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->''"Okay, fine''
->''Fer sure, fer sure''
->''She's a valley girl''
->''And there is no cure"''
-->--'''Music/FrankZappa''', ''Valley Girl'' - ''Music/ShipArrivingTooLateToSaveADrowningWitch''.

Oh my God! I'm, like, so totally glad to see you!

Except you. Put some pants on, already! Gross!

[[VerbalTic Like]], anyway, I'm what some of you, {{like|IsLikeAComma}}, call a "[[StockParody Stalk Parody]] Character", and yes, there are some totally creepy guys who--

Oh, "''Stock'' Parody Character"! I am SOOOOOO completely embarrassed! I gotta watch out for [[{{Malaproper}} homophobes]]. Wait, that's, like, something else.

So if you want to, like, put someone like me in a story, you need these four totally important traits. Leave one out, and you just have some cheap knockoff of me, and that would just be, like, ''so'' tacky. Oh my God.
# [[UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents The way I talk is, like, way important.]] Aside from my fabulous clothes, it's the easiest way to tell it's my hot self. You can do, like, degrees of it, but if I don't hear a hint of it, you're not truly from The Valley. Go, like, ''screw yourself'', impostor!
# I am ''so'' [[TheFashionista fashion conscious]], everybody. See what I'm wearing? Does any of it, like, clash? I don't ''think so''! Unlike those skanky bitches on ''Series/SexAndTheCity'', I don't throw on just anything I feel like. A dress isn't like a car. You can't just, like, turn the key and drive off. It's like the space shuttle, or something. Everything has to be, you know, totally perfect before takeoff.
# [[TheDitz Some people say I'm dumb]], and I say those people are fat. But I just, like, don't have room in my head for too much. I mean, UsefulNotes/TheAmericanRevolution was what, like, a hundred years ago? All the available Revlon lipstick colors are around ''right now''. [[BookDumb I think we all know which is more important.]]
# ...right? Yeah, 4. Being rich, is like, totally awesome, but you just need a good credit card. And if there isn't [[TheMall a mall]] or shopping district to hang out, or something, there should be some good stores around to shop in. If there isn't either, you totally have my sympathies. Heck, give my friends and me a call, and [[SpoiledSweet we'll help you move]]. [[SincerityMode I am so, like, dead serious.]] Towns like that are for, like, ''no one''.

Okay, even though I'm best known for being from UsefulNotes/{{California}}, I can be, like, global, or something. The Valley isn't like, just in [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Fernando_Valley the Valley.]] Oh my God, was that like, totally deep or something?

Oh, and I totally know that I'm, like, not a real person in real life, or anything. I'm some kind of stereotype, you know, like parroting teens in TheEighties and TheNineties, or some junk. Sometimes people like to use me as like, an example for like, how kids don't know how to, you know, speak well, or something? And I'm also, like, intertwined with the DumbBlonde troop now, I mean trope. And I don't care what what Mitzy Connor said, this is NOT a dye job! Puhleez!

Anyway, compare TotallyRadical, TheDitz, SurferDude (who's, like, totally hot, couldn't you just die?), BrainlessBeauty, RichInDollarsPoorInSense, {{Socialite}}, and some junk.

Also, totally not related to that UncannyValleyGirl. She's, like, ''soooooo'' weird. For sure!
!!{{Like|IsLikeAComma}}, Examples (totally):


* Played with in Creator/ParisHilton's [[http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/64ad536a6d/paris-hilton-responds-to-mccain-ad-from-paris-hilton-adam-ghost-panther-mckay-and-chris-henchy parody presidential campaign.]]
* Some advertisements in the UK promoting imported American teen dramas will use Valley Girl-esque voiceovers. Can get very annoying when they're on every ad break.
---> "[=HellooOOOOooo=] it's your mom!"

