When it comes to the goodness of "Mean Girls," you may think the limit does not exist. Oh, Aaron Samuels. You're wrong again.

Though "Mean Girls" is celebrating its 10th anniversary and I'm willing to celebrate its greatness (My favorite parts: Amy Poehler's dancing in the "Jingle Bell Rock" scene, Gretchen's tics, Regina's choice in favorite movie, and the fact that Ms. Norbury works at a place called "PJ Calamity's"), this isn't a perfect movie. In fact, it's not even half as good as "Clueless," though I'd say it's better than the rather aimless "Heathers." Here are the 10 biggest problems with the "grool"-est movie I know.