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* Mihaya, Miyoko and Hiroka from ''NaruTaru'' are under the "orders" of one ''really'' nasty AlphaBitch named Aki Honda. [[spoiler: When one of their victims, Hiroko, gets sick of it and acquires a "mon" named Oni... Aki and Mihaya die in very gruesome manners, Hiroka gets thrown out a window, and Miyoko survives, but loses a leg.]]
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* Mihaya, Miyoko and Hiroka from ''NaruTaru'' ''Manga/NaruTaru'' are under the "orders" of one ''really'' nasty AlphaBitch named Aki Honda. [[spoiler: When one of their victims, Hiroko, gets sick of it and acquires a "mon" named Oni... Aki and Mihaya die in very gruesome manners, Hiroka gets thrown out a window, and Miyoko survives, but loses a leg.]]
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* Film/LiloAndStitch gives us Mertle Edmonds and her droogs. Further showcased in the tv series.
31st Jan '16 11:11:45 PM Whipsmart
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* The Brat Pack from Fanfic/SeventyTwoHours.
29th Dec '15 11:32:19 AM StFan
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** Main antagonists the Dazzlings look like one, with Adagio Dazzle as the AlphaBith, Aria Blaze as the BetaBitch, and Sonata Dusk as the BrainlessBeauty. However, they are more sinister than usual for this trope.
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** Main antagonists the Dazzlings look like one, with Adagio Dazzle as the AlphaBith, AlphaBitch, Aria Blaze as the BetaBitch, and Sonata Dusk as the BrainlessBeauty. However, they are more sinister than usual for this trope.

* The Pink Ladies in ''Film/{{Grease}}'', to a degree. ** This movie actually had ''two'' sets of such posses (actually four, if you count both male and female). On the one side for each sex was the contingent of more prototypically 1950s kids who dress like model students, act (superficially) polite, and suck up to all the authority figures they can. Then there are the Pink Ladies and their male counterparts, the T-Birds, who wear tight pants and jackets, smoke, swear, play mean-spirited pranks, and generally act rude. Both cliques are shown to be flawed, but it's implied that [[SlobsVersusSnobs the Pink Ladies are somewhat less flawed]] [[AtLeastIAdmitIt because they're at least honest about their shortcomings]]. The lesson, I guess, is that it's not really fashion or attitude that makes you cool, but a lack of hypocrisy. *** This dynamic was [[AffectionateParody affectionately parodied]] in Creator/JohnWaters's ''Film/CryBaby''. Despite coming from rather damaged backgrounds, the "Drakes" are completely tolerant and well-meaning while the "squares" border on sociopathic. Accordiing to John Waters, there [[TruthInTelevision actually were]] both "Squares" and "Drakes" in Baltimore around that time.
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* The Pink Ladies in ''Film/{{Grease}}'', to a degree. ** degree. This movie actually had ''two'' sets of such posses (actually four, if you count both male and female). On the one side for each sex was the contingent of more prototypically 1950s kids who dress like model students, act (superficially) polite, and suck up to all the authority figures they can. Then there are the Pink Ladies and their male counterparts, the T-Birds, who wear tight pants and jackets, smoke, swear, play mean-spirited pranks, and generally act rude. Both cliques are shown to be flawed, but it's implied that [[SlobsVersusSnobs the Pink Ladies are somewhat less flawed]] [[AtLeastIAdmitIt because they're at least honest about their shortcomings]]. The lesson, I guess, is that it's not really fashion or attitude that makes you cool, but a lack of hypocrisy. *** * This dynamic was [[AffectionateParody affectionately parodied]] in Creator/JohnWaters's ''Film/CryBaby''. Despite coming from rather damaged backgrounds, the "Drakes" are completely tolerant and well-meaning while the "squares" border on sociopathic. Accordiing to John Waters, there [[TruthInTelevision actually were]] both "Squares" and "Drakes" in Baltimore around that time.

