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On Thursday, a South Carolina man was charged with stealing more than 5,000 boxes of Thin Mints and Shortbreads, The Associated Press reported.

Police fingered 37-year old Christopher Maurice Morton as the alleged cookie culprit who took $19,000 worth of Girl Scout cookies from a Spartanburg, S.C., warehouse.

The owner of Carey Moving and Storage reported more than 450 cases missing after an inventory was conducted on Feb. 26.

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perhaps he planned to sell the cookies like anyone else and then take the profits, or just become a big fat fatty.

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And I thought about Tim Curry in Loaded Weapon 1 ....

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It

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like a boss

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****** is lucky he didn't steal the Caramel Delights... or jail would be the safest place for him

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****** is lucky he didn't steal the Caramel Delights... or jail would be the safest place for him

Peanut butter all the way

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They better not giving him a job in the Prison kitchen as that would be taking the biscuit

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I know how he feels. Girl Scout cookies are the best. I am eating one right now. :p

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^ That sounds dirty.

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^ That sounds dirty.

Not me. :D

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Now if he was eating Brownies, that would sound dirty.

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I love the Thin Mints - would steal a few boxes of them lol.

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Thin Mints are good but they've been reducing the number of cookies per box while increasing the price, so I can't blame him for stealing them. Is there an open source alternative to Thin Mints?

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Thin Mints are good but they've been reducing the number of cookies per box while increasing the price, so I can't blame him for stealing them. Is there an open source alternative to Thin Mints?

^ All the GS cookies are just rebranded versions of regular store cookies.

Keebler makes the Fudge Stripe.

I think Nabisco used to make Thin Mint cookies.

Here's a recipe for home baking:

http://www.thedailymeal.com/thin-mints-1

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^ All the GS cookies are just rebranded versions of regular store cookies.

They seem to taste better than the regular store brands.

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^ Maybe nowadays, but not so in the past.

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