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These unnamed girls are a group of three girls who demanded that Mr. Underwood allow them to do the kind of push-ups that the boys do in Cabin Fever and the online book.

History[]

Cabin Fever[]

In Phys Ed, Mr. Underwood tests how many push-ups students can do in a row for the Presidential Fitness test. However, he lets the girls touch their knees to the floor while the boys had to keep their whole body straight. However, these group of girls are unhappy with the circumstances who teams together to sign a petition to do the same kind of push-ups the boys are doing.[1]

Greg Heffley states they probably got the idea from the Boston Tea Party, an event where the colonists protests in response to the British by throwing tea into the water.

The girls were expecting a big fight out of Mr. Underwood, but he told them they could just the normal push-ups if they'd like to. Greg nicks the idea and starts a petition to do the easier push-ups but scratches it when he sees the people who wants to sign it.

Online[]

The girls gets their idea from the time when Martin Luther put a list of demands on a church door. Greg also said they probably regretted their petition after Mr. Underwood agreed to their petition.[2]

Trivia[]

  • While none of the girls are definitively named, one of them may be either Lisa Russel or Natasha Joyce, as they appear very similar and sport the same general haircut.

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Cabin Fever[]

References[]

  1. Cabin Fever, pages 101-102
  2. Diary of a Wimpy Kid (online), pages 119-120
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