[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* The NA Creator/DiC dub of ''Manga/SailorMoon'' used valley girl slang for the first two seasons. "I'm outie!" and "Whatevah!" were frequently uttered, to the chagrin of the viewers. Under Cloverway, the next two seasons [[FromBadToWorse switched to gangsta]] . . .
* In the English dub of ''Manga/DNAngel'', Mio Hio was given a Valley Girl accent as a substitute for the character's GratuitousEnglish dialogue in the Japanese.
* Poland from ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' has a Nagoya highschooler dialect in the original Japanese strips, and this was translated into valley girl speak in most of the English scanlations. It's questionable if this was an accurate translation (since the dialect is seen as very rude and tomboyish when a girl speaks it) but it happened to fit his character perfectly as he's an [[WholesomeCrossdresser effeminate]], [[DumbBlonde blond]] [[CloudCuckooLander airhead.]]
* Misty's sisters talk like this in the English dub of ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}''.
** In ''Anime/PokemonMewtwoReturns'', Domino talked this way at first, [[BitchInSheepsClothing but it turned out to be an act]].
* Rather annoying, the Viz Media translation of ''Manga/HotGimmick'' turns Hatsumi (and every other female character) into a Valley Girl even though she is a quiet, unconfident and rather poor Japanese teenager (seeing middle-aged conservative Japanese housewives saying "oh my god, Asuza is, like, such a hottie" is very, very jarring).
* To translate her idiosyncratic way of speaking, Tsuruya-san in the ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' dub is given this type of accent.
* A couple of minor duelists in the English translation of ''Manga/HayateXBlade'' use Valley Girl speak.
* In ''Manga/FairyTail'', Lucy at some point finds out that she just lost her father. After visiting his grave, she goes for a walk with Natsu and Happy. As fate would have it, two Valley Girls appear soon after and bitch about how they hate their stupid, bossy, smelling fathers - right in front of Lucy who is so sad that she is not even able to cry. Natsu does not take it well.
* In the dub version of ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'', Princess Rose. (But not in the original, where she acted more like actual royalty.)
* The English dub of Anime/YurikumaArashi has Chouko Oki speak like one, with all the usual {{Verbal Tic}}s in place; every two or so words out of her mouth are punctuated with "like", "way", or, "totally". Of course, she also has the accent to boot.

* Tabby Smith of ''ComicBook/{{Nextwave}}''. Creator/WarrenEllis even makes sure to {{Lampshade}} how annoying her dialogue is:
-->'''Elsa Bloodstone''': I swear to God, nowhere on ''Earth'' do they talk like you, Tabby.
* ''ComicBook/HouseOfM'' featured a story involving the New X-Men as being part of a private academy. While many characters had similar personalities as their main universe selves, Sooraya Qadir is a radical departure as she goes from a modest, fundamentalist Muslim to a quintessential valley girl that rivals Tabitha "Boom Boom" Smith in vapidness.
* Comet Queen from ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}'' is a 31st Century version of a valley girl, one that speaks her own brand of slang, much to annoyance of nearly everyone she's around because half the time they have no idea what she's talking about.
* Toola from ''ComicBook/PocketGod'' acts like one, but [[HiddenDepths she's also very motherly]].
* ''ComicBook/XMen'': ComicBook/KittyPryde is a book smart, but has been portrayed as ditzy and slightly shallow at times. This was Flanderized almost beyond recognition in the first episodes of ''WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution''.

* The movie ''Film/ValleyGirl'', of course!
* Cher from ''Film/{{Clueless}}''.
* Romy of ''Film/RomyAndMichellesHighSchoolReunion'' is a born-again member of this group, since she walks the walk, talks the talk, but isn't rich and is actually from Arizona. (Michelle does the same things, but doesn't ''sound'' so, like, totally Valley, dihoood).
* Buffy in the original film incarnation of ''Film/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''.
* The three {{Alpha Bitch}}es in ''Film/MeanGirls''.
* The ''Franchise/StarWars'' fan-film ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pink_Five Pink Five]]'', a hilarious look at what happens when you send a Valley Girl to attack a Death Star. Two more films were made with the same character, set in each of the sequels.
* Elle and her two girlfriends in ''Film/LegallyBlonde''. Elle is an interesting variant: she has a pretty powerful intellect, it's just that she likes the lifestyle and (at first) lacks ambition.
* Samantha from ''Film/NightOfTheComet''. Her only concern throughout TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt is whether or not she'll get laid.
* For some reason, the three main girls in the ''Film/{{Halloween 2007}}'' remake were turned into this. Particularly Lynda, who added "like" and "totally" to every other sentence.
** Lynda used "like" and especially "totally" on a very regular basis in the original film as well. She's actually less of a Valley Girl in the remake, just meaner
* All the girls in ''Film/WhiteChicks'' had some form of this throughout the film. Including the Wayans. Karen, Lisa, and Tori to a lesser degree.
* A few minor characters in ''Film/InAWorld...''. Lake Bell recruits them for her vocal training service to teach them to sound like [[RealWomenDontWearDresses "women" and not "sexy babies"]].
* The mermaids in WesternAnimation/BarbieMariposa'' are obsessed with fashion and completely ignore Mariposa's attempts to ask them about the antidote. When Rayna and Rayla offer to bargain with them by giving them rare combs, they're much more interested.

