Girl in front of store: Wanna buy girl scout cookies?
Me: sorry I can’t eat sugar anymore, my sister was a scout and sold me too many
Her: well you should diet!
Me: then why would I buy the cookies?
Her: oh…wait never mind you shouldn’t
— Colin (@IntroSpecktive) February 16, 2020
When u don’t got cereal so Girl Scout cookies it is pic.twitter.com/AGtd8UROR9
— Cain Gonzalez (@BigBodyCain_) February 20, 2020
this weekend i was asked outside the grocery store if i wanted to buy Girl Scout cookies and i — caught mid-thought and not processing in the slightest — accidentally said “oh no thanks, i already have a dealer haha” to a 9-year-old and her mom
— danny nett (@dannynett) February 11, 2020
If you wanna know how selfish I am, I bought ONE box of Girl Scout cookies and instead of being in my freezer at home, they are in my locker at work so my husband doesn’t eat them
— OctoMoose Prime (@namescandace) February 12, 2020
Friend: That’s a weird shade of lipstick.
Me: *licks the chocolate of Thin Mint Girl Scout cookies off lips
Me: Yes, I agree.
— ShortStacked (@ShortyStacked) February 17, 2020
are they still selling Girl Scout cookies? The year’s supply I bought 2 weeks ago is gone.
— Laurie Kilmartin Minneapolis, Acme 18-22 (@anylaurie16) February 28, 2018
Semi-related: when someone brags about being able to eat “a whole sleeve” of Girl Scout cookies it’s like bitch we all can
— Sophia Benoit (@1followernodad) February 15, 2018
Gluten-free Girl Scout cookies should be called Bragalongs.
— Kendra Alvey (@Kendragarden) February 6, 2016
Girl Scouts are fucking ruthless selling right outside of a Dispensary pic.twitter.com/Z1se0xrBE2
— Cassie (@_kissmycass) January 26, 2018
Here’s a great business lesson: To be successful, learn how to say “no.” In other news, does anyone want Girl Scout cookies? I have 35 boxes
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) January 30, 2014