** Fellow Diva revolutionaries Team B.A.D. and Team PCB could count as well, though the latter is more likable.
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** * Fellow Diva revolutionaries Team B.A.D. and Team PCB could count as well, though the latter is more likable.

* The bird girls in ''[[{{Theatre/Seussical}} Seussical The Musical]]'' are Mayzie's girl posse as well as being a GreekChorus * ''CyranoDeBergerac'': This play is not set in high school, but De Guiche has the SpearCounterpart to the Girl Posse: The Cool Crowd, a crowd of hangers-on who bow to his every whim and help him victimize whomever he decides to pick on (or, in the case of Viscount De Valvert, they at least try to help De Guiche victimize Roxane and Cyrano). Lampshaded by the Marquises in Act I, Scene III, when one of them recognizes they donít like De Guiche, but itís best to make their bow to him: --> '''First marquis''' ''(watching De Guiche, who comes down from Roxane's box, and crosses the pit surrounded by obsequious noblemen, among them the Viscount de Valvert)'': He pays a fine court, your De Guiche! --> '''Second Marquis''': Faugh!. . .Another Gascon! -->'''First Marquis''': Ay, but the cold, supple Gasconóthat is the stuff success is made of! \\
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* The bird girls in ''[[{{Theatre/Seussical}} ''[[Theatre/{{Seussical}} Seussical The Musical]]'' are Mayzie's girl posse as well as being a GreekChorus * ''CyranoDeBergerac'': ''Theatre/CyranoDeBergerac'': This play is not set in high school, but De Guiche has the SpearCounterpart to the Girl Posse: The Cool Crowd, a crowd of hangers-on who bow to his every whim and help him victimize whomever he decides to pick on (or, in the case of Viscount De Valvert, they at least try to help De Guiche victimize Roxane and Cyrano). Lampshaded by the Marquises in Act I, Scene III, when one of them recognizes they donít don't like De Guiche, but itís it's best to make their bow to him: --> '''First marquis''' ''(watching -->'''First marquis:''' (''watching De Guiche, who comes down from Roxane's box, and crosses the pit surrounded by obsequious noblemen, among them the Viscount de Valvert)'': Valvert'') He pays a fine court, your De Guiche! --> Guiche!\\ '''Second Marquis''': Faugh!. . .Marquis:''' Faugh!... Another Gascon! -->'''First Marquis''': Gascon!\\ '''First Marquis:''' Ay, but the cold, supple Gasconóthat Gascon -- that is the stuff success is made of! \\

* ''VisualNovel/LittleBusters'' has the softball juniors for [[TheOjou Sasami]]. Each time Rin fights with Sasami, she must battle them first: they're weak, and hold half-eaten food owned by Sasami to heal themselves. Apart from this and, at one point, [[KickTheDog kicking a cat]] to enrage [[KindheartedCatLover Rin]], they do exactly nothing plot-worthy. Riki even refers to them as minions at one point.

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[[folder:Visual Novels]] * ''VisualNovel/LittleBusters'' has the softball juniors for [[TheOjou Sasami]]. Each time Rin fights with Sasami, she must battle them first: they're weak, and hold half-eaten food owned by Sasami to heal themselves. Apart from this and, at one point, [[KickTheDog kicking a cat]] to enrage [[KindheartedCatLover Rin]], they do exactly nothing plot-worthy. Riki even refers to them as minions at one point.point. [[/folder]]
13th Dec '15 5:08:15 AM StFan
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* In the beginning of the series, Sae from ''Manga/PeachGirl'' basically had the ''whole school'' under her finger, most of the guys were head over heels for her, and some of the girls would frequently compliment her and follow her around. * Nanami's trio of flunkies in ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', although they are more independent than usual (specially Keiko). ** That's for the anime only. Nanami doesn't appear in the manga in person (Only in a photo.), and the role of the posse is taken over by some real bitches.
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* In the beginning of the series, Sae from ''Manga/PeachGirl'' basically had has the ''whole school'' under her finger, most finger. Most of the guys were are head over heels for her, and some of the girls would frequently compliment her and follow her around. * ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'': ** Nanami's trio of flunkies in ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', flunkies, although they are more independent than usual (specially Keiko). ** That's for the anime only. Nanami doesn't appear in the manga in person (Only (only in a photo.), photo), and the role of the posse is taken over by some real bitches.

