Twitter has celebrated the 10th anniversary of the movie “Mean Girls” with the hashtag #MeanGirls10thAnniversary trending on Twitter this morning.
The 2004 film directed by Mark Waters featured a not yet permanently trashed Lindsay Lohan, along with Rachel McAdams in her late 20s pretending to be a high school girl.
The movie was made on a budget of $17 million, and made $129 million at the box office worldwide.
Twitter users flooded the site with messages, including some suggesting that people should wear pink April 30th to mark the occasion.
"On Wednesday we wear pink" who's on that today then? #MeanGirls10thAnniversary
— Dan Ferrari-Lane (@DanFerrariLane) April 30, 2014
It's been exactly 10 years and 'fetch' still hasn't happened. #MeanGirls10thAnniversary
— Saraॐ (@SaraParamo) April 30, 2014
#MeanGirls10thAnniversary <3 pic.twitter.com/n374kalfff
— 6MORE is coming ⚫️????⚫️ (@JorgeDWilliams) April 30, 2014
— Anyssia (@heavenlyvegas) April 30, 2014