* Goss and Kylie in the ''Literature/CorinnaChapman'' series are Valley Girls, but they do actually help the protagonists occasionally.
* In the Literature/PaladinOfShadows book ''A Deeper Blue'', Katya takes up this sort of persona as a disguise.
* George Alec Effinger plays with this in his stories about ''Maureen Birnbaum, Barbarian Swordsperson''. The stories are also very funny riffs on fantasy and SF stories.
%% * Erin and Shaunee from ''Literature/TheHouseOfNight'' fall into this category, but Zoey and Aphrodite do have their moments.
* In ''Literature/{{Murderess}}'', [[AlphaBitch Bridget]] and her posse are the English equivalent, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Essex_girls Essex girls]].
* In ''Literature/BeautyQueens'' [[spoiler: Shanti Singh is one, but puts on an British inflected Indian accent, as she feels that this is how the judges want to see an Indian girl. She feels too Indian for the Americans, but too American for the Indians. This is why she disguises her true Valley Girl self]].
* ''Literature/AMagesPower'': Parodied by Mia when Tiza calls her a "smiling pink haired ditz". She affects the accent while threatening to give Tiza a mission that she knows Tiza will hate. Tiza immediately recants.
* In ''Literature/BubbleWorld'', every girl in Agalinas is like this, partially due to memory erasure, partially due to an extreme focus on shopping, hair, and makeup, and partially due to the education system being tailored to their wants, not needs.
* Despite being set in London, the BridgetJones series had a twenty-something assistant named [[WhoNamesTheirKidDude Patchouli]] who behaves in a similar manner, yet subverts the trope by being very respectful (esp. to Bridget) and more competent than their incompetent and drug-addicted BadBoss Richard Finch.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* Jennifer from ''Series/SquarePegs''.
* Parodied in "deleted scenes" from ''Series/{{House}}'' where actresses, Lisa Edelstein and Jennifer Morrisson perform some of their scenes together while speaking and acting like valley girls.
-->'''Cuddy:''' You just go and you, like, write something. And then, like, you end up in this really fancy office with like a huge desk and fancy shoes and, like, people will call you and they'll be like "Omg, we like totally wanna work with Eric Foreman", and you'll be like "I have so many totally mean things to say to you."
-->'''Cameron:''' I get, like, fancy shoes?
-->'''Cuddy:''' Yeah, that's the best part.
* In the ''Series/PushingDaisies'' episode "Robbing Hood", Elise, the gold-digging wife of the VictimOfTheWeek, talks like a Valley Girl. ("Oh, my God! You think I totally did it!")
* Julie Stark from ''Series/{{Shark}}''.
* Debbie from ''Series/{{Heroes}}''. Claire herself is [[TotallyRadical kind of borderline]].
* Hilary Banks from ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir''. Even though she has all the mannerisms down, she's actually from Bel-Air and in one episode describes hell as being "like, the Valley".
* During one "Hollywood Director Game" on ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'', Colin demanded that his "actors" portray the scene again as "clueless teenage girls" - Valley Girl was the first thing on their minds, except Wayne Brady went with a [[SassyBlackWoman Sassy Black Girl]] portrayal instead.
* The original ''Series/AllThat'' had a recurring sketch called "Whateverrr!" which was a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jhNsMS-Ykg talk show hosted by two valley girls]], played by Amanda Bynes and Christy Knowings.
* ''Series/TheXFiles''. "Syzygy" shows the terrible consequences of two valley girls gaining cosmic powers.
* ''Series/XPlay'''s eighties flashback episode had Morgan Webb act like one of these.
* ''Series/DharmaAndGreg'': Dharma acted like this when [[ItMakesSenseInContext shopping for a dress to wear on a date to a prom with a high school kid]].
-->'''Shop owner:''' What's the dress for?
-->'''Dharma:''' [[ComicallyMissingThePoint For, like, my body.]]
* Jackie from ''Series/That70sShow'' has elements of this (though she's from Wisconsin).
* ''Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'' and ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'' portrayed the LoveGoddess, Aphrodite as a Valley Girl played by Alexandra Tydings.
* In the episode, "Boston Tea Party" from ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'', Zach dreams he and all his friends were the ones that participated in the titular event. In this dream, the cast is talking about the skyrocketing taxes, only for Maddie to exclaim that she may not afford the down payment on her used horse. Then, she gives us this tidbit:
-->'''Maddie:''' And I'm totally getting my license, like, this year!
** Lampshaded by Esteban when Moseby gives a skeptical look
-->'''Esteban:''' She's a Valley Forge Girl.
-->'''Moseby:''' Ah.
* For a British chick, Creator/CatherineTate can be, like, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fGZtrBeDcQ&feature=fvst totally Val!]]
* A RunningGag in ''Series/TheArmstrongAndMillerShow'' has two RAF officers in World War II speak Valley Girl with upper class accents.
* Larraine Newman on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' possibly did the first seen version of this type of character in the 1970s.
* As of season 3, episode 7, ''Series/OrphanBlack'' has a valley girl: Krystal, one of the Project Leda clones. Loves pink, blonde hair, hot guys on her locker, she has it all..... except there are [[HiddenDepths hints]] dropped all throughout her introductory episode that show she's a bit wiser than you'd expect.