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[[folder:Fanfiction]] * In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/9406757/12/One-Misfired-Spell-Later One Misfired Spell Later]]'' Fleur Delacour had one at Beauxbatons.
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[[folder:Fanfiction]] [[folder:Comic Strips]] * In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/9406757/12/One-Misfired-Spell-Later One Misfired Spell Later]]'' Fleur Delacour had one at Beauxbatons.The aptly named "Posse" (Zuma, Redondo, and [=LaJolla=]) in ''ComicStrip/{{Zits}}'', although they tend to be gossips more than bullies. * Lucy, [[ThoseTwoGuys Patty, Violet]] and occasionally Frieda were an elementary-school version of this trope in ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}''.

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[[folder:Film]][[folder:Fan Works]] * In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/9406757/12/One-Misfired-Spell-Later One Misfired Spell Later]]'' Fleur Delacour has one at Beauxbatons. * Cho is almost constantly surrounded by Lavender and Pansy in ''Theatre/AVeryPotterMusical'', similar to what she was portrayed as having in ''Literature/HarryPotter''. [[/folder]] [[folder:Films -- Animation]] * ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsRainbowRocks'': ** Main antagonists the Dazzlings look like one, with Adagio Dazzle as the AlphaBith, Aria Blaze as the BetaBitch, and Sonata Dusk as the BrainlessBeauty. However, they are more sinister than usual for this trope. ** Photo Finish and Trixie Lulamoon have two cronies each respectively, and are also antagonistic in this movie, although this is mostly the result of the Dazzlings' influence. Without this, they are more or less ordinary girls. [[/folder]] [[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]

[[folder:Newspaper Comics]] * The aptly named 'Posse' (Zuma, Redondo, and [=LaJolla=]) in ''{{Zits}}'', although they tend to be gossips more than bullies. * Lucy, [[ThoseTwoGuys Patty, Violet]] and occasionally Frieda were an elementary-school version of this trope in ''{{Peanuts}}''. [[/folder]] [[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
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[[folder:Newspaper Comics]] * The aptly named 'Posse' (Zuma, Redondo, and [=LaJolla=]) in ''{{Zits}}'', although they tend to be gossips more than bullies. * Lucy, [[ThoseTwoGuys Patty, Violet]] and occasionally Frieda were an elementary-school version of this trope in ''{{Peanuts}}''. [[/folder]] [[folder:Professional [[folder:Pro Wrestling]]

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[[folder:Webcomics]] * ''Webcomic/EerieCuties'': Melissa Hellrune ([[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/(chapter_9)_big_girls_do_not_cry pictured here]]) was the leader of her own clique [[AllGhoulsSchool at Charybdis Heights.]] As seen, she antagonized Layla Delacroix, by trying to dethrone her as the school's most popular girl and [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/(preferably_me) plotted to steal her boyfriend]] while she was at it. * Before her fall from grace, Morita in ''RedString'' had a couple of lackeys-- one with pigtails and one with short black hair. They followed her around and almost never said anything, but giggled and smirked at Morita's cruelty.
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[[folder:Webcomics]] [[folder:Web Animation]] * In ''WebAnimation/TheCrazyKidsOfGrade5'', Kelly is surrounded by her posse of Shelley and Nelly. [[/folder]] [[folder:Web Comics]] * ''Webcomic/EerieCuties'': Melissa Hellrune ([[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/(chapter_9)_big_girls_do_not_cry pictured here]]) was is the leader of her own clique [[AllGhoulsSchool at Charybdis Heights.]] As seen, she antagonized antagonizes Layla Delacroix, by trying to dethrone her as the school's most popular girl and [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/(preferably_me) plotted plots to steal her boyfriend]] while she was is at it. * Before her fall from grace, Morita in ''RedString'' ''Webcomic/RedString'' had a couple of lackeys-- lackeys -- one with pigtails and one with short black hair. They followed her around and almost never said anything, but giggled and smirked at Morita's cruelty.

