Does anyone know why Girl Scout cookies are only available once a year? It seems like they'd make a lot more money as an organization if they sold them year-round. And why hasn't any major cookie-manufacturing company made knock-off Girl Scout cookies and started selling them all the time? Granted, there'd be some backlash for kneecapping the beloved Girl Scouts' one mode of fundraising, but the cookies are delicious. I'm sure people would still buy the fake thin mints and peanut butter patties once they got over their moral outrage.
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