Mean Girls Day is celebrated annually on October 3rd and is dedicated to everyone who is a fan of the 2004 comedy film of the same name. It starred popular actresses such as Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, and Amy Poehler. If you are a fan of the movie, join in the celebration!
The film made its debut on the screens in 2004, and many still enjoy watching it today. This is not surprising, as the movie addresses actual problems experienced by modern teenagers: adapting to a new environment, standing up for one’s opinion, friendship, and love. The movie has become a symbol, inspiring fans to write poetry, create memes, and post creativity on social networks. The date was not chosen by chance; in one of the scenes, Aaron asks Candy what day it is, and Candy replies that it is October 3rd.
- Initially, Lindsay Lohan was to play the role of the bitch, but the role was given to another heroine who came from Africa.
- Scarlett Johansson was considered for the role of Karen Smith, but the casting failed.
- There were a lot of vulgar and rude phrases in the script, but they were removed.
- There is a small typo in the episode; the test that one of the girls receives is dated October 14, although the film takes place after the Christmas holidays.
- In 2009, a PC game featuring the beloved characters appeared.
- The second part was released in 2018.
- The film was based on a novel published in 2007.
- The skirts for the Christmas event were created from plastic.
How to take part
You can celebrate Mean Girls Day in various ways: watch the film again or introduce it to someone who has never seen it; find an old school outfit in the closet and try it on; chat with classmates and remember school tricks. On this day, there is no place for sadness!
When is Mean Girls Day in 2023?
Mean Girls Day is observed on October 3 each year.