* Parodied in Creator/WilliamShatner's album ''Has Been''.
-->''My kids say, 'He said to me, and I'm like and he's like and she's like'\\
'It's all, he's all, she's all'\\
I can't get behind that kind of, [[GotMeDoingIt like, English]]''
* The Music/FrankZappa song "Valley Girl" from ''Music/ShipArrivingTooLateToSaveADrowningWitch'' like, totally counts, for being like, ''totally'' the UrExample fer shure! Features guest vocals from Zappa's daughter Moon Unit, who generally doesn't talk like this.
* Music/{{Kesha}}'s "Tik Tok", which is literally the Valley girl anthem. Her voice even has the trademark inflection, with autotune added for some reason. This doesn't mean she actually is one herself, though.
** Ke$ha does this to almost all her songs.
* And then I went to [=TVTropes=], like, totally expecting [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xz7_3n7xyDg this one]] in the list, but you're all like 'eeeghhn'...
* "Baby Got Back" by Music/SirMixALot opens with two girls talking about another girl's big butt. "Oh my god Becky, look at her butt. It is like, so big."
* "Stupid Girls" by Music/{{Pink}} is about these. She even appears briefly ([[DawsonCasting and convincingly]]) as one in the MusicVideo for the song.
* "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1aseQzJI4zg Laura Pérez, la sin par de Caurimare]]" by Venezuelan comedy group Medioevo, shows a portrait of a local specimen circa 1982. The song is from the perspective of the titular Laura, trying to fend off the accusations of being a "sifrina" (the local word for this trope, albeit with insulting connotations) [[HypocriticalHumor while demonstrating every and each one of the associated stereotypes]].
* Sure, I'll like, totally tell you Music/TheChainsmokers song about us called ''#Selfie'', but first, Let me take a selfie.
* Music/{{Britney Spears}} and {{Music/Iggy Azalea}} in ''Pretty Girls'' music video where they act as one. It is inspired by ''Film/{{Earth Girls Are Easy}}''.

* Played straight with one of the damsels in ''Pinball/MedievalMadness''
* Heather, the DumbBlonde in ''Pinball/AmericasMostHaunted''
-->"The elevator's stuck! There's, like, totally a ghost in here!"
* The DamselInDistress of ''Pinball/StrangeScience'' '''thinks''' in val-speak.
-->''Help! Totally.''

