Im Not Like a Regular Mom. Im a Cool Mom: Mean Girls Inspired Journal by Alicia Renee
“I’m not like a regular mom. I’m a cool mom.”
Sign in. Happy hour is from four to six! Cady : Um, is there alcohol in this? George : Oh, God, honey, no! What kind of mother do you think I am? Why, do you want a little bit?
George is one of the main characters in the movie Mean Girls. She is portrayed by Amy Poehler. She is the wife of much older Mr. George and the mother of Regina and Kylie. She describes herself as a 'cool mom' and often acts like a teenager - letting minors drink in the house, provocatively dancing in public and she even offered Regina condoms after she brought Shane Oman at her house. She makes her first appearance in the George family mansion, after the Plastics , along with Cady , come back from school. She first greets Regina's friends as if they are her friends whom she is casually hanging out with.
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Lorelai Gilmore, Claire Dunphy, and Tami Taylor are great, I guess, but there is one on-screen mom who makes them all seem like measly, unimpressive freshmen plastic wannabes, and that person, obviously, is Mrs. George, mom to the ever-flawless Regina George. This perfect specimen of human, with her affinity for velour track suits and thirst for , taught me all the truly meaningful things I needed to know growing up — like how happy hour is from 4 to 6, and that it's infinitely important to always have snacks nearby if you plan on hooking up. She's also the wise woman responsible for explaining ever so sagely that, at the end of the day, there are really only two types of people in this world: regular moms, and cool moms. And if there's anything I love better than a well-timed Mean Girls reference , it's an amazingly cool mom. Of course, if I'm being honest, all moms are cool moms. Anyone who manages to not be even a little grossed out after watching you throw up on yourself over and over and over again automatically wins cool points in my book — but some moms are just ultra hip.