* ''PennyAndAggie'' has Penny's group consisting of Sara, Michelle, and later also Katy-Ann and Brandi, who [[SubvertedTrope Subverts]] the trope since the girls actually care about each other. It is however PlayedStraight with Karen's Meg, Samantha, Charlotte and Cyndi.
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* ''PennyAndAggie'' ''Webcomic/PennyAndAggie'' has Penny's group consisting of Sara, Michelle, and later also Katy-Ann and Brandi, who [[SubvertedTrope Subverts]] the trope since the girls actually care about each other. It is however PlayedStraight with Karen's Meg, Samantha, Charlotte and Cyndi.

* In ''EverydayHeroes'', Goldie was the queen of Jane's high school. The trope is somewhat subverted in that Goldie seemed to be a benevolent despot. Jane was set to inherit the title during her senior year [[spoiler: until she dropped out of school]]. * ''{{Drowtales}}'': [[http://www.drowtales.com/mainarchive.php?id=413 from left to right]]: [[TheChick Kyo]], [[LovableAlphaBitch Chrys]], [[EmotionlessGirl Naal]], [[ServileSnarker Shinae]], and [[TheLadette Kiel]]. Subverted when [[spoiler: Chrys and Kyo are wrongfully imprisoned, Naal turns out to be the IllGirl, Shinae is shown to be a JerkassWoobie, and Kiel's [[HeroWithAnFInGood dream]] job is to be the [[FourthWallObserver series]]' KnightInShiningArmor.]]
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* In ''EverydayHeroes'', ''Webcomic/EverydayHeroes'', Goldie was the queen of Jane's high school. The trope is somewhat subverted in that Goldie seemed to be a benevolent despot. Jane was set to inherit the title during her senior year [[spoiler: until [[spoiler:until she dropped out of school]]. * ''{{Drowtales}}'': ''Webcomic/{{Drowtales}}'': [[http://www.drowtales.com/mainarchive.php?id=413 from left to right]]: [[TheChick Kyo]], [[LovableAlphaBitch Chrys]], [[EmotionlessGirl Naal]], [[ServileSnarker Shinae]], and [[TheLadette Kiel]]. Subverted when [[spoiler: Chrys and Kyo are wrongfully imprisoned, Naal turns out to be the IllGirl, Shinae is shown to be a JerkassWoobie, and Kiel's [[HeroWithAnFInGood dream]] job is to be the [[FourthWallObserver series]]' KnightInShiningArmor.]]

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* Cho is almost constantly surrounded by Lavender and Pansy in ''AVeryPotterMusical'', similar to what she was portrayed as having in ''Literature/HarryPotter''. * WhateleyUniverse examples: at SuperheroSchool Whateley Academy, Solange has her Girl Posse of Flicker and Fade. Hekate has her own posse of Spellbinder and Conjure [[spoiler: until she's forced to flee from a Sidhe curse]], and the Yellow Queen has the rest of the Whateley Martial Arts Cheerleaders (even though Whateley has no intermural sports teams). * In ''TheCrazyKidsOfGrade5'', Kelly is surrounded by her posse of Shelley and Nelly.
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* Cho is almost constantly surrounded by Lavender and Pansy in ''AVeryPotterMusical'', similar to what she was portrayed as having in ''Literature/HarryPotter''. * WhateleyUniverse ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'' examples: at SuperheroSchool Whateley Academy, Solange has her Girl Posse of Flicker and Fade. Hekate has her own posse of Spellbinder and Conjure [[spoiler: until she's forced to flee from a Sidhe curse]], and the Yellow Queen has the rest of the Whateley Martial Arts Cheerleaders (even though Whateley has no intermural sports teams). * In ''TheCrazyKidsOfGrade5'', Kelly is surrounded by her posse of Shelley and Nelly.teams).

