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Girl Scouts shortbread or Peeps coffee
2020.08.16 20:04 ThirdfreshstartGirl Scouts shortbread or Peeps coffee
I'm not very good at ordering coffee. I can never usually figure out how I like it because I don't get it often enough. However, when Dunkin Donuts had the limited Girl Scouts Trefoil flavor or the Peeps flavor, they were both great. Does anybody know if there's something similar to either of those on the standard menu? I want to find a go-to order so that I don't have to wait until Dunkin decides to sell them just to have coffee I like
2020.04.21 20:33 dippy_bearShortbread Cookie That's More Sweet Than Buttery
Hi all, I'm new to baking and am on a quest to make shortbread cookies that aren't so buttery and flaky. I've tried searching online, but haven't been able to find anything. I want to make something closer to the Trefoil girl scout cookies that have a light sweetness. I also like to put icing on them. Is there any way I can tweak the recipe I've been using or do I need a completely different recipe? Recipe:
2020.03.13 07:57 Under_TheBedThin Mints are not the best Girl Scout Cookie.
Whenever someone thinks about Girl Scout Cookies, they think of Thin Mints. I really don’t know why, because there are so many other cookies that are way better than Thin Mints. Samoas- amazing. They’re unique and super complex. Tagalongs- so good. Your classic peanut butter and chocolate combo. Trefoils- one of my favs. A simple shortbread cookie. But Thin Mints? It’s just mint and chocolate. I believe there’s another post somewhere on this sub talking about how mint and chocolate ice cream is disgusting. It’s true. It’s such a basic flavor that is hyped up way more than it should be, and really does not deserve to be Girl Scout’s number one flavor.
2020.03.01 05:06 throwawaygirl229Shortbreads (trefoils) are the superior Girl Scout cookie
I never hear anybody talk about these. I don’t necessarily care for Girl Scout cookies in general but I’ll tear up some shortbread cookies any day. Other store bought cookies that are similar can’t compare. Bonus unpopular opinion: Thin mints suck
2020.02.26 01:26 levilarringtonMy Recently Divorced Cousin Chad Reviews Girl Scout Cookies
Hey all, It's that time of year again - yeah, Coronavirus season. But of interest, it's also the time when corporate scum send nine year olds out into the streets to shill cookies for money they'll never see. Oh, sure, Mom will make sure you don't do drugs or alcohol, but why not send your children into the hands of sugar dealers to present American values in the form of more American trash. Yes, it's Girl Scout cookie time. I'll spare you my political thoughts on this and move on to the actual product. In no way shape or form will these cookies bring any happiness to your life, barring those nostalgia junkies that live off Stranger Things and Motley Crue reunions to remind them that they dashed their youth on the rocky shores of marriage, children, and death. I guess we'll start with the Lemon Ups - not to be confused with the Lemonades, and please don't confuse Peanut Butter Patties with the Peanut Butter Sandwiches...life is cruel. The Lemon Ups are lemon cookies with motivational messages. This one says "I'm a Leader", which is a lie because if I were a leader why the hell would I be eating cookies? When is the last time you saw a leader eating - Christ, I keep forgetting our President is our President. Anyway, if you need a pep rally while you eat sweets, these cookies are for you. Then there's the lemonades. These are basically Lemon Ups with no motivation and extra frosting. Kinda like getting a bunch of heroin with no needles to inject it. Or something. I gave up writing this review long ago when I realized people were teaching children to pluralize Lemonade with a fucking "S". Let's not forget the Thin Mints. Everyone has to have Thin Mints. It's like a BMW SUV, the newest Nikes, and Thin Mints and you no longer need to think about pain and suffering anymore. Instead you become a diseased kidney tragedy with a middle aged sports car and colorful feet. All you need next is the right to die. If there's one thing that I really hate about life, and there's a lot of things, it's fucking coconut. Especially flakes of it. It's not bad in Rum or something, but the flakes remind me of asbestos nightmares where you wake up tarred and feathered with asbestos and you choke on blood that comes out of your lungs like barbed wire vomit. Samosas. My favorite Girl Scout cookie is the Peanut