Top 10 Mean Girls Quotes

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10. “Let me tell you something about Janis Ian. We were best friends in middle school. I know, right? It’s so embarrassing. I don’t even… Whatever. So then in eighth grade, I started going out with my first boyfriend Kyle who was totally gorgeous but then he moved to Indiana, and Janis was like, weirdly jealous of him. Like, if I would blow her off to hang out with Kyle, she’d be like, “Why didn’t you call me back?” And I’d be like, “Why are you so obsessed with me?”
When Regina catches Cady talking to Janis in the hall one day, Cady tells her, “She’s so weird, she just, you know, came up to me and started talking to me about crap.” In reply, Regina reveals a story to Cady which is the undercover reason why Janis is not associated with Regina whatsoever. Have you ever had a friend who turned on you because she thought she was better than you?

9. “Get in loser, we’re going shopping.”
Regina pulls up in front of Cady in her nice, fancy car at the end of the school day and says this to her. You can tell Regina feels above Cady in social ranking because of the way she calls her a loser, but it is also a playful, friendly, and jokingly. She wants Cady to be one with her friend group.

8. “And I want my pink shirt back! I want my pink shirt back!”
After Damian and Janis find out that Cady is having a party behind their backs, Janis yells at Cady and basically breaks off their friendship. Damians way of breaking off their friendship is yelling at Cady saying that he wants his pink shirt back that he lent her to fit in with “The Plastics” when they were best friend.

7. “I wish we could all get along like we used to in middle school… I wish I could bake a cake filled with rainbows and smiles and everyone would eat and be happy…”
After Regina secretly copies pages of the burn book and throws them all over the hallways of the high school, all of the junior girls are offended but what people have said about them and go wild. Cady’s math teacher Miss Norberry then takes over in an intervention in their auditorium, and she ends it by getting all of the girls to stand up and apologize for things that they have done to hurt each other one by one. The girl who says this is up standing up in front of all the girls crying about what girls have become, saying she wishes everyone could just get along, but she doesn’t even go to North Shore.

6. “If you’re from Africa, why are you white?”
Karen asks Cady this after Regina invites her over to sit at their lunch table for the first time. Cady tells them she’s from Africa, and Karen having the airhead personality that she does, asks her that question.

5. “I have this theory, that if you cut off all her hair she’d look like a British man.”
After Cady becomes strongly influenced by the Plastics, Regina begins to be the only thing she can talk about to anyone. She says this to Janis and says talking about Regina comes up like “word vomit.”
Many people were presently used this quote though after Miley Cyrus got her hair cut and dyed, saying she looked like a British man with all of her hair cut off.

4. “She doesn’t even go here!”
Damian disguises himself in a sweatshirt and sunglasses and secretly stands in the crowd of junior girls as Miss Norbury’s junior girls intervention. He yells this to the crying girl who doesn’t even go to North Shore.

3. “That is so fetch!”
This is Gretchens catch-phrase that she calls “slang from England.” She says it all of the time until it finally irritates Regina enough for her to speak up and tell her to stop trying to make “fetch” happen and that it’s not going to happen.

2. “On Wednesdays we wear pink!”
At Cady’s first lunch with the Plastics, after they decided that they want her to sit with her every day at lunch for the rest of that week, they tell her a list of guidelines they go by all week for the way they dress, and Karen tells her that one.

1. Damian: Taylor Zimmermann, two for you. Glenn Coco? FOUR for you, Glenn Coco! You go, Glenn Coco. And uh… “Caddy” Heron. Do we have a “Caddy” Heron here?
Cady: It’s Cady.
Damian: Oh Cady, here you go, one for you… And none for Gretchen Wieners, bye.
This scene happens prior to the Christmas season. Damian is dressed up as Santa Claus and handing out candy canes to different classrooms. Cady secretly sends a candy cane to herself but signs it “Thanks for being such a great friend. Love, Regina.” so that Gretchen thinks Regina sent Cady a candy cane but not her. High school can tend to make girls turn on each other and do secret backstabbing things.


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