Mean Girls Day History
Mean Girls Day pays tribute to the 2004 hit teen-comedy. Widely successful, Mean Girls explores the cruel and complex social workings of high school. Its portrayal of cliques and the pursuit of popularity may explain its cult-like following. Mean Girls is partly inspired by Queen Bees and Wannabees, a book written by teacher and author Rosalind Wiseman.
Both the film and the book offer viewers and readers a better understanding of social structure within high school. They also dive into the psyche of the teenage mind. Mean Girls Day is observed annually on October 3rd due to a scene in the film where the protagonist responds that the current date is, ‘’October 3rd.’’
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