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How should we get rid of the Girl Scout Cookies?



How should we rid the world of Girl Scout Cookies?  

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  1. 1. How should we rid the world of Girl Scout Cookies?

    • We all meet in a central place with our cookies & have a cookie bonfire!
    • Drop them off at the Anorexia hospital
    • Flush them down the toilet
    • EAT ALL THE COOKIES in one sitting 'til their gone - just to end the torture & get it over with!!


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I am serious here!!!! Girl Scout Cookies came a few days ago.....by accident. When the little girl asked me if I wanted to order some I told her I would be happy to give her some money for the cause but that I didn't want any cookies. 4 boxes of thin mints were dropped off at my door 2 days ago. I ate an entire 1/2 box!! I am scared to death to see how many calories I consumed!! HELP!!!

So, how do you think we should rid the world of Girl Scout Cookies? THESE THINGS ARE DANGEROUS!!!

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Maybe reading what you ate might make you throw the rest of them in the garbage....so your dumping $1.75. Small price to pay compaired to gaining a lb or 2.

I don't like GS Cookies but I always feel guilty not buying them from my co-workers kids. I don't like my boss either....so when the Cookies come in, I give them to him :guess

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Mine are locked up tight in the back of my freezer. They screamed for awhile but they got quiet last night before I went to bed.

Can I go to jail for Cookie Torture? *looks around, paranoid*

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I ordered 5 boxes and they just showed up on Tuesday. My DH told me not to bring them home b/c it was too much temptation for all of us. LOL So, I gave a box to each of my son's daycare teachers and they were so happy.

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OKay My mama wants all the girl scout Cookies. LOL Just the Trefoils. I buy them from my best friend's daughter and I pass them out to all my skinny friends. They are all about my age and you know they have the gotta lose 5-10 more pounds syndrome. So I give them cookies!!!! muahhahahahahhahah! Let them eat cake.....er..COokies!!!!!!!!

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If you know someone in the service, send them overseas. I have a friend in Iraq and they love to get them. It's a little piece of home!

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None of the above. I think you should either throw them away or give them to someone you don't see that often. Either way, you've already contributed to the Girl Scouts.

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I like the bonfire idea... if we can't eat them, we can savor and take in the smell of them, drink our Skimplus and take a nap afterwards. mmmmmmm

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You are worried about a few boxes of girl scout Cookies????

I am staring at literally 100 freakin boxes on my dining room table

And, BTW, they are $4.00 a box here in Boston.

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Over the last week I've done my best to "limit" myself to a couple or so every day and wound up finishing the box of Trefoils yesterday in a week moment.:confused:

Hubby also brought the Peanut Butter ones and those great Samoas home but I managed to stay away from those.:guess Don't ask me how...I guess I just really like those little shortbread ones.

I love the idea of giving to your skinny friends, but I think my hubby would fight me as they're going out the door.:fencing:

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I think it would be so, so, so much fun to jump up and down on the boxes, pulverizing them into dust.

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