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Shit The "Shit Girls Say" Creators Say About Their Viral Meme and New Book

Shit The "Shit Girls Say" Creators Say About Their Viral Meme and New Book

  • Learn about the beginnings of the "Shit Girls Say" phenomenon from the fake girls behind it! Graydon Sheppard and Kyle Humphrey started off with a humble little Twitter account back in April of 2011, and their humorous feminine one-liners soon took the world by storm, giving rise to hundreds of parodies and take-offs, a web series and now a published book.

    The guys also play a round of "What Would This Girl Say?," in which they apply Shit Girls Say one-liners to famous celebrity ladies. What would Kristen Stewart or Honey Boo Boo say if they were in a SGS video? Watch and find out!

    For a chance to win an autographed copy of the Shit Girls Say book, leave a comment on this YouTube video with your favorite shit that girls say!

    Buy the Shit Girls Say book on Amazon!
    Subscribe to Shit Girls Say on YouTube and follow them on Twitter.
    Subscribe to guest co-host Shanna Malcolm on YouTube and follow her on Twitter.

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