Girl Scout Cookies season has begun and that means it is time for delicious treats to pop up around towns across America. And one police department is warning people of this new arrival.
The Kenosha Police department in Wisconsin is having some fun with the arrival of the Girl Scout cookies season. On Facebook, the department shared a hilarious post about the sweet treat’s 2020 arrival and it is one that will both make you laugh and warm your heart.
Thanks to KCCI Des Moines for sharing the news of this very important warning, we now know that a very addictive substance is currently circulating. This public warning lets people know that the Kenosha police, “have received reports that a highly addictive substance will soon be arriving in our area. These substances go by several different street names. Thin Mints, Peanut Butter Patties, Thanks-A-Lot, Peanut Butter Sandwich, Shortbread and S’mores are a few of them.”
But that’s not all they warned of in their Facebook post. They also pointed out that the “operation” to distribute this substance is being overseen by young girls with a cause. (And yes, this entire post had me laughing.)
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So, what does the police department in Wisconsin think people should do if they come into contact with these Girl Scout Cookies? Well, they say you should bring them in so they can handle the “proper disposal” of the addictive product.
It sounds to us like the Kenosha Police Department might just be looking for some Girl Scout Cookies of their own. And we totally understand. After all, we have a hard time resisting those Thin Mints, Samoas (also known as Caramel deLites), and Tagalongs.
Considering how many companies are also using these cookie flavors to inspire their own sweet treats, we are not surprised that the Kenosha police are warning the general public about these addictive treats. Of course, we are all for getting this reminder as it is exactly what we need to make sure we remember to snag a box or two for ourselves.
What do you think of the “warning” the Kenosha Police Department posted? Did you find the post funny? Will you be snagging a box or two of Girl Scout Cookies? Tell us what you think in the comments.