Butter Patties (or Tagalongs). It's peanut butter and chocolate and cookie. It's essentially one fourth of the candy bar population. But, hell, call it a cookie and give it to little kids to sell on the street like crack and people will wait all year for it. If I could get high and eat these all day I would. But I can't because I can't afford them because I don't have a job because I'm bipolar. Tagalongs. The Peanut Butter Sandwich or Do-si-do is an oatmeal cookie with peanut butter. So, if you want to tell people you're being healthy by eating oatmeal in the morning, this is a good way to mask your shame with the lies that got you fat in the first place. Fucking brilliant cookie. Then there's the Shortbread or Trefoils. More and more these cookies sound like food in a Tolkein novel. In case you didn't know, Tolkein is that guy who writes action movies with Liv Tyler in them. These cookies are pretty shitty. Almost to the point I'd figure they were healthy but of course they're not. Nothing is. Life is just full of drugs and donuts and you better start accepting one of the two is going to kill you. Toffee-tastic. Here's a cookie for modern time. It's gluten free and full of candy. It's the Diet Pepsi of Girl Scout cookies: tastes great, no gluten, but will give you cancer in your bowels and make you bleed from the eyes. Toffee-tastic! Thanks-A-Lot. I'm also noticing every cookie is hyphenated to prepare kids for divorce. These cookies, like the motivational ones, have thank you messages in five random languages. Hey, if you want to do the kids some good, write the Thank Yous in SQL. People these days hate foreigners, but love jobs. That's slavery for you. Lastly, the Girl Scout Cookie S'mores. I guess Hershey must own the name S'mores or something or why the preamble? These cookies are actually pretty good. But then the next day you wipe your ass and it comes out black and you end up in ER with some resident nurse's finger up your ass because they didn't tell you chocolate cookie sandwich cream can make your stool black. Just another day in the life. I didn't try the Caramel Chocolate Chip or the Girl Scout S'mores because I wanted a good baseline for my shits for the next week to ensure that I didn't in fact have colon cancer or a bleeding ulcer. So, best of luck with them. Until next March, Levi's cousin Chad
2020.02.21 23:20 leahbreiGirl Scout Cookie form (results!)
Hello everyone! I’m the Girl Scout that posted a few days ago with a survey in hopes to find out which cookies are most popular in which areas/which bakeries. I got 58 responses in total, which is even better than I expected! I plan on keeping the survey open so more people can hopefully find it and take it themselves. Out of everyone who responded, a little over 3/4 were from areas served by Little Brownie Bakers, with just 1/4 (22.4%) coming from areas served by ABC Bakers. I’m not too surprised though since it seems like LBB covers more areas of the US. Unsurprisingly, Thin Mints were the most popular for both bakeries, with it being the favorite for 39.2% and 38.2% of people from LBB and ABC bakers, respectively. One thing that interested me was that while Thin Mints were the most popular first favorite, they were also the most popular second favorite for both bakeries. For both bakeries, the category for third favorite cookie was split surprisingly evenly, with almost all the cookies being the third favorite of between 9%-15% of survey takers on average. Now the part you’ve likely been waiting for- the ranking for overall favorite! This is based on what percent of survey takers voted for each cookie as their #1. Little Brownie Bakers Thin Mints- 39.2% Tagalongs and Samoas- 17.6% each GS S’mores- 13.7% Lemon Ups- 5.9% Do Si Dos- 3.9% Trefoils- 2% Toffee Tastics- 0% ABC Bakers Thin Mints- 38.2% Peanut Butter Patties- 17.6% Caramel DeLites- 11.8% Lemonades- 8.8% GS S’mores, Peanut Butter Sandwiches, Shortbreads, AND Thanks A Lot- all 5.9% each! Caramel Chocolate Chip- 0% I’m going to try to figure out how to post the actual results on here within the next few days so y’all can see the pie charts for yourself. This way I can show all the results and not just the ones for the overall favorites. Thank you so much to everyone who took this survey and helping me get this information! (P.S. if I post the results in the future, it’s possible that more people will have taken the survey, so the final data might vary slightly from what I wrote here)
2020.02.10 00:09 aedegiorgioTrefoils are the best Girl Scout Cookie and Samoas are the worst!
