The DO's And DONT's Of Law School, According To "Legally Blonde"

    Make sure to read this very closely before you start studying for the LSATs!

    DO: Make an amazing first impression by matching your chihuahua to your leather pink outfit.

    DON'T: Forget an extra dose of enthusiasm whenever confronted with authority figures who can determine your fate.

    DO: Act like a boss whenever possible.

    DON'T: Forget to be prepared the first day of class.

    DO: Remember to keep up with your...

    DON'T: Try to pass your last season court apparel off as anything other than ridiculous.

    DO: Comment on your bitchy classmates' bowel movements when necessary.

    DON'T: Forget your spirituality just because you're some fancy law student now.

    DO: Get a bitchy bob and practice your judgmental face, so you can shoot it at unsuspecting classmates.

    DON'T: Be afraid to have controversial answers to serious questions.

    DO: Listen to sage advice from professors with great hair.

    DON'T: Try to conform to the lawyer everyone thinks you should be.

    DO: Turn bunny ears into bunny realizations, and kick hot messes to the curb.

    DON'T: Always judge people right away. Even if they're totally bitchy, stole your ex boyfriend, and tricked you into wearing a Playboy bunny outfit to a party.

    DO: Prove your points with enthusiasm and a pop of red lip.

    DON'T: Forget to buy a StairMaster for your room.

    DO: Feel free to make this face anytime someone makes a nonsensical comment.

    DON'T: Be afraid to shake your head when someone is totally wrong and you're right.

    DO: Gape in horror at anyone whose real name is "Vivian Kensington."

    DON'T: Be shy about letting your fellow students know that you are 100 percent winning, and they are huge losers.

    DO: Stand out from the typical law school crowd by rocking colors outside the autumn palette.

    DON'T: Forget what the bible* taught you.

    And if all else fails, repeat these words to yourself...

    Or, ya know, just remember that "Legally Blonde" is a movie, and not what law school is like at all.