* [[AlphaBitch Mandy]] and her [[FlatCharacter two best friends]], Dominique and Caitlin, in ''TotallySpies''. Mandy didn't seem to have any friends outside of them, because whenever she wasn't with either one or both of them, she didn't really hang out with anyone else (Dominique and Caitlin seemed closer to each other than to Mandy). ** [[spoiler: Dominique and Caitlin got written out of the series after the first episode of the fifth season, and got replaced by Mandy's cousin, ''Mindy'', who's basically just like Mandy, except she's a DarkSkinnedBlonde with a Southern accent]].
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* ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'': [[AlphaBitch Mandy]] and her [[FlatCharacter two best friends]], Dominique and Caitlin, in ''TotallySpies''. Caitlin. Mandy didn't seem to have any friends outside of them, because whenever she wasn't with either one or both of them, she didn't really hang out with anyone else (Dominique and Caitlin seemed closer to each other than to Mandy). ** [[spoiler: Dominique Mandy). [[spoiler:Dominique and Caitlin got written out of the series after the first episode of the fifth season, and got replaced by Mandy's cousin, ''Mindy'', who's basically just like Mandy, except she's a DarkSkinnedBlonde with a Southern accent]].

* In ''AsToldByGinger'' things are turned on their heads a little, while Courtney Gripling is the leader of the Lucky Junior High girl posse it is her second-in-command, Miranda Killgallen, who acts like the AlphaBitch. Courtney herself is the LovableAlphaBitch who has several satellites following her around. * The show ''AngelaAnaconda'' had Nanette Manoire and the Copy-Cat Clone Club, who, whenever Nanette came up with a plan, the first would typically say, "That's a great idea!" And the second would parrot, "Well, I think that's a great idea EVEN MORE".
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* In ''AsToldByGinger'' ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger'' things are turned on their heads a little, while Courtney Gripling is the leader of the Lucky Junior High girl posse it is her second-in-command, Miranda Killgallen, who acts like the AlphaBitch. Courtney herself is the LovableAlphaBitch who has several satellites following her around. * The show ''AngelaAnaconda'' had ''WesternAnimation/AngelaAnaconda'' has Nanette Manoire and the Copy-Cat Clone Club, who, whenever Nanette came up with a plan, the first would typically say, "That's a great idea!" And the second would parrot, "Well, I think that's a great idea EVEN MORE".

* Heather's Alliance qualifies as one in ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland''. * Averted in ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible''--there, neither the AlphaBitch Bonnie nor [[TheCheerleader head cheerleader]] Kim has any kind of girl posse. ** Though some fanfics tend to place the cheerleaders [[http://images3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20110205041545/kimpossible/images/0/00/Hope.jpg Hope]] and [[http://images3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20110205043706/kimpossible/images/1/1b/Jessica.jpg Jessica]] as Bonnie's posse. * ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' both uses this and subverts it; Azula's posse are fully realized characters in their own right, and [[LadyOfWar Mai]] and [[CloudCuckooLander Ty]] [[SheFu Lee]] are not [[PsychoSupporter exactly enthusiastic supporters]]. In fact, they ''have'' largely been told by the would-be-future ruler of the world that they have no choice, Mai's [[EmotionlessGirl boredom with life]] aside. Despite this, and their eventual, perhaps inevitable break with her, they ''are'' a [[DarkActiongirl terrifically efficient fighting force]], and are wise enough to keep their ruthless leader happy, as far as she can be. To their opponents, their front must seem incredibly unified and as intimidating as any group of mindless minions, even when the target is not cornered by a locker or such. ** Another (very minor) Girl Posse appears in the episode ''Tales Of Ba Sing Se'', where they pick on Toph and call her ugly. Though Toph and Katara deal with them and send them packing in the end.
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* Heather's Alliance qualifies as one in ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland''. ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama Island''. * Averted in ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible''--there, ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' -- there, neither the AlphaBitch Bonnie nor [[TheCheerleader head cheerleader]] Kim has any kind of girl posse. ** posse. Though some fanfics tend to place the cheerleaders [[http://images3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20110205041545/kimpossible/images/0/00/Hope.jpg Hope]] and [[http://images3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20110205043706/kimpossible/images/1/1b/Jessica.jpg Jessica]] as Bonnie's posse. * ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' both uses this and subverts it; it. ** Azula's posse are fully realized characters in their own right, and [[LadyOfWar Mai]] and [[CloudCuckooLander Ty]] [[SheFu Lee]] are not [[PsychoSupporter exactly enthusiastic supporters]]. In fact, they ''have'' largely been told by the would-be-future ruler of the world that they have no choice, Mai's [[EmotionlessGirl boredom with life]] aside. Despite this, and their eventual, perhaps inevitable break with her, they ''are'' a [[DarkActiongirl terrifically efficient fighting force]], and are wise enough to keep their ruthless leader happy, as far as she can be. To their opponents, their front must seem incredibly unified and as intimidating as any group of mindless minions, even when the target is not cornered by a locker or such. ** Another (very minor) Girl Posse appears in the episode ''Tales Of "Tales of Ba Sing Se'', Se", where they pick on Toph and call her ugly. Though Toph and Katara deal with them and send them packing in the end.