In my opinion the ranking for girl scout cookies from best to worst is as follows: Trefoils, Tagalongs, Thin Mints, Lemon, and finally Samoas. I love chocolate and coconut together, but for some reason Samoas are too sweet! Trefoils are sweet but not too sweet, and have that delicious buttery flavor that is spot on! Tagalongs are best when frozen. Thin Mints are also good frozen, but they do not have a lot of flavor to them. It appears that every year The lemon cookie changes; that is why I just called them “lemon.” Year after year the trefoils prove to be the best cookie in my opinion! :)
Yes, I buy girl scout cookies practically every year. But I haven't had any come door to door in ages, although I did go door-to-door when I was one decades ago. Parents bring the lists into work a lot and as others have said they set up outside grocery stores and some other businesses too. Samoas (mmm caramel and coconut) and Thin Mints (chocolate and mint) are my favorites. The others I can take or leave.
I sold them back in the day, but I wouldn't say I was a cute angel. I went door to door in my neighborhood to take orders and then delivered the cookies a few weeks later from my little red wagon. The money went to my troop for a summer camp. My favorites were Carmel Delights, a.k.a. Samoas, and Peanut Butter Patties, a.k.a. Tagalongs.
They are often setup outside the grocery store or stores like Walmart and Target. I’ve never seen them go door to door. Their parents have order sheets they’ll bring to work sometimes. I generally buy 2-3 boxes a year. Samoas and Trefoils are my favorite. Sometimes I’ll grab Thin Mints too and being them to work to share. I don’t stock up or anything though. The cookies are not that good, they taste like any other packaged cookies. It’s more of a supporting a decent cause kinda thing.
They are overpriced but not bad. You’re essentially helping fund their organization/troop not paying for a cookie, you can probably get the same quality at a super market for a lot cheaper. Girl Scouts don’t typically go door to door selling as its seen as potentially dangerous so its often discouraged at least nowadays, instead they sell outside businesses as well as take orders from friends and family. They may have their parents take order forms to work and take orders from their coworkers.
They don't come door to door as much as they used to. The cookies are overpriced but pretty damn good. I don't mind supporting the girl scouts. I'm a thin mint guy, followed by a tie between samoas and peanutbutter patties.
They don't go door to door now, do they? I remember my little sister did it that way in the 80s. These days they set up a table outside Walmart or a grocery store. I often miss them now since I do my Walmart runs in bulk so I only have to go 2 or 3 times a year. I'll grab a couple boxes of thin mints. They're good. Not amazing and I'd pass if the price goes up again.
You want the super super American secret, there are different bakeries that have different variants depending on where you live. But yeah, I stock the freezer. I’m on Jersey so find them at grocery stores but in PA, they came door to door.
I think for so many years, Girl Scout troops have not gone door to door selling those cookies. You are correct that usually I see them set up shop outside popular places(i.e. Target, Walmart, Starbucks), or say inside popular seasonal events. For example when it comes to the latter, I've NEVER not once seen the Girl Scout troop with this church not set up shop inside one of the dining rooms of this church's fish fry, to sell those cookies each year. To me though it's almost getting to the point where it's getting more pricey to buy a box of one of those cookies, where I may as well instead buy such a cookie knockoff somewhere else. I.e. Aldi, Walmart, etc. I still buy them like once or twice a year, but that's probably enough for me.
Other people have already covered the lack of door to door sales these days. I was particularly impressed by the girl a few years ago who set up a sales point near a legal marijuana dispensary and sold a lot. I like Thin Mints and the lemon ones. I don't remember what they're called; they didn't have those when I was a Girl Scout. Thin Mints are best from the freezer. They're also the most economical: you get quite a few for your $5. They're better than other purchased cookies IMO. No store bought cookie holds a candle to homemade, but sometimes you don't want to mess with baking.
2019.02.28 07:39 That_One_N3rdEntitled dad tries to steal cookies from me. Gets yelled at by his wife.
