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The 29 Go-To Brands And Activities For EVERY Basic White Girl

Since we're all pretty much the same, this is just an organized list of stuff we love to make you realize how basic you truly are.

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The 29 Go-To Brands And Activities For EVERY Basic White Girl

Let's be honest, every basic b*tch is one in the same, we all like the same stuff, wear the same stuff, do the same stuff... I think you get it. So, if you're basic and ya know it, read below.

1. Starbucks

2. Teleties

3. Oversized T-shirts, preferably Comfort Colors

4. Leggings

5. Puppies

6. Pumpkin spice

7. Nike shorts

8. SELFIESSS

9. Victoria's Secret bras and panties

10. Bath & Body Works

11. Shows on Netflix like "Gossip Girl," "Grey's Anatomy," etc.

12. Monogrammed North Face or Patagonia bookbags

13. Ray Bans

14. Michael Kors and Kate Spade purses

15. Birkenstocks

16. Chacos

17. Cut-off blue jean shorts

18. Cardigans

19. Wine

20. Snapchat filters

21. Riding boots

22. Booties

23. Ulta and Sephora

24. Shopping at boutiques 

25. Zaxby's

26. Chick-fil-A

27. Chipotle

28. Flannels

29. Fuzzy socks

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