Real Life Powerpuff Girls

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Coming off of a remarkable day yesterday celebrating International Womens Day, there is another outlet celebrating powerful girls as well. The Powerpuff Girls are now available to watch on HULU, and to celebrate they are highlighting amazing girls across the country. These #RealLifePowerpuff girls are doing rad things and inspiring others along the way. Today I am showcasing my girls, Siella and Gemma for their acts of kindness. They are always looking out for others, and just the other day on the subway, saw a man asking for food, and they both immediately opened up their backpacks and gave him their snacks. Others on the train saw what they were doing, and followed along in their kind gesture. They were spreading love and I couldn’t have been more proud of them!

If you are unfamiliar with The Powerpuff Girls, the show centers on three sugar-coated superheroes, Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, whose missions in life alternate between going to school, fighting crime, winning at hopscotch and saving the world before bedtime. The girls are frequently called upon by the town’s mayor to help fight nearby criminals using their powers. While their differences cause them to squabble and tease, their individual strengths combined always lead them to victory. They rely on teamwork, trust, and friendship to thwart evil (in the most adorable way).

Do you have an awesome, inspiring young girl in your life? Share your #RealLifePowerpuff girl by posting a photo or video of them on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter and tag it with #RealLifePowerpuff and #Contest. Don’t forget to include what makes her awesome and they might get shared and enter you to win a special PPG prize! Visit the official website for more information.

To celebrate my #RealLifePowerpuff girls, I am giving one lucky reader Six Months of Hulu! The code is redeemable in the US and does not expire. All the classic episodes are now available to stream almost anywhere, on any device.

To enter to win, leave a comment below telling me if you know of a #RealLifePowerpuff! 

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39 thoughts on “Real Life Powerpuff Girls”

  1. My granddaughters are definitely #RealLifePowerpuff Girls! I would love to win this so we can enjoy shows together.

  2. Pam Wattenbarger

    I remember when my daughter was younger, she liked watching the Powerpuff Girls. How cool that it is on Hulu now.

  3. This is awesome! The Powerpuff Girls are great characters and it’s fun to follow their adventures. It’s great that your girls like helping others!

  4. My Daughter loves the Powerpuff Girls. Her bedroom is all decorated in them. We have a bedspread with matching curtains and wallpaper boarder.

  5. My daughter loves Powerpuff Girls and it’s so nice that you’ll be able to watch it on Hulu! I think it’s awesome that you’re giving away 6 months free! That’s a long time!

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  7. This is an awesome campaign to encourage little girls to be more aware of things they are capable of doing. I love that my daughter loves learning and exploring new things that could help her improve herself. 😀

  8. Such an awesome campaign to encourage little girls to be more aware of things they are capable of doing. I love that my daughter loves learning and exploring new things that could help her improve herself. And she loves Powerpuff Girls too! 😀

  9. So cute! My two older girls used to love the powerpuff girls! This is also a fantastic giveaway. Wish we could access hulu here in Canada, I’ve heard amazing things!

  10. Our Family World

    These girls are so so pretty and adorable! It’s also been a while since Power Puff made noise and this one is a come back, I guess.

  11. My younger daughter is a #RealLifePowerpuff, she is reading at 2 grade levels above her current grade even though she has missed almost 30 days due to her medical condition

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  12. I am a real life power puff girl. I am 12 year old and I have been training in Jiujitsu and muaythai for 5 years. I am currently a pan am champion 3x naga champion 2x five grappling champion TBA champion Canadian champion (a night in Thai land) and a ikf champion I was also nominated to fight in Thailand (unfortunately I was not able to make it) I am a real life power puff girl!

  13. My granddaughter is a #RealLifePowerpuff after enduring many hardships and tragedies to come out on top to be an excellent athlete, spokesperson for bullying and a straight A student.

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