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Old 09-16-2009, 03:47 AM   #51
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cookies!

I haven't had girl scout cookies for so long...my favorite back then were the Thin Mints...i've got to have one of those soon,,..I also miss animal shortbread, i usually see these on Christmas.\


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Old 09-20-2009, 02:28 PM   #52
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So the Animal Shortbreads are still around?
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Old 09-20-2009, 02:38 PM   #53
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So the Animal Shortbreads are still around?
if they were from the girl scouts i don't remember them. the only animal crackers i remember were nabisco in the box that looked like an animal cage with the strap to carry the box with. i can still get those at gas stations, well thats where I see them when on trips and my tummy needs calming down.
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Well, Mexican Mama seems to know what I'm talking about and from the sound of it, they're still out there. Here's hopin'.

They're not an "animal cracker" though. They're actually a big crispy square of shortbread, coated with chocolate on the back. They're only called animal shortbreads b/c they have animal shapes on the front of them.

I remember those animal crackers. They were right next to the little boxes of Nabisco Chocolate Snaps that I always got. Mmm Chocolate Snaps... Now there's something I really miss.
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Well, Mexican Mama seems to know what I'm talking about and from the sound of it, they're still out there. Here's hopin'.

They're not an "animal cracker" though. They're actually a big crispy square of shortbread, coated with chocolate on the back. They're only called animal shortbreads b/c they have animal shapes on the front of them.

I remember those animal crackers. They were right next to the little boxes of Nabisco Chocolate Snaps that I always got. Mmm Chocolate Snaps... Now there's something I really miss.
oh yeah!! chocolate snaps and cheese tidbits!!
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Well, Mexican Mama seems to know what I'm talking about and from the sound of it, they're still out there. Here's hopin'.

They're not an "animal cracker" though. They're actually a big crispy square of shortbread, coated with chocolate on the back. They're only called animal shortbreads b/c they have animal shapes on the front of them.

I remember those animal crackers. They were right next to the little boxes of Nabisco Chocolate Snaps that I always got. Mmm Chocolate Snaps... Now there's something I really miss.


thanks for the information
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Old 09-21-2009, 08:56 AM   #57
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i remember the shortbread GS cookies i just don't remember them having chocolate or an animal on them. now i'm gonna have this on my mind forever!!
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Old 11-09-2009, 07:33 PM   #58
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LOVE girl scout cookies, thin mints, samoas, and tagalongs are my favorites! And the thin mints are so good when they are frozen!
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