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As a Member of The Plastics, the Mean Girls Find Comparing their Clique to Sororities “Highly Offensive”

 

The Black Sheep visited North Shore High School, where many students were distraught after a meme was posted comparing the school’s popular clique The Plastics to specific sorority houses at UC Berkeley.

“As a member of a clique and a part of the Plastics this is highly offensive,” said Plastics member Regina George. She was, however, flattered that she was compared to the top house, continuing her reign into college.

“Cliques at North Shore High School make it their goal to give woman a place to feel comfortable as well as better the community. Comparing specific cliques to girls from sororities who are bullies is absurd and beyond inaccurate,” said Plastics member Gretchen Wieners. She was, however, flattered that she was compared to the vaguely ethnic house.

“Making the claim that cliques are sororities is demeaning the Mean Girls and values they are founded on,” said Plastics member Karen Smith. She was, however, flattered that she was compared to the vapid house.

“This is clearly a stab at a clique on campus that does nothing but support the rest of the student body,” said Plastics member Cady Heron. She was, however, flattered that she was compared to the house that’s sort of nice.

Students were so offended administrators had to hold a school-wide intervention in the gym. When asked, “How many of you have ever felt personally victimized by UC Berkeley Memes for Edgy Teens?” nearly every girl raised their hands.

Wieners told The Black Sheep she was disappointed that the meme went viral, while “fetch” didn’t.

Student Aaron Samuels commented, “I don’t get the big deal. I just hope Dano makes a meme about me being in KA.”

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