When I was younger, way back when Lindsay Lohan had an actual prescription to Adderall, girls across America read books. Not Amanda Bynes' Twitter, or Ashely Olsen's Fashion Wordpress, but tangible books that weren't even about vampires. One book series that had quite the following was "The Babysitter's Club": the gripping tale of six upper-class middle school girls from Connecticut who were responsible enough to handle young children. By the time the series ended in 2000, the girls had graduated from middle school at 13. This would make them around 23 now. I decided to catch up with the ladies to see what they had been up to since then. For more from The Frenemy, go here! - Alida Nugent
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