* Ini Miney in the second ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorney'' game. [[spoiler:Except that it's an act adopted in imitation of the ''real'' Ini Miney. The one you meet is actually her sister.]]
* ''VideoGame/CityOfVillains'' has Becky the Tarantula Mistress, who doesn't let being a hideously-mutated psychic trapped in a spider-like exoskeleton armour detract from her giddy enthusiasm upon meeting the player character.
* Cipher Admin Lovrina from ''VideoGame/PokemonXDGaleOfDarkness'' shows most of the characteristics of a typical valley girl, but [[VerbalTic so]] not the lack of intelligence; she is so the EvilGenius, and, in fact, [[RuleOfThree so]] singlehandedly developed a way to make Lugia impossible to purify (through standard methods, at least)!
* Josephine from the obscure SNES game ''Videogame/KendoRage''.
* Goombella from ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'' is an [[GeniusDitz odd hybrid]] of this and the {{geek}}.
* ''GaiaOnline's'' Sasha. For some reason her Valley Girl speech never shows in the comics, though, just her shop dialogue.
* Rosa from ''VideoGame/{{The Legend of Zelda Oracle|Games}} of Seasons''.
* Um... like, Nao-Nao from ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou''.
* Priel from ''LuminousArc'' is portrayed like this.
* MIO from RogueGalaxy. The dialect is part of the reason many consider her TheScrappy.
* The, like, ''red-headed'' elf-girl in ''VideoGame/MightAndMagic VII'' talked like this. Like, totally, all the time!
* There was, like, that quarian girl from ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' whose oblivious conversation with a lovestruck turian on Illium was one of the funniest moments of the game. She also [[LampshadeHanging echoed many of the comments]] made by fans who desired WrenchWench Tali from the first game as a love interest. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_Fsng6KUX4 Uh, excuse me, human, private conver-say-shee-yun?! Ugh!]]
* The fauns in ''[[VideoGame/SpyroTheDragon Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage]]'' level "Fracture Hills".
* Veronika Lee and Britney Bloodrose from ''AllPointsBulletin''.
* [[VideoGame/BlazBlueContinuumShift "Nu, for the love of God. The valley or the sea. Just pick one."]]
* [[VideoGame/TheLastRemnant Khrynia]] is, like, totally stronger than before!
* Perky villagers in ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' series are often described as this.
* Berri from ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay''.
* Cherry from ''Valkyria Chronicles''. "So, like, dodging's no fair, okay?"
* Ayase Yuka, the resident kogal, (see Real Life folder) is this in ''VideoGame/{{Persona}}''.
* The Light Switches in ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas: Old World Blues''.
* Yuudachi from ''VideoGame/KantaiCollection'' has the famous VerbalTic "poi," which is roughly translated as "like" in English. Hence, her speech pattern is often translated as a valley girl in English.
* In the second installment of ''VideoGame/TheLostVikings'', the sorceress met by the heroes in the early levels embodies this trope. Especially her voice acting.
* The female patrons of the Kai Tek Resort in ''VideoGame/{{Jazzpunk}}'' all talk like this.
* A female character in a comic strip advertisement for ''VideoGame/SolarFox'' for the UsefulNotes/{{Atari 2600}} talks and acts like this. She even does it in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnYA6kRDZfs the TV commercial]].
* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'', Yuffie is localised as talking like this ("Oh, wow, I'm totally clueless."). Toned down enormously in the sequels and prequels, perhaps mercifully.
* Bratty and Catty from ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}''. "We're, like... SO hyped for the destruction of humanity!"

