My son introduced me to Care Bears on Fire, whom he swears he only likes because of their name and not because they're all female. I think he's too-rapidly approaching puberty, but that's not why we're here. We're here to talk about catty girls.
Care Bears on Fire tackle sheepism and how the popular girls make all the trends in Barbie Ate a Sandwich, but you can tell they're a bit put out by all the attention said Barbie gets. The snark is just a cover for their jealousy. That's not to say they don't have a valid point, however.
Blondie takes the mocking of people who are such sheep to the next level, mocking the mockers in Rip Her to Shreds. It seems like a great follow-up to Barbie Ate a Sandwich, as though from her pit of late-70s cool she is, in fact, ripping the Care Bears to shreds.
So tell me, my darlings: which song do you think tackles female cattiness better? Do the fresh-voiced Care Bears on Fire take you back to high school or does Blondie score more points?