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Old 01-27-2011, 06:56 PM
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Oh, yes, my wife and I were both GS leaders (they needed a camping certified leader, so I went to leader camp--it was literally myself and 300 women. At least I got my own tent and there was one deep voice singing Kumbaya at the camp fire)

Anyway, my wife has recently informed me that she has "ordered one box of each" GS cookies .

Of course, I'll eat none, whatsoever (instead of my prior full box of thin mints and quart of milk at once sitting).

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It's funny because the GSCCC headquarters is about 20 minutes away. You think I could find some cookies!!! OMG, I'm going to have to hunt down a girl scout!
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Old 01-27-2011, 07:30 PM
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pb and j an apple and some Fig Newmans. A little kid lunch.
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Left-over conish game hen on toasted WW pita with hummus, topped with a little tomato and lettuce - my how hoity-toity!
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Old 01-27-2011, 11:54 PM
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Originally Posted by vabeachgirlNYC View Post
It's funny because the GSCCC headquarters is about 20 minutes away. You think I could find some cookies!!! OMG, I'm going to have to hunt down a girl scout!
Look no further, I live with 3 of them and I'm also a Brownie leader. You name it, I have crates of it in my pantry. Actually when it comes to cookies, the GS Thin Mint is not a bad option, only 35 calories each, all of them bad for you but a 35 calorie binge can be worked into a daily budget here and there.
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Old 01-27-2011, 11:55 PM
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Originally Posted by vabeachgirlNYC View Post
I need to find a girl scout! I want a thin mint sooo bad!
Keebler makes a 1/2 decent knock-off, called "Grasshoppers".
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Old 01-28-2011, 12:00 AM
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We just finished dinner, pan seared slow roasted pork tenderloin, milk pan gravy, sweet potatoes Lindsay (sweet potatoes with dried cranberries, maple syrup, butter and pecans), red freezer slaw and dinner rolls. I should have skipped the dinner roll, it put me over for the day.
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Old 01-31-2011, 05:45 AM
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Originally Posted by almeeker View Post
Look no further, I live with 3 of them and I'm also a Brownie leader. You name it, I have crates of it in my pantry. Actually when it comes to cookies, the GS Thin Mint is not a bad option, only 35 calories each, all of them bad for you but a 35 calorie binge can be worked into a daily budget here and there.
I can't believe I can't find one even one little GS! Eat just one TM cookie? Hahahaha!!!!

Someone else told me about the grasshopper kind. I tasted one and it's not a thin mint! I want the real stuff if I'm going to cheat!

ETA: I'm eating grapes right now.

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Old 01-31-2011, 02:01 PM
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One Thin Mint--that's funny--I don't ever remember eating less than a full box at a time. I'm better off totally abstaining!

Now, I'm looking forward to my lunch in about an hour: 2oz of tuna w/reduced cal mayo and relish on low cal "whole wheat" bread, followed by half a cup of 1% cottage cheese for dessert. The four pineapple rings I had for my mid-morning snack are already wearing a bit thin--don't those fructosey carbs burn off quick!

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I switched it up a bit for breakfast this morning -- I had a 100% whole wheat thin-cut bagel (Thomas' -- actually only 110 cals per bagel), spread with peanut butter, and a glass of 2% milk (probably about a cup and a half of it). We are having a protein morning! About 400 delicious cals which I needed, since I had a very low-cal day (952 total) yesterday and I was feeling famished when I woke up.
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Oatmeal with FF milk and a 1/2 banana added for the last minute of cooking. Nice on a snowy morning.

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