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* PlayedForLaughs in ''Webcomic/{{Drowtales}}'' with the humorously-named Val'erie Val'ley'gurl.
* The GM from ''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids'' seems to play (here as NPC) [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Mon Mothma]], out of all the ''Franchise/StarWars'' characters, this way.
* Karla is the typical "Niña Fresa" in ''[[Webcomic/M9Girls M9 Girls!]]''
* ''Webcomic/YetAnotherFantasyGamerComic'' has a [[http://yafgc.net/comic/1805-for-sure/ Valley Elf]].
* Sister America in ''Webcomic/ScandinaviaAndTheWorld''.
* ''Webcomic/EerieCuties'': Blair gets ahold of a [[GenderBender gender-bending]] orb, which he uses to transform people into Valley Girls, his "ideal woman".
* An anonymous extra in ''Webcomic/GoodGuyComic'' is one of these.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* Sailor Venus from Megami33's ''WebVideo/SailorMoonAbridged''.
* Also, Azula in [=GanXingBa's=] ''WebVideo/AvatarTheAbridgedSeries''
* There's a ''{{lonelygirl15}}'' parody called "valleygirl15". She recaps the series with a valley girl voice and liberal quantities of {{Take That}}s and snark.
* [[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]] pretended to be one for [[http://blip.tv/file/3246275 his review]] of "Party Mania".
* In ''WebVideo/KOnTheAbridgedSeries'', Mugi talks like one, [[{{Catchphrase}} like, yar]].
* Since the stories center around [[SuperheroSchool a high school]] in the WhateleyUniverse, it shouldn't be surprising that some of the girls from California sound like this. Scrambler may be the worst, since she is a speedster and tends to talk faster than she thinks.
* Like, Bizarro Sister from like, ''MallFigh''t, like, ya know?
* Kelly from Liam Sullivan's Kelly series.
* Averted by Flamegirl from ''WebAnimation/{{TOME}}'', whose player is from Burbank, which is like, totally ''in'' the Valley; but she doesn't act like a Val at all.
* ''WebVideo/UltraFastPony'': Rainbow Dash is, like, totally weird. She has the talk down, but she's totally into sports, and instead of money she has a [[HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood hilariously tragic backstory]]. (Series creator Wacarb has said he originally planned to make Dash an absolutely straight example of a Valley Girl, but [[HarpoDoesSomethingFunny he improvised all her lines]] so she quickly evolved into a distinct, but Valley-influenced, brand of [[TheDitz idiocy]].)
* ''Podcast/WelcomeToNightVale'' gives us Cecil, the community radio host, narrator and (for all intents and purposes) main character. Very little is given about his physical appearance and economic status, and he is presented as quite intelligent and philosophical. This trope only comes across in his speech, when he sometimes drops into a valley-girl cadence when reciting quotes from certain people or going on one of his "personal asides".
* ''Blog/ThingsMrWelchIsNoLongerAllowedToDoInAnRPG'': 26. Valley speak has no place in a fantasy setting. Especially if you're the paladin.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode, "Summer of 4 ft. 2", has Lisa befriending a group of cool surfer kids on vacation. Besides dressing in hippy/surfer clothes, Lisa uses valley girl speech to disguise herself as one of them, instead of a shy nerd . . . like, you know, whatever.
** In "Lard of the Dance", the new student, '''Alex Whitney''' shares this trope.
* The girls of ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'', especially Clover.
** [[CaptainObvious Totally.]]
* The, like, wicked cheerleader Stacy appears in one episode of ''CaptainNTheGameMaster'' and totally fits this trope. For the record, she is actually from California.
* This is how the ''WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution'' version of Shadowcat was for, like, just least the first season.
** Amusingly at one point Rogue touches her, and acts like a Valley Girl too. Much to her disgust.
-->'''Rogue:''' Ew, that was so totally like icksome. [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Aw, now I'm talking like her?!]]
** Ironically, the comics had a perfectly good Valley Girl in the form of Jubilee-- who ''doesn't'' talk this way when she shows up in the series!
* Debbies from ''WesternAnimation/TheOblongs''.
* Shirley the Loon from ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' is like, a mondo primo example. If only she had more fashion sense instead of, like, being a hippie new age girl, or some junk. Cha.
** It should, like, be noted that the voice actress who did Shirley's voice is one Gail Matthius, a cast member from the sixth season of ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' who had a recurring character who was a Valley Girl named Vicki (duh!). She also used this character on a syndicated sketch show called ''LaughTrax''. The last anyone's heard of Gail Matthius was during the nineties when she did voicework in cartoons, often as a Valley Girl.
** Babs also posed as one running the speech class of a fake charm school to outwit Dizzy Devil in one episode. Turns out the Valley Girl equivalent of the "Rain in Spain" verse is "The Walls in the Mall are ''tew''tally ''tew''tally tall." Fer sure.
* Kelly, Bobby's sister in ''BobbysWorld''.
* Like, Jett from ''BeverlyHillsTeens'', fer sure.
* The "tweevils" from the ''{{Bratz}}'' TV series and (animated) movies ([[ToylessToylineCharacter there are no dolls of the tweevils]]).
** Cloe fits this too [[DependingOnTheWriter sometimes]].
* Claire Brewster from the ''WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}}'' cartoon.
* The two mermaids from ''WesternAnimation/BarbieMariposa''.
* Veronica in ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents''.
* [[TheDitz Ditzy]] June (in ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam'''s first season) had a slight Valley Girl accent in the very early season one episodes, despite her being a huge tomboy.
* There's an episode of ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'' where Garfield encounters a niece of Jon's who is explicitly referred to as a valley girl. Her accent is so bad Garfield even hires a professional linguist to add annotations explaining what she's saying to the audience. See the full episode [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwoTtX4C8hk&NR=1 here]].
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' has [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep Lumpy Space]] [[EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses Princess]], and pretty much everyone else from [[{{Cloudcuckooland}} Lumpy Space]] for that matter.
* ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland'' had dear sweet Lindsay. Although she took a lesson in badass when [[spoiler: she cussed out Heather in season one just before getting eliminated,]] she reverted back to herself right afterward.
** Heather started as one, and there are still traces of it, but it's less noticeable in later seasons.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' has Mindy. Also, Eris started out as one.
* Brattina from ''WesternAnimation/PoundPuppies1980s'', with her constant use of the term "mummy dearest" and referring to practically everything doesn't like as "icky".
* Ophelia from ''TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee'' would occasionally talk like a valley girl despite being a gothic punk girl.
* Ty Lee of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' has been described as the Fire Nation version of this. Her [[{{Foil}} best friend]] is a snarky goth.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'' has this with [[AlphaBitch The Ashleys]]. "[[CatchPhrase SCANDALOUS!]]"
** Which they apparently inherit from their mothers.
* Debbie from ''WesternAnimation/TheWildThornberrys''.
* A rare male example, but [[WesternAnimation/PixieDixieAndMrJinks Mr. Jinks]] fits this perfectly, "Like are you for sure, there."
** As does Shaggy from ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo.'' Over forty years later.
* The ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode "Putting Your Hoof Down" like, featured a couple of mares like this. They even, like, had total EightiesHair. Shoeshine, Sweetie Drops/Bon Bon, and Cherry Berry also have the accent in this episode.
** Ditto Flitter and Cloudchaser, the Pegasus twins from "Hurricane Fluttershy"; and Lightning Dust from "Wonderbolts Academy". "We ''totally'' wiped them out with that tornado".
** Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon. "Waiting for your cutie mark is so last week...You're still totally invited to my cutceañera this weekend".
** [[TheDitz Sonata Dusk]] in ''[[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsRainbowRocks Rainbow Rocks]]''.
** Lyra talks this way in "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E9SliceOfLife Slice of Life]]".
* The Little Traitor Dudes For Children's Defense, from the ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' episode "Operation P.O.O.L.", who were the MirrorUniverse counterparts to the Delightful Children From Down The Lane.
* Katiebug and Sadiebug, the ladybug twins from ''WesternAnimation/StrawberryShortcake'''''s Berry Bitty Adventures''.
* Claire from ''{{WesternAnimation/Motorcity}}'', even though she lives in Detroit (Deluxe).
* Miss Chatterbox in the U.S. dub of ''WesternAnimation/TheMrMenShow''
* Whittany and Brittany Biskit, also known as the Biskit Twins, from, like, ''WesternAnimation/{{Littlest Pet Shop|2012}}'' (2012).
* [[AlphaBitch Shellsea]] from ''WesternAnimation/FishHooks'' has, like, a complete Valley Girl accent.

