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A Love Letter to Pillsbury Holiday Cookies

"These cookies make my heart feel all warm and fuzzy."

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A Love Letter to Pillsbury Holiday Cookies
Pillsbury Christmas Cookies

Fact: Christmas isn't Christmas without some ready-to-bake Pillsbury sugar cookies. For those who may not know what I'm talking about, these cookies are packaged, ready-to-bake, and topped with adorable Christmas tree/reindeer/snowman designs. Basically, they are sent down from Heaven above.

These cookies not only represent happiness, but they represent the child-like joy that emerges when the Christmas season rolls around. If you have not tasted one, I suggest you go out and purchase some right away because these bad boys are absolutely life changing. Don't believe me? Here are some A+ positive reviews from young adults like myself:

"I like that you can eat the dough raw and it tastes almost better... minimal effort [for] maximum binge eating."

"These cookies make my heart feel all warm and fuzzy."

"They bring out the memories from my childhood Christmas experiences."

and, for all you party people out there (at least 21 years of age)...

"Some good *stuff* if you're drinking."

"They are some good cookies. Thank you, cookies. One time I ate you warm when I was drunk, and you saved me."

In conclusion, these cookies are the bomb. In fact, I am feasting on some as I write this article. With only little time left until 2017, I suggest you enjoy these fruits of the gods before the "new year, new me" mindset kicks in. Treat yourself.

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