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Girl Scouting isn’t for everyone

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Everyone loves Girl Scout cookies, even though they aren’t made from real Girl Scouts, as Wednesday Adams once so smugly pointed out. My favorites are Tagalongs and Do-Si-Dos. I’d like to say that every time I buy a box of the cookies I think back with fond memories of my days as a Girl Scout, but, instead, I remember being nervous about having to sell them and hoping I could win a camera with the incentives system.

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