Mean-GIrls

heniareth  asked:

I was thinking about Yeo Wool's fan the other day like why does he carry it with himself all the time? And then I remembered that one Mean Girls quote about the hair full of secrets and came to the conclusion that Yeo Wool wouldn't carry secrets around in his hair, the boy clearly loves it and secrets would only ruin it. The secrets are all in his fan. That's why he never lets go of it. What do you think?

Oh my god that’s genius. “That’s why his fan is so big. It’s full of secrets.” 

Originally posted by hhansung

I actually made a Mean Girls kind of caption thing with Hwarang a while ago but I had Ban Ryu as Gretchen instead. I should have done Yeo Wool since it fits him better. But at the time I just started Hwarang and I didn’t know what I was doing. lol. So instead of “That’s why his fan is so big” it’s “That’s why his brows are so big.” 

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Calling somebody else fat won’t make you any skinnier. Calling someone stupid doesn’t make you any smarter. And ruining Regina George’s life definitely didn’t make me any happier. All you can do in life is try to solve the problem in front of you. - Mean Girls (2004) dir. Mark Waters

Tips for Dealing with Mean Friends

1. First, decide to love and believe in yourself, and to see your worth and value as a person. Don’t allow the rudeness or cruelty of others erode your personal respect for yourself.

2. Next, don’t allow the actions or words of other people make you feel as if you really don’t belong. It’s better to detach, and to choose to be with others, than to spend time with “friends” who are going to treat you badly.

3. Knowing that, decide not to treat them the way that they treat you. Don’t lower your standards – you’re more mature than that.

4. Don’t acknowledge their messages or answer their calls. Don’t take part in their plans, or do things that they suggest.

5. Make sure you have excuses to not hang out with them – but make sure your excuses are always plausible (For example, you have too much homework, you need to go to soccer practice, you need to do stuff with your family, or don’t have any time).

6. If you happen to see them: smile, say “hi” … then keep on walking. You don’t want to get pulled into some drama with them.

7. Ignore them if they’re rude, or sarcastic and mean. They want you to react, and to feel hurt and rejected.

8. Find a different group of friends who will value who you are – who will always treat you well, and who do things you enjoy.