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Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal by Zach Weinersmith for February 16, 2016

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    bookworm0812  almost 6 years ago

    Umm…..do you not see the simple solution, young lady. She makes the donation to you, and then that means however many boxes are paid for. YOU can have the cookies. A friend of mine was selling candy bars and a lady told her to keep the candy, so they ate it.

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    emptc12  almost 6 years ago

    Many, many years ago I had to sell band candy, Christmas cards, and Christmas wrapping paper for grade school projects. It felt like a fraud, even then. Mostly relatives bought it, and the look on their faces told me they didn’t really want to. Forget going door to door, even back then most parents wouldn’t let us..But of course there was always somebody like Donald the Perpetual Overachiever who sold hundreds of boxes because his father sold for him at his workplace. Whoever says childhood is a completely fun, carefree time doesn’t remember stuff like that.

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    PoodleGroomer  almost 6 years ago

    Girl Scouts own the cookie contracts and keep most of the profits. Candy, wrapping paper and card profits go to the vendor instead of the selling organization.

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