This is a story from my time in Girl Scouts, it was in 2015 so I was either a cadet or a senior. I was selling at a wall mart and at this location we had to be set up outside. Cast: Ed: Entitled dad Nm: Nice mom Mom: my mom Me: uhhhh the cookies. (Jk it’s me) My mom and I had just set up our booth, covered the cookies and I had my umbrella, my mom was in a little tent with all the cookies. I started calling out to people and started to get sales. The customers would go to my mom and I’d continue to ask. About an hour left in our sale a couple cones up and they go to look at the cookies before they went in. This is what happened. Nm: How much is a box? Me: $5 a box. And they freeze well. Nm: walks to the table and looks over the cookies Ed: So where’s the Girl Scout? Me: sheepishly as I hated people asking this Oh, I’m right here. I’m the Girl Scout. Ed: But aren’t you too old to be one? At this point I’m going back and forth, talking to the Ed and asking people if they’d like to buy cookies Me: well you can be a Girl Scout until you graduate. Ed: oh. Walks to his wife and picks up a box to look at it Eventually the couple leaves to enter the store the Nm saying they’d be back out to buy cookies. It’s only a few minutes when my mom asks me if I remember what the couple looked like. Me: Yeah I do, why? Mom: I think the man took a box. Can you go into the store and look for them? Me: Yeah. We were about to pack up anyway and we’re just waiting for the couple to come back out. I run into the store and ask the greeter if they saw the couple. I end up finding them and out of breath I speak. Me: Excuse me Nm: Oh, hello! Is everything ok? Me: We believe your husband stole a box of cookies. We either need it back or need payment. Note, the husband wasn’t saying anything but had their toddler in his arms and was giving her something. Nm: Oh, I’m pretty sure we didn’t tak- She cut off by a plastic crinkling sound. I look around the toddler and see the Ed holding a roll of trefoils(shortbread cookies) and feeding them to his kid. Nm: Red faced Ed! Why would you take from the girl!? Ed: Toddler was hungry, and you said you’d pay when we came back out. Nm: $10 Now. You will be paying for this. Ed gives Nm the money and hands it to me. Me: The cookies are onl-Nm cuts me off and says in a lower voice Nm: keep the extra. I’m really sorry about this. I walk back out of the store, give the money to my mom and start packing up. Later the Nm walks out WITHOUT Ed. She apologizes again and buys a few more boxes from me. Apparently they were trying to fix their relationship and this was the final straw for her. She told him to find his own way home and left with toddler and the cookies.
2019.02.28 01:00 BigDildoTrefoils are the best Girl Scout cookie.
Nobody seems to like plain old short bread cookies anymore. When purchasing them, they always tell me they're the worst seller. Caramel delights (or Somoas if you're a heathen) are too fucking gooey. The mint ones and both peanut butter varieties are bland. There's also the fact a suggested serving is only 2 cookies for everything except trefoils.
2019.02.26 08:44 RICOHARENA"Bring the trefoils for us"
Hi all, long time reader because I love reading these crazy stories while safely tucked away in my safe little corner of the world. This is going to be a long read, but bear with me, because I have good grades and deserve this :p. Please forgive any mistakes as I'm typing on mobile. To preface, I should mention I have a lot of younger cousins. By a lot, I mean a lot. In my culture we typically think of cousins as siblings and I'm pretty close with all of them and quite a few are in the girl scouts. Being the good older brother I am, as I am the eldest of of everyone on both mom and dad's side of the family, I try to support them as much as I can, and this story in particular pertains to me buying girl scout cookies (alternative reasoning: I am weak as fuck when it comes to these cookies). Also to note, I am a software developer at a medium sized company, I have a good group of co-workers on my team, and get along relatively well with everyone else at the office, save for a select few, but even then, it's just fake smile and polite obligatory greetings as we pass each other in hallways. On to the story, which took place yesterday: For the past 3 years I have been buying just slightly over 90 boxes of various cookies, spending around 500 dollars. I give away 1-2 boxes to my close teammates and I sell the rest around the office half price. As pretty much expected, peoe are always grateful they don't have to spend 5 dollars per box, until now. There a two she-beasts in the office, both snooty product managers who believe they're better than 'shit-stain' developers as one so elegantly put it, and around 4:30pm (I leave at 5) they come over to my teams side to check out the boxes I have in my desk. Me: ya boi, RRRRRIIIIIIICCCCOOO Robullied: Robert, my coworker with a gastrointestinal issue (similar to colitis) where his stomach is larger due to inflammation of stomach linings, IIRC Jessicunt: A cunt named Jessica Abbietch: A bitch named Abbie Jessicunt: "Hey