If you're anything like us, every so often you find yourself re-watching old episodes of Sex and the City (guilty!) It could be a lazy Friday night, or a hungover Sunday with the blinds drawn, but sometimes you just need a dose of Carrie Bradshaw's musings on love and Samantha Jones' crude wit. Despite it being written almost twenty years ago, the themes of love, sex and friendship are universal through time. The boundaries on what is considered politically correct, however are not - which is where #wokecharlotte steps in, "the fictitious voice of reason that Sex and the City desperately needed but never had."

The hashtag was created by Instagram account @everyoutfitonsatc - if you're not already following their page, stop everything, bookmark this to read later, and have a scroll through their wildly addictive and accurate fashion commentary on all the characters in the show. #Wokecharlotte chronicles hilarious fake conversations where Charlotte gives informed and disapproving reactions to her friends questionable statements such as the below:

#WokeCharlotte is the hashtag you need to be following

#WokeCharlotte is the hashtag you need to be following

No character is safe from the opinions of #wokecharlotte, particularly former (and somewhat racist) mother in-law, Bunny McDougal:

#WokeCharlotte is the hashtag you need to be following

For more#wokecharlotte you can follow @everyoutfitonsatc here.

#WokeCharlotte is the hashtag you need to be following