Welcome to the Mean Girls Trivia Template! Are you a fan of the cult classic 2004 comedy Mean Girls? Whether you quote it constantly or just laughed at the iconic “You Go Glen Coco” scene, you’re in the right place! This template is designed to test your knowledge of the film with 100 questions – let’s see how much of a Mean Girls expert you really are. From the iconic Plastics to Gretchen Wieners’ “fetch” attempt, this template covers it all! Can you ace the trivia? Let’s find out!
1) What animal does Gretchen Wieners have a sticker of on the back of her car?
2) What is the name of Aaron Samuels’ girlfriend?
3) What type of store does Cady work in over the summer?
4) What does Cady mean when she says, “Gretchen, stop trying to make fetch happen”?
5) What does Cady do in the plastics' lunchroom to make them angry?
6) What is the name of the school where Cady goes?
7) What game do the plastics bring to the house party?
8) What does Cady make for her art project?
9) What type of animal does Damian call himself?
10) What is the name of the girl that Cady falls for?
11) What color is the “Burn Book”?
12) What is the name of the school fundraiser that the plastics organize?
13) What is the name of the national mathematics competition that Cady wins?
14) What does the plastic’s leader Regina George do when Cady won’t let her copy her homework?
15) What type of animal does Cady see in the school hallway at the beginning of the movie?
16) What type of store do Regina, Karen and Gretchen go to in order to makeover Cady?
17) What color is the shirt that the Plastics wear to school everyday?
18) What type of drink do Regina and Cady order at the party?
19) What type of fish does Damian bring to the Halloween party?
20) What does Cady say in the cafeteria that gets her in trouble?
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