It's hard to believe that it's been 12 years since 'Mean Girls' hit cinemas. Where would we be without a world in which we could quote every single line of the film – in every real life situation imaginable?
Fans of the movie are still able to recite it word for word and can weave a quote into any conversation necessary – it's Wednesday why aren't you wearing pink?
So here are cream of the crop of 'Mean Girls' quotes in which everyone has applied to their life at some stage.
'Get in, loser. We're going shopping.'
Anyone and I mean anyone, who has ever gone shopping with their friends has heard this at some stage.
'Don't have sex, because you will get pregnant and die.'
Irish Catholic sex education classes do go a little something like this anyway...
'That's why her hair is so big: It's full of secrets.'
There's always that one hun with the backcombed hair who knows everything.
'The limit does not exist.'
Who knows if it bloody exists? We're all crap at Project Maths and use words like 'isosceles' to supplement this.
'She's a life ruiner. She ruins people's lives.'
This applies to anyone from your mam to your ex-best friend – life ruiners, the lot of them.
'She made out with a hot dog.'
Some freaky shit happens at teenage discos, we won't disclose anything further.
'It's October 3rd.'
On this day, every year, on October 3rd, echoes of 'He asked me what day it was' can be heard through every college in Ireland.
'On Wednesdays we wear pink.'
I feel this applies more than most, as today is in fact, a Wednesday.
'Stop trying to make fetch happen.'
There's always that one friend with a catchphrase that sounds shite. In order to shush them 'fetch' is always the way forward.
'Boo, you whore.'
When a mate cancels on you last minute.
'I want my pink shirt back!'
Anyone with a sister knows this feeling.
'So, you have your cousins, and then you have your first cousins, and then you have your second cousins...'
The cousin debate is one that has baffled Irish families for centuries. No one understands it and no one cares.
'There's a 30% chance that it's already raining!'
It's Ireland, so this is probably a bit of an understatement actually.
'God. My hips are huge!'
This, as well as 'why am I so fat', is the reason why Irish women are always late for everything.
'There are NO rules in the house. I'm not like a *regular* mom, I'm a *cool* mom.'
We all have that friend with a mam who is more like a mate, and sometimes is preferred over said friend.
'I know it may look like I was being like a bitch, but that's only because I was acting like a bitch.'
The make up after every fight between girls.
And finally... 'Whatever, I'm getting cheese fries.'
No explanation required, really.