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February 22, 2011

TOTALLY JUSTIFIED

A Naples woman was arrested Sunday after deputies say she attacked her roommate over a box of Thin Mint Girl Scout cookies.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

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Suggestion: Replace her regular coffee with Folger's Crystals Sanka, and refill the GSCBox with some Keeblers Grasshoppers. She'll calm down and never know the difference.

Cops need to have some compassion. Those are really good cookies.

She was heard screaming "I want SAMOA!"

Those are my favorite gsc's, sandy!

to die for, sherly!

Wanke, but not after seeing the mugshot.

Obviously, her herbal supplement was some GOOOOOOOOD ch!t.

I sort of feel that way over their Lemonade Sandwich cookies. I ate 3 boxes of those once. In the same day. I'd do it again if I could. I could always up my dosage of insulin..........

Be honest: look at that picture and answer this question - would you have tried to take her cookies?

And by the way, I saw Thin Mint Melee open for Strawberry Alarm Clock in '68.

NotSherly, Jackie is totally with you on that. If it has coconut in it she is there.

Is there a better reason? She had some powerful PMS going on and no chocolate to soothe the savage beast.

I blame processed sugar.

That's one sharp-lookin' cookie ... in the mug shot ...

And a titty-biter to boot!

Fully justified action.

Thin Mints are the crack cocaine of the cookie world. Except they taste much better.

Hell hath no fury like a woman sconed.

You take my Thin Mints, and I will break your fingers.

Some people REALLY like their Thin Mints.
A lesson I learned from my wife years ago.
I usually don't like a play-by-play but that one was pretty interesting.

When I was in my 20's I worked with a lady who had 2 Girl Scouts. I bought and snarfed down some serious Thin Mints. Candy with a cookie inside.

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