Rico, you got any more of those lemon cookies?" Me: "not sure let me check" Jessicunt: "I was the powdery ones, not the dry ones" Me: pulls out a box of lemonades (dry one) "Sorry seems like we only have this one lemon one left" Jessicunt: "well those are god aweful, can't you get more" Me: "sorry this is all I have (I actually felt bad because she didn't get what she wanted), I think [unimportant] is also selling for her daughter" Abbietch: "well can't you just buy more, also I want trefoils, get that for us too." Me: "Sorry Abbietch, the only other types have left are Tagalongs, Dosidos, and a box of thin mints" Abbietch: "But I'm allergic to peanut butter" Me: .... (I am quitely literally just trying to wrap up my work so I can leave) Abbietch: "Fine I'll take the lemon ones" Me: " Okay, thats 2.50" Abbietch and Jessicunt stood there confused for a fee seconds. Jessicunt: "Wait what, why do we have to pay, you gave it to [coworker1, 2, and Robullied] for free" Me: "And? They're on my team, they're my friends, I chose to give it to them" Jessicunt: "Well Robullied won't mind if I take the trefoils from him then will he. He honestly needs exercise more than cookies. He can take the peanut butter if he wants" The dude was within earshot and heard everything, but it's incredible. He doesn't let anything like that affect him negatively, hes open about his issue and doesn't get offended easily by strangers. Abbietch is sniggering away, and I'm not proud of what happened next, as it was completely out of line on my part, but I have no filter and say what I think or have thought but held in when I am pissed. Me: "That was uncalled for and definitely not something someone like either of you should say" Abbietch stopped laughing to ask: "Well what's that supposed to mean" Me:"Robullied has a medical issue but still married the girl of his dreams for 5 years, and have a kid together. What do you two have, 3 combined divorces, no kids, and more fake body parts than real? I'm sure you're the real winner" Abbietch is just standing there with her mouth open like a goldfish, trying to think of a response, but Jessicunt cuts in with her oh-so-witty response. Jessicunt: "Well think of it this way, We're the product managers who control you, and you're the low life shit stain developers who we can replace if we feel like it" Me: "If we're low life why do you choose to talk to us right now?" Abbietch is walking over to Robullied, but Coworker1 stops her and tells her to leave before he calls HR. HR. For some reason, after all the shit they pull, the one thing they're terrified of is HR. And for good reason too. They both looked concerned and left without saying anything. The remaining 10 or so minutes after that interaction were spent shit talking them, but the best bits from Robullied and Coworker1 were gold. Robullied: " I honestly didnt mind swapping trefoils for lemon, but she still had to pay you haha" Coworker1: after starting blankly like he was in deep thought: "But why she just take the fucking thin mints?" Reason I waited until today to post is because a coworker on another team is closely connected to an HR member, so he's in the loop. Apparently they were both reported prior to this incident for disrespectful behavior, bullying other employees, and disappearing for unapproved outings midday (Starbucks run). Let's see what happens from here, I'm optimistic
2019.01.13 01:52 Oxi-gloGirl Scout cookies aren't that good.
Worse, they sound like they'd be good too. Cookie entirely made of peanut butter and chocolate? Nope, tastes like styrofoam with peanut butter texture. Cononuts, caramel, chocolate? Tasted like shredded paper with a hint of chocolate. Savannah Smiles, Trefoils, and those other peanut butter ones taste like solidified laundry lint. Thin mints, the most overhyped, classic girl scout cookies of them all, are disgusting.
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2018.08.20 23:45 rainbowterfly[Giveaway] Do it all for the cookies!
CLOSED So, I'm a Girl Scout leader and cookie manager. At one point this Spring, I had 500+ boxes of cookies in my house. I have some cookies left over that we're never going to eat. That's where you come in! All you have to do is tell me what your favorite cookie is! (Doesn't have to be a GS cookie, just in general.) And then let me know which of my cookies you'd like. I'm going to limit it to 2 boxes per person for now. If I have leftovers, I'll circle back. Here's what I have: Trefoils - 3 1 Toffee-tastic (gluten free) - 6 Tagalongs - 3 Samoas - 2 Thin Mints (vegan!) - 1 Do-si-dos (not pictured, bc I didn't find them until after. They are peanut butteoatmeal sandwich cookies) - 1 Gotta have an intro. Gotta be willing to send me your address. Note: the cookie have a best by date of Sept. 1st. However, they've been in my freezer, so they should last past that just fine. And you'll get them before the 1st, so depending on how fast you eat, that won't be a factor anyway. Yaaay cookies!! Edited to add: I'm willing to ship international. Just going to take longer to get to you, obviously. Ends when I run out, which looks like it will be tonight!
