5 Female Friendship Lessons I Learned From 'Bachelorette'

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Finally, a movie depicts female friendships as they are and not as they should be!

3. Let your friends get you a stripper.

When the girls hear that Becky wants a quiet night of champagne in a hotel suite for her bachelorette party, they aren't having it. Katie decides she's going to hire her friend Manny as a stripper. Everyone at the party looks awkward when he walks in, and he ends up leaving the party. However, at the end of the movie we learn that Katie was right: Becky did want that stripper there, and was upset when he left before he could even give her a full lap dance

4. Sometimes, it's okay to be jealous of your friends.

When Becky tells Regan that she's engaged, Regan is not happy for her at all. The first thing Regan does is call her other friends to complain that SHE was supposed to get married first. There's one point when the women go to a dress shop in the middle of the night to get Becky a new dress, and the only dress the shop has in Becky's size is the one Regan has wanted since she was a little girl. Katie and Gena beg Regan to just let them get the dress for Becky, but Regan refuses, saying she would rather lick a New York City sidewalk than have Becky wear her dream dress down the aisle.

5. F**k everyone.
When Becky and Regan are having a heart-to-heart, Becky asks Reagan if she remembers the advice Regan gave her in high school. The advice was "F**k everyone!" Who cares what people think? You just need to live your weird, crazy life and not give a s*it about anyone else (except your best friends).

Have you seen "Bachelorette" yet? What, if anything, did it teach you about female friendships?