Tagalong Girl Scout cookies

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2020.06.26 04:57 shawn19 Tagalong Peanut Butter Cookie Bars - Low Carb, Keto, THM S, Grain-Free, Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free. Tagalong Cookies simplified to just 6 ingredients & ready in an hour! These chocolate peanut butter cookie bars taste like your favorite Girl Scout treat!

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2020.06.08 19:37 BigBossG13 EM and Girl Scouts: The Good Leaders, The Bad EM, and The Cookies.

Hey Everyone, it’s me again! I was really hoping to not have to write about EM again, but here it goes. I’m on mobile, so feel free to troll me for grammar and spelling errors.
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Cast: EM - Entitled Mother MM- My Mom MD- My Dad Me- Me GSL- Girl Scout Leader
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Backstory: Due to COVID-19, handing out cookies was delayed in our council because we’re usually one of the last ones to hand out cookies and cookies hadn’t come in yet when Quarantine happened. My three Girl Scout Leaders rotate years to hand out and manage our cookies, and unfortunately for me, it was EM’s year to be our cookie manager.
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Story: So MD and I get the email that cookies came in. Great! We can finally start handing them out to our customers! We drive to EM’s house to pick up cookies, and I load the boxes in the car for my dad. EM has opened some of the larger boxes holding cookie boxes to put in my exact amount of cookies, and I had grabbed all of the boxes she handed me. She marks down all of the boxes I was SUPPOSED to have, and we leave. The next day, when I’m sorting out cookies, I notice that we’re missing a lot of Thin Mints and Tagalongs, which we’re supposed to have. I panic, and search the entire car. I tell MM and MD about it, and we can’t find the missing boxes. We look on the receipt for how many boxes we got, and we were supposed to have 10 boxes. We had only six. My dad tells me to ask EM about it in the Zoom meeting for Girl Scouts. And so I did.
Me: Hey EM! We’re missing some boxes of Thin Mints and Tagalongs-
EM interrupts me.
EM: you didn’t put them on the order form. It’s your fault.
I happen to think it’s odd that I wouldn’t have written it on the cookie totals, and tell MM so. We spend about a week trying to get ahold of EM post-meeting, and SHE NEVER ANSWERS. MD finally decides to email GSL, and she says she will talk to EM. GSL talks to EM, and then MD calls EM.
MD: Hi EM! Can we arrange a date to get our missing cookies and a few extras?
EM: Yeah! We have things BigBossG13 was going to need for meeting anyway. How does Sunday work for you?
MD: works great.
So we got our cookies. and hopefully EM has learned her lesson. Well, probably not. I apologize for this being short, but EM always has something entitled coming. Edit: so we just looked at cookies again and we’re missing a box again. Here we go, again!
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Read More about EM here: EM wouldn’t let me take a adult with me to Iceland Migraines, Iceland, and EM don’t mix
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2020.05.20 19:20 DrEllieSattler91 Thin Mints are the worst Girl Scout cookie

I don’t understand why everyone is so obsessed with them. I get that chocolate/mint is a great combo but these cookies are far from the greatest confection combining the two. They are dry, chalky, and not that flavorful. The chocolate isn’t fresh and the mint does not taste natural.
I think overall Girl Scout cookie quality has gone down over the year but there are still so many better options than Thin Mints; take Carmel Delights/Samosas, Peanut Butter Patties/Tagalongs, Lemonades, I mean, shit- even the Shortbread cookies were better, although I think they stopped making those....
TL;DR Thin Mints are not that good.
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2020.04.04 18:05 FALlacies_Ahoy CMA Girl Scout Cookie Scam

