my youngest son's favorite movie is "mean girls". he'll watch it any time it is on and can just about quote the whole thing from memory.
unrelated, there is a little boy who sits at his table at school that he claims is mean to him. about half the time, he'll come home and say his day was, "awful" because of something ayann (the other kid) did or said to him. we've talked to the teacher, and she is trying to have the boys sort it out amongst themselves as an exercise in problem solving. turns out the kid has told hudson that he's moving to new york, so it could solve itself in short order.
hudson is in a phase right now where all he wants to do is write and make lists on paper. could be a list of states, a list of teachers' names, or what have you. if you left him to his own devices and an unlimited supply of paper, he'd bury himself and the whole kitchen table inside of a weekend. what this results in is his parents having to weed through and get rid of 90% of his output every other day in order to avoid living like hoarders.
last week, my wife found one piece of paper that read, "ayann, you are mean and everybody hates you. even your family hates you. you are a fugly slut".
as it was sitting on our kitchen table, he obviously didn't give it to the kid, but a conversation was required. i had to tell him that if i'm going to let him watch movies like mean girls, he cannot go around using the grown-up terms that he hears in them. then i told him that we only call girls sluts, not boys. it's important to use our slang and insults correctly.