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Mean Girls

In Which We Make A Terrible Pun

Regina Is Even More Catty In This Feline Parody of Mean Girls [VIDEO]

Do you like this follow-up to The Hunger Games with cats? Or are you not really feline it?

(via: Laughing Squid)

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Not all that glitters is gold

Say Hello to the Prohibitively Expensive Mean Girls Jewelry You’ve Always Wanted

The bangle with the pink gem? It’s called “Damien.” The YOU CAN’T SIT WITH US bracelet? It’s $110. So I suggest you find your nearest “cool mom” and manipulate her into buying one for you when the line launches in February.

Previously in Mean Girls


There And Back Again

Watch The Hobbit Get the Mean Girls Treatment

Oh my God, Tauriel, you can’t just go around asking people why they’re not dwarves!


Oh Hollywood

Vampire Academy Might Change Your Mind About The Vampire Genre Craze

You might think that the vampire genre is worn out, and I’d probably agree with you– but if anyone can do something new with it, it would be Mean Girls director Mark Waters and his brother, Heathers writer Daniel Waters. According to Empire, the story of Vampire Academy goes like this…


Good News Everyone!

The Mean Girls Musical is Still Happening; Internet Breathes a Collective Sigh of Relief

Remember how Tina Fey said that she was trying to get a Mean Girls musical made with her husband Jeff Richmond, who wrote the songs for 30 Rock? And then we didn’t hear anything else about it, because musicals aren’t exactly a quick thing to put together, and Tina Fey’s all busy with movies and the like?

Well, Mean Girls fans, gird your loins, because an intrepid reporter at Vulture cornered Richmond at the premiere for Fey’s new movie and grilled him about the musical. And yes, he and Fey are hard at work on it. He swears.


it's time to play the music

Get in Loser, We’re Going Singing: Tina Fey Developing Mean Girls Musical

Don’t break out the boombox with “Jingle Bell Rock” queued up on CD that you keep at all times for emergencies just yet. But you might want to start imagining how the show-stopping opener “Regina George is Flawless” will go. Tina Fey is trying to get a Mean Girls musical made.



Irony: MTV Airs Mean Girls, Bleeps “Vagina” but Not “Whore”

Okay, you might want to be sitting down when I tell you this, but I watched Mean Girls for the first time a couple weekends ago. I was pretty well acquainted with… well, nearly every single line in the movie from having read the internet, although I got a good laugh out of “Four for you Glen Coco, you go Glen Coco,” as it was just about the only quote in there that I hadn’t known was from Mean Girls. But I decided it was probably time to actually experience the movie, and stop trying to absorb it only from cultural diffusion.

So yeah, I knew next to nothing about Mean Girls other than that a lot of parts of the internet that I respect and enjoy are obsessed with quoting it and that it’s about high school, not, for example, that it was written by Tina Fey. Rest assured, these gaping holes in my knowledge have been filled, and so now I completely understand how against the message of the film it is for MTV to bleep a wide swath of non-curse-words, including “vagina,” when it aired on the network this weekend… but not “whore” or “slut.”


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Our First Glimpse of Game Of Thrones’ Riverrun

Game Of Thrones fans have been dying to see what the House Tully stronghold actually looks like — and we’re in luck, because here is a photo courtesy of HBO Watch teasing the appearance of the Riverlands fortress in season 3. (via Blastr.)


Curiouser and curiouser!

Researchers Find Hints of Dolphin Culture, Social Network Tendencies

Does anyone else ever get the feeling that dolphins just have the best of it? Aside from us destroying their environment (which is kind of a bummer), dolphins just seem kind of like what humans might be like if we just let everything go and relaxed. They’re already similar to us in some pretty striking ways; they even have genes that are homologous with humans. Now, new research is suggesting that dolphins may also form what we humans call “cliques,” and all based on what kind of functional fashion their fellow dolphins are wearing.