S--t Girls Say has gone viral.
Since its debut on Monday, the video, featuring a man dressed as a woman saying things girls typically say (eg. Can you do me a huge favor? Can you pass me that blanket? Can you turn it up a bit?) has attracted more than 1.4 million viewers on YouTube.
The video is the first of a Web series based on the Twitter account of the same name. Writers and creators Kyle Humphrey and Graydon Sheppard (who plays the girl in the video) have more than 100,000 followers on Twitter, including a few celebrities like Ashton Kutcher, Zooey Deschanel and Mindy Kaling.
The Twitter account posts one S--t thing girls say a day. Its most recent musings include: I can't stop smiling! Am I hungry? So excited for tomorrow! and He's impossible to shop for and Typical.
On Wednesday, Deena Cortese from Jersey Shore joined hopped on the S--t Girls Say train and reposted the video on her Twitter account.
Episode 1 . . . lmao did I lock the door? .... Yesss, she wrote, referring to a moment in the video when Sheppard pauses and asks himself the same question, donning a pretty dress and black pumps; shots of Sheppard on the couch watching TV.
S--t Girls Say also has its quiet moments: shots of Sheppard looking through his purse in different locations; shots of Sheppard mouthing dramatic reactions while in serious conversations.
Perhaps the biggest highlight of the video is Juliette Lewis. Halfway into the video, the actress enters a bar, screaming, jumping and rejoicing over what seems like a reunion between herself and Sheppard (TWINSIES! they scream to each other at one point).
How many times have u or a friend said any of these sentences?? Lewis wrote on her Twitter Tuesday night, posting a link to the video.
According to Sheppard's personal Web site, the Canadian filmmaker is currently studying at Columbia's School of the Arts in New York City.
No word on when S--t Girls Say episode two comes out.
Scroll down to watch the first episode, featuring Juliette Lewis.