Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Cookie Monster

I purchased two boxes of Girl Scout cookies from a professor at school who was selling them on behalf of his daughter. Now I want to eat them, and am, occasionally, doing so. The only problem with this is that they contain partially hydrogenated oils--banned in several countries because they are unhealthy. In general, I avoid buying anything that contains them and this is usually no problem. But my will is weakened by the Girl Scout branding...these cookies couldn't hurt me--they're made by Girl Scouts!


  1. I'll eat them for you if you need me to. You're my friend, and I feel it's my duty to protect you from those partially hydrogenated oils.

  2. Are they made with real girl scout?