Okay. So. Girl scouts. They're little girls. The cookies, though. Delicious. Personally, I like the Samoas, caramel delights, whatever. The coconut and caramel ones. The fucking best, that's what they are. And as we all know, girl scouts usually set up shop by the entrance of super markets to get a larger potential customer base.
Enter (well, exit) me. I'd finished my shopping at Wal-Mart when I hear a voice. "Would you like to buy some girl scout cookies?" Sure, I would. Who wouldn't when they see those boxes of caramel excellence lined up, waiting to be devoured in one sitting?
I see the pairs of girls and guardians are busy with customers, so I sidle into place in line and start playing on my phone. I get a call and answer it. When my turn comes up, I order 3 boxes of cookies. 3 boxes, $4 a piece, $12 total.
My sister on the phone overhears the transaction and asks for some cookies. Fine. Make that 5 boxes, $20.
She starts talking to my dad and he wants some for now and later. Okay. 3 boxes of caramel delights, 2 boxes of thin mints, 3 boxes of tagalongs, 2 boxes of S'mores, no the other S'mores. Ah, gimme both. Make that 5 boxes of caramel delights and no thin mints. No! Add the thin mints back! Wait, 4 boxes of tagalongs and 4 boxes of... This goes on for a while as my family discusses the logistics of who wants what, how many of where and who will be paying whom back when, where and with how many goats.
The whole time this is going on, a line is growing behind me. I don't care, I want my cookies. The guardians are trying to help out, but everyone is getting confused due to the shifting order.
Eventually my family settles on what we want and I lumber back to my car with armfuls of cookies. The easy solution would've been to write down what I ordered and just do the basic bookkeeping to keep my order in line. They didn't do that because who would take extra cookies from girl scouts? I get back to the house, get reimbursed and realize I've come out several boxes of cookies ahead. Totally unplanned. What an unexpected accident! I proceed to enjoy my I'll gotten gains.
So, choose my alignment
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2020.03.28 22:46 yeonx3 Looking for cookies - CA!

Located in Southern California and am looking for Toffee, Samoas, Tagalongs. Would love to help out any Girl Scouts with cookies left!! :) Please PM me!
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2020.03.13 07:57 Under_TheBed Thin 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.
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2020.03.12 15:13 Dank-Boi-Official Thin Mints are BEYOND overrated.

Tagalongs are easily the best. If you have a nut allergy, though, stick to samoas, bc they’re the only good coconut flavored anything.
(these are girl scout cookies btw)
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2020.03.08 23:48 poisonivysoar Happy International Women’s Day Everyone! How are you guys spending the holiday?

I spent the whole day just shopping at the mall and at Costco with my mom. We got a tagalong Girl Scouts cookie box because they were selling inside the mall, but also because we thought it was funny that there’s a cookie name that’s close in spelling to Tagalog 😂
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2020.03.07 15:38 shawn19 Make healthy Tagalongs at home with only 7 simple ingredients. We're using almond flour cookies, peanut butter and melted chocolate chips to create a vegan and gluten-free version of this Girl Scout classic! #tagalongs #peanutbutterpatties #vegan #glutenfree #girlscoutcookies #eatingbirdfood

Make healthy Tagalongs at home with only 7 simple ingredients. We're using almond flour cookies, peanut butter and melted chocolate chips to create a vegan and gluten-free version of this Girl Scout classic! #tagalongs #peanutbutterpatties #vegan #glutenfree #girlscoutcookies #eatingbirdfood submitted by shawn19 to Health2020 [link] [comments]


2020.03.07 09:11 funnyfrets117 [TOMT] [Meme] Girl Scout Tagalong Cookie Band

Saw it earlier today on Facebook. There was dialogue of one of the Girl Scouts saying something about opening up the pit.
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2020.03.01 01:06 tedbaer99 Thin mints are overrated

Tagalongs and Samoas are both clearly superior in both taste and texture to thin mints. I don’t understand how they get so much hype. Whenever my family buys multiple types of Girl Scout cookies. Thin mints are never first to go.
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2020.03.01 00:35 Belugala_Love AITA for not ordering my husband an equal amount of cookies?

