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November 07, 2007

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Colleen

Have you ever tried putting thin mints in the freezer??? Yum!!!

ValleyGirl

Yeah, clearance sale Halloween candy is sure to by my undoing this week, too!! Here's to practising some self-control this week! (hopefully the scale will notice!)

Cece

Thin Mints are the DEBIL!!!

MamaBearJune

Oh, I have so been there! But now I enjoy the 100 calorie packs of the FudgeShoppe Grasshoppers. They taste almost exactly like the GS TM, but they don't have that thick, greasy texture. Here's to a better week next week! :-D

crookedeyebrow

I killed an entire box of tagalongs.Hence, I'm sure I gained...


I so bad

girlymama

I just polished off the last fun sized bar in a bag of candy that I bought on FRIDAY. Not counting all the candy I've snuck out of my kids Halloween bags.

Its so nice to know you're not alone.

Dana

Back when GS cookies had those Trefoils (they used to make them with sugar on them back in the day!) I would eat an entire box in one sitting - not just one sleeve.

Marjorie

Have you tried storing things like that in the Veggie drawer in the fridge? The kids never look there- hehe.

Dixiechick

Thank God...I am not the only one...I love thin mints..in fact, I truly wished I had some right now....

Amy F.

Is it bad that I think one sleeve in 8 hours time is not that big of a deal? In one sitting, yeah...but spread out throughout the day, doesn't count the same, right? :-) Thin mints sound so good to me right now. I can't remember the last time I had Girl Scout cookies. I agree that the 100-calorie Grasshopper packs are really good.

Thea @ I'm a Drama Mama

I was somehow able to avoid the girl scout cookies this year. I'm filling the void with Halloween candy, though, so it hasn't been that bad... : )

jennifer

i seriously dont think anyone could blame you...thin mints are irresistible. i have to have mine frozen though. in fact...that makes me crave them right now!!!

Fizz

See, I think the only bummer in this story is that your kids are old enough to notice you sneaking cookies and now they want in on the action! Smooch still doesn't really notice when we're getting into something delicious and not-for-toddlers. So if I go scarf a sleeve of Thin Mints, I still don't have to give ANY of them away. ;-)

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elle

woman, you are making me drool. Our girlscout time isn't until March. And oh honey... a sleeve of thin mints is nothing. Try an entire box in 6 hours. not pregnant.

Clayton

Hi,
I enjoyed checking out your blog. I'm a recent grad in Silicon Valley, and I've just started a company that is mapping the blogosphere to our world. Here is an example of a blogger in Georgia who's plugged in: https://www.verveearth.com/landing/#type=user&id=772. It can be fun to explore different localities.

It's an easy process to get on board, and I can be reached at clayton@verveearth.com for questions or feedback. If you resonate with the vision of painting a global canvas of voices, please give VerveEarth a mention.

Cheers! -Clayton


Clayton

Hi,
I enjoyed checking out your blog. I'm a recent grad in Silicon Valley, and I've just started a company that is mapping the blogosphere to our world. Here is an example of a blogger in Georgia who's plugged in: https://www.verveearth.com/landing/#type=user&id=772. It can be fun to explore different localities.

It's an easy process to get on board, and I can be reached at clayton@verveearth.com for questions or feedback. If you resonate with the vision of painting a global canvas of voices, please give VerveEarth a mention.

Cheers! -Clayton


Michelle

Oh I have eaten so many sleeves of Thin Mints over the years...okay, truthfully, it probably happens every year!!! It's just weird that your cookies showed up at Halloween time--I always thought it was a winter/spring thing.

tanyetta

you get brownie (no hint intended) points for sharing one. now if you said you shared more than like 4 pieces then I would have to boot you out of the sneaking snacks club ;)

i loved this post!

Mel

Oh my gosh I totally hear you this week! My downfall was the fun size candies, but believe me if i had some girl scout friends I would be eating in the pantry with you. I wouldn't stop at one sleeve either. Those thin mints should be against the law!!

dcrmom

Um. Hullo. Thin Mints? It's Girl Scout Cookie season already??? HOW did I miss this? I love me some Thin Mints.

InTheFastLane

I LOVE thin mints! I hope no one hijacked my girl scout, because I haven't seen my cookies yet.

Lynette

You are crazy! I've got my stash of 6 boxes of the peanut butter patties when I get my cookie attack, but I don't know if I would be as brave as you to admit to eating a whole sleeve. Brave and crazy - You are a wild one, but that's why I like you! ;-)

Rhonda (Mimi)

I finally got my girl scout cookies Saturday...I keep the thin mints in the freezer, which I have 2 at a time here and there....

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