So here's my list of five better ways for Girl Scouts to sell more cookies: See also: - The Girl Scouts are 100 today -- and cooler than you think - Girl Scouts of Colorado prepares for the national organization's 100th anniversary -Girl Scouts won't be arrested for selling door to door in Boulder, 'cause sheriff needs Thin Mints5. Send the Scouts to strip clubs. Anyone who has either frequented or worked at a titty bar knows that the exotic dancers get bored and hungry as hell between sets, and they always have cash on hand -- or in various spots -- in the form of small bills. Sending a few cookie emissaries into local boobie bars is one of the best ideas since boobie bars, and eager strippers with money burning holes in their G-strings will buy the ever-loving, red hell out of some Tagalongs, because exercising in the buff, drinking and popping scripts make ya work up quite an appetite.
4. Have the girls go to retirement communities.
Make the old folks holler "Get off of my lawn---get into my recreation and crafting area!" by offering to send pint-sized cookie-bearers into every nursing home in town. Sure, the poor kiddos will be ear-pulled and patted by old people, and possibly bored to tears with stories about Dwight Eisenhower, but that's the cost of doing good business, and informal Internet research has shown that elderly people will buy anything, real or not (property in Scammistan or fake amethyst jewelry from QVC) -- and Social Security checks spend just as well as green and coin shake.3. Recruit more boys to join the Girl Scouts.
The Boy Scouts may be stalling and stumbling about admitting gays, but the Girl Scouts have always been the truly progressive ones, and they freely allow boys to earn badges -- and sell cookies. If the organization sucks in more boys, they could sent them out in skirts to hawk boxes of sugar-loot to trendy hipster neighborhoods where boho, artist and college-professor-activist types would buy the shit out of those cookies, if for no other reason than boys wearing skirts are so cool these days.