You haven't eaten them yet? You must have a heroic amount of self-control.
The administrators were the meanest bunch of hairy-legged angry lesbians I have ever met. The treated me terribly--it was an awful place to work until I finished the job and got the heck out of there.
Who cares what they do as long as the Thin Mints run on time...;-)
Love the cookies too. But if I had daughters, they wouldn't be Girl Scouts.
I stopped buying the cookies 20 years ago.
The cookies are good, but they're waaaaaay too expensive, an very little goes to actually fund Girl Scout activiities. For whatever reason, the Boy Scouts seem to do a better job of providing for the kids. IMHO, GSA is more about raising funds to support the GSA corporate bureaucracy by exploiting child labor to sell cookies.
BTW, I don't flatly refuse to donate. I just don't buy the cookies. Whenever I'm approaced by somebody wanting to sell cookies to me, I make a $5 or $10 cash donation instead. The local troop gets full benefit from my donation without having to fork over 99% to the national GSA and cookie manufacturers.
I enjoy GS cookie time too. It's only then that it's semi-allowable for me to express my dislike of the group. Usually conservatives have to keep their beliefs to themselves at work, but when being harrassed by every mother and father pimping their kids' cookies on everyone gives me the chance to tell them why I don't support that cause.