Every year that the Girl Scout cookie order form ends up in my office's break room, I always order 4 boxes, 2 of my favorite, and 2 of my husbands favorite. This is always met with my husband complaining that it's a waste of money to spend $5 per box of cookies, the store brand is available all year round, etc. I love me some Tagalongs and work hard for my money, so if I want my expensive cookies once a year, I'm going to get them. Despite all this complaining, he always eats the Thin Mints I get him.
This year, when I made the order, I did 3 of my box ( 2 tagalongs & 1 new type I haven't tried yet), and 1 of my husbands. I figured he wouldn't care to have less of something he was so against. Apparently I was wrong. When he found out that hes only getting a single box of Thin Mints, he got extra mad at me. He called me selfish for getting myself 3 boxes and him only 1. I offered to get him some of the store brand ones he loves to reference all the time, and he scoffed at me. He firmly believes I'm a selfish asshole for not getting him an equal amount.
Another thing to mention, I really dont like the mint cookies, but he enjoys my Tagalogs and I gladly share with him- it's not like hes limited to his one box.
So, AITA for only getting him 1 box this year?
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2020.02.26 01:26 levilarrington My 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
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2020.02.22 00:47 brieflyshypuppy Karen demands free cookies, is horrified to learn that Girl Scouts support gay rights

Well, I’m back again. It finally happened — an encounter with a completely wild Karen. It just happened today, and I’m still fuming about it. Obligatory “on mobile” warning.
Friday’s are my day off from work, and as such I use them to run errands and such. Today I needed to go to the library and Walmart, so I hopped on the bus and started my day. Library went as normal— I picked up a few books to read over the work week and sipped on a latte before heading on the bus to Walmart.
Today, a couple Girl Scouts had set up a table selling cookies outside, so I decided to grab a few boxes for me and my partners after my initial shopping was done. I got two boxes of Samoas and one box each of Thin Mints, Tagalongs, and Lemon-Ups. I didn’t have any room for the boxes in my backpack or in my Walmart bag, so I got an empty cardboard box from the stand to put my cookies in. Then I hopped back on the bus to go home.
My clearly-marked Girl Scout cookie box attracted the attention of the classic Karen — middle aged white lady with an “I want to speak to your manager” haircut. With her were two kids, EK (about 5), and a quieter kid QK who was around twelve. EK was eyeing my box, and tugged on his mom’s sleeve to point it out to her.
EM: Excuse me, my son is hungry. Can he have a box of your cookies?
Me: Uh, no? I bought these. They’re mine. If he asks nicely, he may have ONE cookie, but certainly not a box.
EM: Oh come on, no one can just have ONE Girl Scout cookie.
Me: Then you can go buy him a box. There’s —
EM: cuts me off Give him a damn box! Go pick out what kind you want, sweetie.
At this point, I close the cardboard box and tell EK no directly, telling him I bought these cookies and I plan on sharing them with my girlfriend, to which EM gasps loudly.
EM: How DARE you talk to my child about your gayness!
Me: Well, I assumed EK could see the buttons on my backpack (I had three Pride buttons, a big rainbow one, one that read “Yay for Gay,” and one that has my they/them pronouns on it). The point is, these are my cookies and your behavior is setting an awful example for your kids.
EM: HOW DARE YOU CALL ME A BAD MOTHER, YOU FAGGOT???
Maybe someone calmer would have simply gotten off the bus, but it was nowhere near the station and I had to transfer to get home. I simply looked EM in the eye and said, with the sweetest smile on my face, “Girl Scouts have been enlisting trans girls since their founding. So if you hate ‘faggots’ so much, maybe don’t beg a stranger for cookies that support gay rights, lady.”
QK spoke up: Mom, it’s almost our stop. And you can make Thin Mints at home, you did it before.
Me: That’s a good idea. Just don’t use essential oils unless they’re specifically marked food safe, my mom is a nurse and had someone come in after accidentally ingesting peppermint oil (not entirely true, I read a post about it online, and my mom is a phlebotomist, but Karen didn’t need to know that).
EM: Don’t tell me what to do!
She snatches up her purse and gets off the bus at the next stop, and I proceeded to type out this post. Stay safe from the wild Karen’s out there, folks. And don’t make cookies with essential oils.
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