Funny Monologues for Girls
Here we have some of the best and most performed funny monologues for girls from movies, television, plays and self published work. If you are a teenager these monologues will fit your age group. If you know any other funny monologues for girls that you think should be included in this section, don't hesitate to contact us.
1) Scheming baby-sitter Debbie is furious at the Addams family
A monologue from the Film "Addams Family values" by Paul Rudnick

Baby-sitter Debbie Jellinsky tries to seduce uncle Fester to steal all his money. After several attempts to kill him, Debbie gets frustrated and in this monologue she addresses the Addams family while she tries to electrocute them.

2) Jen tells the social worker how she got pregnant and why she decided to keep the baby.
A monologue from the Play "Approximating Mother" by Kathleen Tolan

In this funny monologue Jen, a 17 year old girl, is talking to her social worker and tells her how she got pregnant and why she decided to keep the baby instead of doing an abortion.

3) We could certainly party with the Haitians
A monologue from the Film "Clueless" by Amy Heckerling

Addressing her high school class, Cher talks about immigration...

4) Georgeanne has just seen an old boyfriend
A monologue from the Play "Five Women Wearing the Same Dress" by Alan Ball

The story takes place during a wedding reception. Georgeanne is one of the bridesmaids and in this monologue she tells the other bridesmaids how she felt when she saw one of her old boyfriends at the wedding.

5) Anna Coleman flips out on her teacher
A monologue from the Film "Freaky Friday" by Heather Hach

Tess Coleman and her daughter Anna switch bodies in this fantasy/comedy. In this monologue Anna Coleman (actually Tess Coleman after the switch) confronts her teacher Mr Bates, who used to have a crush on Tess and whom Tess turned down for a school dance.

6) I'm a bagel!
A monologue from the Play "Funny Girl" by Isobel Lennart

Fanny Brice expresses her desire and drive to succeed in show business in this funny monologue from the musical play "Funny Girl"

7) Lady Bracknell expresses her disappointment about Bunbury having a relapse again
A monologue from the Play "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde

Algernon is Lady Bracknell's nephew. He lives a double life and whenever he needs to get away from the boring city life, he tells his family that he needs to go visit his made up friend Bunbury who's sick and is having a relapse. In this funny monologue Lady Bracknell expresses her disappointment about Bunbury being always sick and argues that people should strive for health.

8) Teenage life sucks!
A monologue from the Original/Stand alone monologue "Wrong and Ready" by Greta Zehner

This girl hates teenage life

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