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* If you, like, actually think we don't exist in RealLife, you can, like, go to hell, or something. Oh, and, like, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJuEkDo-i_o&feature=related watch this video]]. You can totally see one of us about, like, a minute in.
* The speech patters associated with valley girls, such as using "like" as an interjection or a substitute for "said", have started to become ubiquitous among the younger generations in the United States and Canada, but can even be observed among people from older generations as well.
** Within Southern California itself, the rising pitch has effectively entered the local accent among young people -- [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-25232387 even the men]] are using it.
* Kogals, the Japanese counterpart. There's also Ganguro, which is Valley Girl with heavy tans.
* The British equivalent is the Essex girl, although it's more insulting as it focuses more on [[ReallyGetsAround being sexually promiscuous]] and unintelligent (very much like the DumbBlonde). It was briefly a DiscreditedTrope before coming popular again when ''Series/TheOnlyWayIsEssex'' started appearing on telly.
* Within the US, there exist several analogues to the valley girl stereotype in other parts of the country.
** The Jersey girl stereotype is pretty much a {{Joisey}}-accented version of the Essex girl (particularly the promiscuity), coupled with [[BrooklynRage an attitude problem]]. Given the similarities in stereotypes between UsefulNotes/NewJersey and Essex in general (i.e. suburban sprawl for the nation's largest city, filled with chavs and {{emo teen}}s[[note]]New Jersey even has an Essex County, the third most populated in the state and home to its largest city[[/note]]), this is rather fitting.
** Also common on the East Coast is the stereotype of the JewishAmericanPrincess, which takes the vanity and narcissism of the valley girl and adds sexual prudishness and an ethnic dimension.
* The Mexican equivalent is the "Niña Fresa" (Strawberry Girl) or "Chica Nice" (Nice Chick/Girl).
* Cindy Margolis identifies herself as one:
-->"I'm a Valley Girl. You can't get me out of the Valley, I'm still here."