Pants full of macaroni!!: /on the other hand, if it wasn't for parents selling them at work, i'd never buy any at all
CruJones: Oh fark off. Cookies and a healthy diet are not mutually exclusive. If you can't keep your gaping pie hole shut that's your fault./ I am however tired of parents selling the cookies
Bunkyb123: My only problem with making kids sell things is that I have often experienced young children I don't know knocking on my door without supervision to sell things for school or scouting, and I've often seen children under 15 in front of stores by themselves selling GS cookies, chocolate bars, etc. Very dangerous practice and it is not safe for them.
the801: keebler grasshoppers.just as nice at half the price, and you don't have to deal with annoying little girls harassing you when you go into the grocery store.
laughin: Banacek: Anyone know where I can get those lemon cookies the Girl Scouts used to sell? They haven't sold them in like two years. For some reason they are like crack for me (not a big chocolate person). Thanks!The Lemonades? Those are awesome. Now you have to wait until next year.I was thinking of buying a bunch of Thin Mints and then reselling them about six months from now for about $8 a box. Profit.
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