Caitlin: They're like 8 years old, they're not going to knock you down or anything. They're not evil. I was a Girl Scout. The Girl Scouts helped me get into college. They sell [the cookies] for a reason, most of the time to raise money for projects and charities. But they're also little girls and they win prizes and go to camp.
Jeff: Yes, they are. Salesmen in general are annoying. They're pushy. And you feel obligated to buy because it's a friend's or an employee's child. It gets aggressive. When they set up camp to try to sell their cookies. I say, 'No speak English.' It's aggressive marketing. And if it's your boss's child, you feel obligated so you buy 10 boxes. And the Boy Scouts with their popcorn are just as bad.
Caroline and Anne Clare: We sell cookies for charities, for Ronald McDonald House and make little packages for the Ronald McDonald House. We help people that don't have enough money to buy things and if their kid is sick in the hospital they can stay there. And it goes to art and crafts for the Brownies and to parties and stuff. We learn to respect people and manners. We love being Girl Scouts. You go camping and you learn nature and habitats and making s'mores.
I'm glad these guys are getting their deserved hype but seriously.... 'Is art the new…
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yeah, TW, why'd you make the space so small?