Girl Scout Cookies: Time for War on the Cookie Pushers — 6 Comments

  1. When I was a Girl Scout, we had to lug large cartons of cookies and sell them door-to-door. No pre-ordering and no parents doing the selling The only Scout to win a prize was the one who sold the most. The local troop also got more money than they do now. Nowadays these big non-profits all have high salaried administrators that should be paid in cookies, not cookie profits.
    .-= Catch Her in the Wry´s last blog pith60 years in 17 days – Running around =-.

  2. I’m one of those rare people who don’t care much for Girl Scout cookies in any of their varieties. I’ll usually order a box of Thin Mints for my wife — but ONLY if the salesperson is a Brownie. I figure that girls older than nine or ten can contribute their own money by cutting back on their text-messaging for a few hours. OMG! WTF! LOL!

    Oh, and on another topic: those Copenhagen Girl Scouts look like they’re in their twenties.
    .-= Larry Wallberg´s last blog pithRead the Book While You See the Movie =-.

  3. @ Catch Her In the Wry: Blonde hair cutie with big smile. Yeah, if that showed up at my door, I’d be a sucker too. Even today!

    @Larry: See above… ESPECIALLY if they were Danish twenty-somethings!!!