2018.07.23 06:10 green_griffonNotes on solving the 07/22/18 New York Times acrostic puzzle
I knew four right away: “F. Shortbread cookie sold by Girl Scouts” (7 letters) is TREFOIL, “H. Alloy of silver and gold” (8 letters) is ELECTRUM, “P. Proposed particle that travels faster than light” (7 letters) is TACHYON, and “S. Brand of vodka made in Sweden” (7 letters) is ABSOLUT. The first word in the puzzle is - - E; the second letter is the last one in “I. One of Cyprus’s two official languages”, so most then likely an H, and if that first word is THE then “C. Isolated and vulnerable (4 wds.)” (10 letters) would gain the T to become O - T - - - - - - - - which would make it OUTONALIMB, that looks encouraging. Word 47-49 is A - - and it is between some long words on either side so AND looks likely. This makes “T. Gareth or Gawain, to King Arthur” (6 letters) start with N, let’s try NEPHEW there. Word 93-95 is now - H - after a two-letter word, so THE; in fact word 67-69 T - - after - F and word 103-105 T - - after another two-letter word are also worth filling in as THE, although none of that unlocks anything useful. Single-letter word 174 just before the last word in the answer is almost certainly A; this makes “O. Skill displayed by funambulists” (7 letters) be - A - - - - -, so on the theory that a funambulist is a tightrope walker I’ll try BALANCE there. This doesn’t make anything pop out but it does have some nice meshing with the current letters, like word 50-58 ending in A B - - (possibly “ble” or “bly” ending) and word 149-157 starting with - N C - N (possibly “un” or “in” beginning). I we fill in the L after AB in word 50-58, then “E. 1956 No. 1 album with the opening track ‘Rip It Up’” (5 letters) is - L - - -, filling in ELVIS makes the last letter in long word 130-138 be an S which is good. Elsewhere, the third-to-last word before A and word 175-180 is - - T -, I like WITH there, which makes “W. Publicly stated, sworn” (6 letters) be - - - W - - which is AVOWED, and that in turn gives us, starting at letter 11, - H - - E [hyphen] - O E -, - L O - - - which can only be THREE-TOED SLOTHS. Finally we’re getting a bit of grid-to-clue-answer input. “J. California city of county, home to a University of California campus” (9 letters, - I - - - - - D E) is RIVERSIDE (the ending of word 50-58 revealed to be ABLE) and “Y. ‘Guess that’ll show you’ (2 wds.)” (7 letters, - - - H - - E) is SOTHERE (word 122-129 is now B - A - Y - U S…let me get back to you on that). Assuming the ending of “I. One of Cyprus’s two official languages” (7 letters, - - - - - - H) is ISH, that makes word 39-46 - A I R C - - - which I am guessing is HAIRCUTS. Continuing on the hair theme, starting at 139 e have W - I - -, L O O - -, - N C A N - I - -, L - - E, -, - - C - - - T, WITH, A, M - L - - - which I think is WHICH LOOKS UNCANNILY LIKE A [something] WITH A MULLET. That should break things open, and indeed it does. “B. Vanilla plants and their kin” (7 letters, - - - H - D -) is ORCHIRDS, “D. Orange fruit with an edible rind” (7 letters, K - - - U - T) is KUMQUAT, “I. One of Cyprus’s two official languages” (7 letters, - - - K I S H) is TURKISH, “K. End result, final consequence” (6 letters, U - - H - T) is UPSHOT, “L. Bearer of North America, per native myth” (6 letters, - - R T - -) I guess really is TURTLE (not “turtles”?!?), “P. Smell-related” (9 letters, - L - - - T - - -) is OLFACTORY, “Q. Vain, futile, to no avail” (7 letters, - S E L - - -) is USELESS, “U. Common site for a canal” (7 letters, - - - - - U S) is ISTHMUS, and “V. Where to find a crow’s-nest or a staff” (8 letters, - - S