Mean Girls was released ten years ago today, which is a thing that should make us all feel very, very old. Hey, anybody know what happened to those three guys? There was no Radio Disney to market to us in our infancy, no Nickelodeon stars waiting in an incubator to become pop stars, no Kidz Bop to translate American lyrics into child. Nope, we had to buy records made by guys who took statins. No dice. Fun fact for all the kids with the mohawks down on St. Like characters in a Dan Fogelberg song, we do what we must to get by. That joyous pop song that is carried in on the first warm breeze of April and whets your appetite for pool parties and humid afternoons.
That was nearly 28 years ago. You can thank me later.
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I am also aware that I am speaking ill of the dead. Look, can we just move on? Also, please take note of the backup-singer choreography in this video, which I can say without reservation is the best thing ever. Better than penicillin.
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Go look. No more would athletic ability dictate social standing; suddenly a half-decent sense of humor and a friend with a car was all you needed to get invited to a party. Adulthood was coming, and I could not wait. This is the song that runs under my skydiving video. We tend to forget Kristin Scott Thomas. The year before, a bunch of us snuck successfully into The Breakfast Club by buying tickets to Places in the Heart. You know how groups of year-old boys enjoy a good Depression-era Sally Field—Danny Glover farm drama.
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