If These 8 Girl Scout Cookies Were College Majors
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If These 8 Girl Scout Cookies Were College Majors

Some are fun, others...not so much.

If These 8 Girl Scout Cookies Were College Majors

Whenever springtime rolls around, one of the first things I think of is Girl Scout cookies. I don't think of warmer weather or sunny days because, in the south, March means two more winters and one spring all packed into one month. So, if you're sitting inside while it's snowing, it is best to snuggle up with some Girl Scout cookies and continue procrastinating your homework.

Thin Mints = Education

This major is super popular these days, especially among schools in the south. Since Thin Mints are also the most popular cookie, these would be the best fit.

Tagalongs = Business

For some reason, I've always connected business people with peanut butter chocolate. They are serious on the outside, but fun on the inside!

Samoas = Speech Pathology and Audiology

The BEST cookie and the BEST major...no more questions.

Do-si-does = Art/Dance/Music

Whenever I hear the word "do-si-do," I think of the dance and not the cookie. So, I put two and two together and figured music/dance majors would love the cookie that sounds like them!

Lemonades = Computer Science and Cyber Security

It takes a special kind of person to love a lemon cookie, and it takes a special kind of person to love coding and all that other techie stuff.

Trefoils = Communications

A simple cookie and a simple major. What more is there to say?

S'mores = Psychology

S'mores always have so many things going on in one bite, so it only takes a Psychology major to be able to figure it all out.

Caramel Chocolate Chip = Math

No, just no.

If you haven't bought a box (or four) of Girl Scout cookies yet, you are living under a rock. Support some girls and feed your tummy something yummy!

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