T H E A -) is (ha ha) MASTHEAD. We currently have five unsolved clues: “A. Thought process” (9 letters, a mere C at the beginning), “G. The Big Rock Candy Mountain, to hobos” (6 letters, H - - - - N)—oh wait, is that…well, let’s wait and see, “M. Rootlike anchor for some aquatic life” (8 letters, H - - - - - S T) which I know I have seen before but can’t remember, “N. Forte of the sorcerer Albus Dumbledore” (7 letters, - - - H E - Y), and “X. Roughly shaped; dull-witted and lethargic” (7 letters, - - - - I - -). Meanwhile on the grid the second word 4-10 is V - R I - U S VARIOUS, and then sloths S - O R -, M - D I E V A L SPORT MEDIEVAL haircuts, and also - - M O - A B L E, S M I - E S [something #1] SMILES. New sentence, then OF, THE, - - U R, - P E C I E S, THE, - - R - - S T, OF, THE, B U N - -, - S, THE, M A R V E L O U S - Y, - - - E - which is OF THE FOUR SPECIES THE [something #2] OF THE BUNCH IS THE MARVELOUSLY [something #3]. The name itself is BRADYPUS, T O R Q U A T - S (SRLSY C&R you put an obscure scientific name in your Acrostic!?!) which looks like a mulleted C O C - - U T COCONUT. So we only have those three somethings plus the species name to fill in. “A. Thought process” (9 letters, C O - - I T - O N) is COGNITION, “M. Rootlike anchor for some aquatic life” (8 letters, H O - - F A S T) is (I remember now!) HOLDFAST, “N. Forte of the sorcerer Albus Dumbledore” (7 letters, - L C H E - Y) is ALCHEMY, and “X. Roughly shaped; dull-witted and lethargic” (7 letters, L - - P I S H) is LUMPISH. Looks like we need an unexpected final back-and-forth to polish it off. The missing words are I M M O - A B L E IMMOVABLE (smiles), L A R G - S T LARGEST (of the bunch), M - N E D MANED (marvelously so); the species has been revealed to be TORQUATUS. So Big Rock Candy Mountain is in fact HEAVEN to hobos, the author’s name is COOKE, the title is THETRUTHABOUTANIMALS, and we are done!
2018.03.11 02:37 That1weirdpersonWhy are Girl Scout cookies so popular?
Yeah, I get it. They're cookies. They're filled with sugar that people like. But what's so good about them? They're just mass-manufactured cookies that aren't even freshly made with preservatives so they can last for half a year. I don't mean to be hypocritical as I bought a box of Trefoils and Savannah Smiles, but I see so many people around me stocking up on them in large amounts eating tons in 1 sitting. I get that it's to help the Girl Scouts, but those boxes are overpriced, and you can get cookies fresher and cheaper in bulk at Whole Foods (their big, thin crispy oatmeal raisin cookies are far superior, in my opinion). So why do people buy tons of these cookies, because if they're looking for taste, they'd go to a bakery for fresh ones, or make it themselves.
2018.01.09 18:23 i2ammeIt is Girl Scout Cookie time
your local Girl Scout is taking Pre-orders for cookies! Thin mints, Samosa, Tagalongs, Do-si-do's, trefoils, and Savannah Smiles are $4 a box, and they also have the smore samwhich's and GF toffeetastics for $6. Pre-ordering ends on Jan 22nd! Delivery is the week of Feb 12th!
2017.03.17 16:30 LoxieeloxxGirl Scout 🍪 for Tea - World Wide
Hi All, I have four boxes of girl scout cookies and I am open to all offers and prefer: pu-ehr, black tea or teaware. I have the following boxes; (1) Caramel deLites / Samoas, (1) Do-si-dos , (1) Savannah Smiles and (1) Shortbread/Trefoils. Thank you. :) Edit: Pending Trades; u/Abc7993 - Savannah Smile u/FaithlessRoomie Shortbread/Trefoils & Do-si-dos
Shortbread or Trefoils: Where do my Girl Scout cookies come from?
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