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!
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    Subscribe to guest co-host Shanna Malcolm on YouTube and follow her on Twitter.

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