Top 5 Memorable Quotes From Mean Girls Movie
Mean Girls, starring Lindsay Lohan, is one of the most iconic movies of the 2000s. To this day, merchandise is still being sold, Ariana Grande referenced the movie in her ‘thank u,next’ music video, and it is still watched by millennials to this very day. 15 years later, the movie is still loved by many and millennials can recite the movie word for word because of its numerous legendary quotes. Although it is so hard to narrow it down, here are the top 5 quotes from Mean Girls.
Quotes From Mean Girls #5 – “Is butter a carb?” – Regina George
Regina wants to start a no-carb diet and is always asks The Plastics, the queen bees of North Shore High School, which food has carbs and which ones don’t. Cady replies with “Yes” when in reality butter really only has 0.1g of carbs.
Quotes From Mean Girls #4 – “That’s so fetch!”- Gretchen Weiners
You know, fetch, it’s like slang from… England, meaning cool, fresh, desirable. Gretchen tries to make fetch happen, hoping it becomes the new it-word… it doesn’t.
#3 – “Four for you Glen Coco. You go Glen Coco!” – Damian Leigh
Although we never actually see what Glen Coco looks like, this is one of the most memorable quotes from the movie. Damian dresses up like Santa handing out candy-cane grams and while the focus is supposed to be on Gretchen not receiving any, Glen Coco steals the show.
#2 – “On Wednesdays, we wear pink!” – Karen Smith
The Plastics have strict rules on what you can wear in order to sit with them at the lunch table. Along with wearing pink on hump day, you can only wear your hair in a ponytail once a week. Don’t wear a tank top two days in a row. You can only wear jeans or track pants on Fridays. Be effortlessly plastic and you must consult the rest of the group before buying something.
#1 – “Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt personally victimized by Regina George.” – Ms. Norberry
Used for many different situations, it may just be the most relatable quotes in the entire movie. Everyone has felt victimized by something, whether it’s a person, show, or object. Even the teachers in the movie raise their hands…