* Paige Logan from ''{{Grossology}}'' is usually accompanied by a pair of sidegirls. In one episode, she orders them to floss her teeth (to their credit, they refuse).
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* Paige Logan from ''{{Grossology}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Grossology}}'' is usually accompanied by a pair of sidegirls. In one episode, she orders them to floss her teeth (to their credit, they refuse).

* ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries'', Gem is usually accompanied by a group of girls, and likes to yell orders to them.
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* ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries'', ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries'': Gem is usually accompanied by a group of girls, and likes to yell orders to them.
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[[quoteright:250:[[Film/MeanGirls http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/mean_girls_picture.bmp]]]] [[caption-width-right:250: [- "[[MakeWayForThePrincess Out of the way]], [[ThisIsForEmphasisBitch bitches!]] We're hot and popular - you're ''not''." [[note]]'''From left to right:''' The NaiveNewcomer, the BrainlessBeauty, the AlphaBitch, and the BetaBitch.[[/note]] See MakeWayForThePrincess for what happens next. -] ]]
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[[quoteright:250:[[Film/MeanGirls [[quoteright:295:[[Film/MeanGirls http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/mean_girls_picture.bmp]]]] [[caption-width-right:250: org/pmwiki/pub/images/mean_girls_posse.jpg]]]] [[caption-width-right:295: [- "[[MakeWayForThePrincess Out of the way]], [[ThisIsForEmphasisBitch bitches!]] We're hot and popular - you're ''not''." [[note]]'''From left to right:''' The NaiveNewcomer, the BrainlessBeauty, the AlphaBitch, and the BetaBitch.[[/note]] See MakeWayForThePrincess for what happens next. -] ]]
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* The bird girls in ''SeussicalTheMusical'' are Mayzie's girl posse as well as being a GreekChorus
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* The bird girls in ''SeussicalTheMusical'' ''[[{{Theatre/Seussical}} Seussical The Musical]]'' are Mayzie's girl posse as well as being a GreekChorus
21st Nov '15 9:04:08 PM Willbyr
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* Ami, Emi, Umi, and, at least in the beginning, Aki in ''SailorNothing''.
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* Ami, Emi, Umi, and, at least in the beginning, Aki in ''SailorNothing''.''Literature/SailorNothing''.
12th Nov '15 11:05:44 AM Kakai
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* ''Webcomic/AliceAndTheNightmare'' has Elsie, Tillie and Lacie of the "mean girl" variety - they latch onto Alice as the Queen's protege and practice FantasticRacism against Edith.
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