December 23, 2016 03:25 PM

Grab your aluminum poles and your yearly grievances, because it’s that time of year again — Festivus!

The tradition, which was started in a Season 9 episode of Seinfeld in 1997, serves as an alternative to the perceived commercialization of Christmas and was created by George Costanza’s (Jason Alexander) father, Frank (Jerry Stiller).

Thanks to NBC sitcom, fans — including Alexander — took to Twitter on Friday to share their “Airing of Grievances” and “Feats of Strength.”

Some fans took the opportunity to just air it all out.

Some fans of the show celebrated by airing out their issues with the President-elect Donald Trump via Twitter.

A few people shared their issues about fellow drivers.

Celebrate Dec. 23 with the clip above!