Clueless is EASILY my favorite movie and it should probably be yours too. I've seen it so many times that even my dad can quote it. Not only are the costumes and music fabulously 90s, but Cher Horowitz is one of the most entertaining and educational characters ever created. The hidden life lessons sprinkled through the movie are what makes it so great so here are a few of my favorites that helped me get through my
5. "when your allergies act up take out your nose ring!"
- So I don't actually have a nose ring, but overall this is really good advice that applies to all things fashion. If your feet hurt, skip the heels or they'll ruin your night. Looking good isn't worth risking your health.
- college students are notoriously narcissistic. There's just something about going to school that makes you think you're the most important person on the planet and all of your problems are bigger than everyone else. Take some time to help out others, whether it's something as little as lending someone a pencil or emailing them your notes, or putting the extra time in to getting donations for your sorority's philanthropy event. There's just something about helping other people that makes you feel good.
3."in some parts of the universe, maybe not in contempo-casual, but in some parts, it's considered cool to know what's going on in the world."
- In college it stops being ok to be ignorant about politics, news and current events. It won't kill you to watch the news and at the very least you can skim newspaper headlines a few times a week. There are few things more embarrassing then being the only one in a group who has no idea what everyone is talking about and there's really no excuse.
- This one is probably the hardest to remember. Everything is fine in moderation....of course you're going to party. It's college. But you also have to go to class and be a functioning member of society. Keep that in mind next time your day-rage turns into a 3 day binge.
- The most important skill I learned from clueless and the only reason I got through school. Talk to your teachers!! Show up to office hours a few times, raise your hand during class once in a while and theres pretty much no limit to what you can convince your teachers to do.
So there you go. 5 little tid bits of advice from the greatest movie ever made!