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Tina Fey served fans cheese fries from a big pink van to celebrate Mean Girls Day

Whatever, I’m getting cheese fries.

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IT HAS BEEN thirteen years since Mean Girls came out in cinemas, yet somehow the quotes are still plastered over every second t-shirt in Forever 21. There’s no escape from Mean Girls quotes.

Yesterday, the regular content on your Facebook and Twitter timelines was probably punctuated by the 3rd of October scene from Mean Girls. This scene inadvertently became responsible for making the 3rd of October what is now known as Mean Girls Day.

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In contrast to the rest of the film, this moment is pretty unremarkable. However, pretty much every single line from Mean Girls became a meme eventually.

Including Regina George’s line “Whatever, I’m getting cheese fries.”

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To celebrate both Mean Girls Day and Regina George’s cheese fries, Tina Fey (who wrote Mean Girls, if you have been living under a rock for thirteen years) took to the streets of New York City to hand out some cheese fries.

In a special pink van, she pulled up near fans who were waiting to buy tickets to the Mean Girls musical, which will come to Broadway next year.

Lindsay Lohan’s absolutely sweating for a sequel, yet here they are, making it a musical.

Fans of Mean Girls really enjoyed the gesture. Even though 11am is a ridiculous hour of the morning to eat cheese fries.

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There are so many potential Mean Girls quotes for this scenario. On Tuesdays we eat cheese fries.

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