6 Lessons in Legally Blonde
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6 Lessons in Legally Blonde

Why Elle Woods is arguably the best rolemodel ever

6 Lessons in Legally Blonde
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  1. Legally Blonde teaches girls that they can do anything they want! Become a lawyer, get a near perfect score on your tests. Work hard and you can achieve it!
  2. Sometimes people treat you unfairly or look down upon you because you have different interests. Elle Woods does not stop loving herself; she is confident in her abilities and her passion
  3. People can be dumb. Really dumb. Maybe they won’t treat you right or they don’t see something great in front of their eyes. Those boys are not worth your time. You have bigger and better things to worry about!
  4. Girls stick together! No matter how hard it gets, always be there for your girls, just like Elle was for hers. Even when you don’t get along with someone, if they need you to have their back, have it. No one should be left without someone helping them out.
  5. Don’t judge a book by it’s cover. Sure Elle was beautiful and acted a bit ditzy at times, but she was incredibly intelligent. Everyone judged her at first because of her looks and how she acted, but as they got to know her, they saw exactly what she was capable of.
  6. Finally believe in yourself! Life might get hard and you might have to make tough decisions, but believe in yourself. You made it this far and you’ll go even further in the future!
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