Thursday, October 3, 2013

Tina Fey Taught Me

On this auspicious day in history, the day Aaron Samuels asked Cady Heron what day it was in math class, I thought it would be appropriate to take a look at what I have learned from countless screenings of Tina Fey's infamous film.


It's okay to have a routine. 


Try new hairstyles. They might just work out.


Don't overdue it when getting ready.


Everyone is different. Embrace what separates you. 


Diets are for squares.


Glen Coco is the epitome of cool.


As much as I and Gretchen Weiners want it to, fetch is never going to happen.


No sex is the best sex. Thanks Coach Carr.


The best hiding spot for anything is Gretchen's hair.


Be flexible enough to make disasters fabulous.


If someone says they like your outfit you should be suspicious.


Meanness gets you nowhere.


Gretchen Weiners is a closet terrorist.


If you hang around with the wrong people long enough, you run the risk of becoming like them. 


Sears sells more than vacuums and other appliances. Who knew?


Proclaiming your cool-ness detracts from any cool-ness you actually had. 


Taco Bell doesn't have carbs. If Regina said it, then it's true. 


There are actually only four senses. Karen Smith is better than all of us.


Also, unlike Karen, my body is not nearly as talented.

Tina Fey's "Mean Girls" taught me never to underestimate the power of a sincere apology. And, finally, despite what Lorde sings about, we are all royals in Cady Heron's world.
Happy October Third from A Very Lucky pink-wearing Girl. You, dear reader, are so fetch. 

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