You’ve got months to go until late January brings another Girl Scout cookie season, but when this most special time does roll around, know that you’ll have the opportunity to try out new s’more flavors—if you’re in “select markets,” that is.
Coming soon to grocery stores and the kitchens of impulsive stoners near you: Girl Scout cookie baking mixes made by Pillsbury. Oh, God, it’s like I’m remembering a bellyache that hasn’t even happened yet.
For a few dollars, you too can be like recent Oscar winner Leonardo DiCaprio; at least, that’s the sales pitch one Girl Scout troop in New York led with, and if we’re honest, don’t we all want to live like Leo in his free time?
Last night at the Academy Awards, Chris Rock embarked on a mission to help his daughters Lola and Zahra sell Girl Scout cookies. Troop members were unleashed into the audience, where they offered their delicious wares. But while Rock later announced that the Scouts had raised a triumphant $65,243, it turns out that he …
A Girl Scout in Portland had the bright idea to sell Girl Scout cookies right outside a local weed dispensary. Why didn’t you think of that?
Girl Scout cookie aficionados may be shocked to hear that the cost of their beloved treats is now going up due to an increase in production costs. A box of Samoas currently priced at $4 will now run $5 each.
If you needed further proof that Girl Scout cookies are manna from heaven, then here it is: Sisters Leslie Roy, 52, and Lee Marie Wright, 56, were trapped in their SUV for nearly two-weeks and survived the ordeal by eating Girl Scout cookies.
Just like the rest of us, celebrities can't walk past a table of Girl Scouts without buying several boxes. That includes Tom Hanks, who (when recognized) stuck for pictures and told some passersby they could have a photograph... if they bought some cookies.
America's cultural divides go even deeper than we thought: some Americans don't even get Samoas and Tagalongs from their local Girl Scouts, but rather Caramel deLites and Peanut Butter Patties. Perhaps this explains my colleague Erin Gloria Ryan's woefully incorrect ranking of the cookies.
Just when you thought Girl Scout cookie season was over, those devious little munchkins have come up with a new and exciting way to take all your money and force you to buy a whole new wardrobe of sweatpants and attractive floral print muumuus: They've developed a toy oven that bakes your favorite cookies year round.
Girl Scout Cookies are "just" cookies like the Manhattan Project was "just" a chemistry experiment. And it's in that spirit that today, this very frigid Friday afternoon, we settle, once and for all, which kind is best. Unequivocally.
After endlessly reminding her mother that it was nearly time to pick up her Girl Scout cookies to sell them door-to-door, a little girl named Sinai was finally ready. But as she left her apartment's door in Indianapolis she was hit in the leg with a stray bullet.
The Girl Scouts are coming and this year, they are going to fuck up everything about your life with three new cookie flavors—two of which are gluten-free. Paging Phyllis Neffler, how many boxes will you be selling this year? More importantly, how many boxes can I eat without incurring diabetes? Because, let me be real…
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The geniuses at The Bourbon Review have a list of possible Girl Scout Cookie and Bourbon pairings, and it's appropriately intriguing/pretentious. After the jump, a summary of what they came up with, and what the deciding factor seems to be in each combination.
A Girl Scout troop in Houston is credited with helping stop a couple of shoplifters a local grocery store.
A man is being dubbed a real life "Cookie Monster" after he tried to steal money from a group of cookie-selling Girl Scouts.
In the old days, childless adults who wanted to get their Thin Mint on would have to seek out Girl Scout Cookies the ancient way: by approaching strange children on the street and asking them if they had any cookies, or by hanging out near elementary schools after the closing bell rang in hopes that one of the little…
Every year, intrepid Girl Scouts fan out across America, pitching anyone with pocket money on the virtues of their cookies. It's pretty brave, especially when you consider that sales jobs are tough even for experienced adults.