Real-Life 'Mean Girl' Parodied on Web After Rant

A sorority president's scathing letter written for her sisters is an Internet hit.
2:51 | 04/24/13

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"Gma" "heat index" this morning with a scathing, profany-laced letter a student sent to her sorority sisters. Caused a backlash. Could she be the meanest mean girl ever? Paula faris has the story. Get in, loser. We're going shopping. Reporter: They're the girls we love to hate. Cut out girls' pictures from the yearbook and write comments. Reporter: Girls nasty and bad to the bone, as characterized in movies like "mean girls." But what we're about to show you isn't a movie. It's real life and really profane. This e-mail containing over 50 expletives we've concealed, was sent by one woman to her delta gamma sorority sisters at the university of maryland. Saying, I've been getting texted on texts about people literally being so bleeping awkward and so bleeping boring. The e-mail ripping into them for not being social enough during greek week. The e-mail now spawning spoof madness on the internet. Tie yourself down to whatever chair you're sitting in. Because it's going to be a rough ride. Reporter: Dozens of videos like this one, from funnyordie's michael shannon. You're saying to yourself, omg, I've been having so much fun with my sisters this week. Then punch yourself in the face. Reporter: Her sorority telling abc news overnight, they have a team to take all appropriate action in the aftermath of this event. And that this letter, in no way, reflects the values of delta gamma. The university saying they won't comment as to whether or not they'll be taking disciplinary action. And while some students are finding humor in it. I think it's written by a guy. No way a girl can possibly speak like that. Reporter: Perhaps this young lady is having the last laugh in the voice of michael shannon. For those of you who are offended at this e-mail, i apologize. But I really don't . Go yourself. Reporter: For "good morning america," paula faris, abc news, new york. Pretty inspired, that michael shannon. Yea I like the one remark. It had to be written by a guy. It's already, from "entourage" times 100. I cannot express to you. Oh, yes. It was -- the dramatic reading? Yes. On "gma" "after dark." We should get into it. It's so profane, you can't we have to be careful in that piece. It's bad. School officials say no disciplinary action taken yet. But if they find any real threats, they will.

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