10 Unspoken Rules of Girl Code
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10 Unspoken Rules of Girl Code

Ladies, take notes.

10 Unspoken Rules of Girl Code

As girls, we have to look out for each other! Even the simplest thing as letting a girl know that they have something in their teeth can keep their day from going way downhill. There are so many things that can go wrong, so let's band together and keep those things from happening! If you follow these rules, it will ensure that you are being the best person to can be! Huzzah!

1. Rescue Any Girl Being Hit On By A Creep

This is as simple as going up to a girl (who looks obviously uncomfortable) and saying, "Hey, oh my gosh, I haven't you in a while! Let's catch up!" while leading her away. Mission accomplished.

2. Let Your Friend Vent When She Needs To

This is very necessary because we shouldn't bottle our feelings, this is very unhealthy. You should provide a safe haven for your friend to let go of everything she has been holding on to. You could even lay her down on a couch and pretend to be her therapist. You know, for funsies!

3. Give Out A Tampon To Those Who Need It

I feel like this should be universal, and never, ever questioned. If the situation is dire, don't leave a girl hanging! Be her knight in shining, bedazzled armor!

4. Give Her A Hair Tie. Period.

If you have ever had a bad hair day and lost your hair tie, this will be easy for you to do. No one should ever have Bob Ross hair in public. How tragic.

5. Let Her Know If She Has Lipstick On Her Teeth

Rather than let her go all day with lipstick on her teeth, just go up to her and tell her discreetly. Even if this girl is a stranger! This also applies to telling a girl if she has food stuck in her teeth. So cringe-worthy.

6. Never Go After Your Friend's Crush

If you know that your friend likes this guy, then back way the heck up, missy. If she asks him out, and he rejects her, then wait a few months before making a move. Just common courtesy.

7. Never Ever Even Think About Flirting With Your Friend's Boyfriend

Unless you're the daughter of Satan, then go right ahead.

8. Boost Each Other's Confidence

If you see a girl who is literally slaying right now, let her know. I promise, she's going to appreciate it! Every girl likes being complimented (except by creepy guys, like obviously).

9. Don't Even Think About Going For An Ex-Boyfriend

I mean, that's just, like, the rules of feminism!

10. Be Nice To All Girls Instead Of Putting Them Down

We spend so much time putting each other down and comparing ourselves to each other. We need to stop that, like yesterday. Every girl is beautiful in their own way so we should help each other feel good about ourselves. You know, girl power?

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