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On This Day: Mean Girls Was Released In 2004

It’s been 14 years since the iconic teen comedy ‘Mean Girls’ was released in theaters.

Since then, we’ve tried to make ‘fetch’ happen, we’ve let people know if they can sit with us or not, we’ve worn pink on Wednesdays, and we’ve asked our friends if they wanted to do something fun…”you want to go to Taco Bell?”  The movie has so many memorable, relatable, quotable lines…we even post a meme every October 3rd, because that’s the day Aaron Samuels turned around in math class and asked Cady if she knew the date and she answered ‘it’s October 3rd’.


It was this day back in 2004, we were all introduced to ‘The Plastics’ and the ‘Burn Book’ and it’s the movie that skyrocketed Lindsay Lohan’s career.


We learned a lot from the movie as well, not all ‘mean girls’ stay ‘mean girls’.  Regina had a life-changing experience and quite the personality transformation after she got hit by a bus; and Cady learned who her true friends were all along,  Janis and Damian.  We learned that it’s important to be nice to one another and accept others for who they are.


Now, 14 years later, ‘Mean Girls’ is a live Broadway production.

In celebration of another year of ‘Mean Girls’ greatness, now is as good a time as any to let you know:

“She doesn’t even go here!”



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