Girl Scout Cookies......

Discussion in 'The Chatterbox' started by poppi, Mar 14, 2019.

  1. poppi

    poppi Well-Known Member

    should be available all year long.
     
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  2. MntnMan62

    MntnMan62 Well-Known Member

    +1
     
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  3. ordinaryshaver

    ordinaryshaver Well-Known Member

    :signs011:
     
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  4. RyX

    RyX DoH! Staff Member

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    Rumor has it Aldi's grocery stores carry decent knock-offs of many G.S. cookies. ;)
     
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  5. poppi

    poppi Well-Known Member

    Darn! No Aldi's in my area
     
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  6. RyX

    RyX DoH! Staff Member

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    I hear ya. I lived in the Atlanta area for a couple decades. They built one right down the street and it was a decent quick in-n-out shopping experience when compared to Wally's World or Mega Krogers.

    The closest one to me now is 129.6 miles away in a neighboring state. Sigh. Guess I'll have to be satisfied with Real GS cookies.
     
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  7. AGHisBBS

    AGHisBBS Well-Known Member

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  8. Frijolero

    Frijolero Well-Known Member

    Probably will be eventually. They're growing like a weed.
     
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  9. stuartganis

    stuartganis Well-Known Member

    If someone sells a knockoff shaving related it's so terrible, but Girl Scout cookies is OK? If the Girl Scouts get a piece of the action then it's alright.
    We have an Aldis here in Jackson Tenn, it's alright if you bring your own bags, have a quarter to get a shopping cart, we went there once and back to Kroger.

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  11. Eeyore

    Eeyore Well-Known Member

    I have no idea what this topic is about ... are these cookies meant to support Scouting? Then I am all for them! Both of my kids are active Scouting leaders, and I think every kid deserves a chance to build huts, make camp fires, and learn how to cooperate as a team.
     

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