— Josh Peck (@ItsJoshPeck) February 29, 2016
*Storms out of room. Comes back for the last Girl Scout cookie. Storms back off.*
— Jennifer S. White (@yenniwhite) March 7, 2017
I was buying Girl Scout cookies and trying to practice self control so I grabbed ONE box and asked “u have change for a $20?” And this lil girl really goes “I mean ya, but u could just buy 5 boxes instead?” So long story short I now have 5 boxes of cookies
— Mitch (@Mitchellford91) February 21, 2019
Yeah, I ate 2 boxes of Girl Scout cookies today and I’ll do it again tomorrow, too. What are you doing to support female entrepreneurs?
— Criminelle Law (@CriminelleLaw) February 11, 2019
Me: Do these cure existential despair?
Girl Scout: They’re Thin Mints.
Me: Seven boxes, please.
— Nina (I Stand With the WGA) Bargiel (@slackmistress) February 23, 2017
I bought four boxes of Girl Scout cookies from my niece, but I’m saving them to use for bartering when our currency becomes valueless.
— Elizabeth Hackett (@LizHackett) February 9, 2017
the closest I got to getting dressed today was putting two sleeves of Thin Mints in my mouth.
— Laurie Kilmartin Minneapolis, Acme 18-22 (@anylaurie16) February 26, 2017
There are 5 seasons: Winter, Spring, Girl Scout Cookie season, Summer, and Fall.
— Ally DiCesare (@allydicesare) January 27, 2018
Girl Scout cookies can now be sold online! This is simultaneously the most wonderful and terrible thing that’s ever happened.
— caprice crane (@capricecrane) December 2, 2014
If you are rude to me & then you have the tenacity to ask me to buy Girl Scout Cookies from your kid-I’ll take 50 boxes of Thin Mints please
— The Cultured Ruffian (@CulturedRuffian) June 14, 2017