10 Years of Mean Girls

Tomorrow, Wednesday April 30th is the 10 year anniversary since Mean Girls was released. Not only is it a celebratory day, but it is a Wednesday. For those of you who have entered adult life by quoting this movie, you know that you’re going to have to wear pink! Or else Gretchen is going to come after you with her squeaky voice yelling: “you can’t sit with us!”.

Mean Girls is probably one of my most frequently watched movies of all time. Whenever we had girls nights, we would watch it accompanied by another movie, preferably John Tucker Must Die. There are just so many scenarios that this movie has helped us to put words to, such as when someone’s hair is big because it’s full of secrets.

I found an article on Bustle where they define the words or phrases from the movie and provide us with a usage. I guess this is rather useful for those who haven’t seen the movie or just need a little refreshment for Pink Wednesday. This list doesn’t even cover half of the best quotes, but it is a start. Can’t write down the entire script either!

“GROOL”

Definition: A combination of “great” and “cool.”

Usage: Adjective often used  when speaking nervously to one’s crush.

 

“FETCH”

Definition: Adjective for something that is stylish, cool, and trendy.

Usage: It doesn’t matter, because it’s not going to happen.


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“SHE DOESN’T EVEN GO HERE!”

Definition: Rebuttal to the desire of emotions that are manifested in cakes made of rainbows.

Usage: A way of calling out a crying girl who does not attend one’s school

 

“YOU GO GLENN COCO!”

Definition: A congratulatory expression.

Usage: Shouted when encouraging a friend or loved one to reach for their dreams.

 

“IT’S LIKE I HAVE ESPN OR SOMETHING”

Definition: A special talent for predicting the future, particularly the weather, through one’s breasts.

Usage: Proclamation, often after saying the same thing at the same time with one’s best friend.

 

“PLASTICS”

Definition: A high school clique of mean girls whose sole purpose is to torment the unpopular crowd/everyone who isn’t them.

Usage: “That’s the thing with you plastics. You think everybody is in love with you when actually, everybody HATES you!”

 

“LIFE RUINER”

Definition: One who ruins people’s lives.

Usage: A means of describing someone of Regina George levels of destruction.

 

“ON WEDNESDAYS WE WEAR PINK”

Definition: Important rule for being able to sit with the plastics at lunch.

Usage: Verbal side-eye and/or a way to exclude others.

 

“JAMBO!”

Definition: A South-African greeting. Similar to “Hello!”

Usage: A way of uncomfortably introducing oneself to high school cliques on the first day of not being home-schooled.

 

“I CAN’T HELP IT IF I’VE GOT A HEAVY FLOW AND A WIDE SET VAGINA!”

Definition: Reasons for needing to use hymen-breaking tampons

Usage: A way of expressing to one’s friends their frustrations in the things that cannot be controlled.

 

“IF YOU’RE FROM AFRICA, WHY ARE YOU WHITE?”

Definition: An inquiry for getting to the bottom of the new hot girl’s deal.

Usage: An expression that is used when you witness something that defies convention.

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“I’M NOT A REGULAR MOM, I’M A COOL MOM.”

Definition: A socially-constructed identity of middle aged rich moms.

Usage: Often employed when one is carrying more than one fruity drink to one’s girlfriends.

 

“WE SHOULD TOTALLY JUST STAB CAESAR!”

Definition: Staging a coup. Initiating a riot. Encouraging a mutiny.

Usage: A way of expressing through work e-mails to one’s co-workers how much one hates his/her employer without outwardly saying so via a work e-mail system.

 

“I JUST HAVE A LOT OF FEELINGS.”

Definition: A way of expressing the depth of one’s confusing and overwhelming emotions and/or desire to attend an all-junior-girls workshop at a school in which you do not attend.

Usage: When no other combination of words can relay the irrationality of actions or thoughts.

 

“BOO, YOU WHORE!”

Definition: A diss or slam that expresses frustration or disappointment.

Usage: When one’s bestie can’t make it out for tonight’s plans because she wants to “stay in” or has a “date” with someo


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