"Girls Night" is a sacred tradition among female friends. It means no guys allowed, no one you're dating can come and just THE GALS.
We speak of it so often. How many times have I hit the group text with, "I need a girls night like ASAP?"
The answer is: so many times, you guys, so many times. It's when our powers are full recharged that our coven is the strongest, and we take a lot of shots.
But what do men think goes down when we say there's a "girls night?" Some have their guesses...
Reddit user smallerthings starts us off with a pretty solid answer:
I would add that sometimes when one of us starts crying, it sets off a domino effect.
This following is true in my case, iamaprettykitty... so very true.
Also, A+ for the amount of trust in that relationship.
Well, Frank-Stallone, the truth is... we'll never tell! Shh!
So, dandaman64 has a pretty accurate answer as well.
"You're my best friend!" "No, YOU'RE MY BEST FRIEND." "You're SO PRETTY." "SHUT UP, YOU ARE."
Sorry to ruin the fantasy, baseballin22, but it is 100 percent not this.
Have you ever been hit full-force by a competitive friend in the face with a pillow? It hurts, man.
There's usually no snarky comments, in my experience. But we do certainly trash talk the fuckboys in our lives.
Guilty as charged, agzz21.
I know more about my friends' boyfriends' penises than I care to admit.
Come on, longbox_jockey. What's the FIRST rule?!
And apparently, a lot of guys like chksum think,
Yikes, who hurt you, chksum?
Meanwhile, CognitiveDissident7 brought up some childhood memories...
Obviously, rabidnz has been to a girls night or two.
The rest of us follow behind whoever is the most powerful, Sine_Habitus....
There are very few who have the ability to keep their wits about them, SoNotTheCoolest.
And the true reasoning behind girls night, according to vismundcygnus34, is...
Citations: Reddit (Reddit)