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Samoas vs. Thin Mints

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    • Could be better
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Perky72   

This is a life-changing realization for me. I always used to think the unremarkable thin mints were subsidized by the awesome samoas, sort of like a farmer making profit on one crop and using that to pay for another at a loss, merely to claim diversification. But apparently people not only buy them but like them!

Samoas 4 life

And those ferrero rocher (sp?) are killer. I also looove petit fours

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jobaga   
This isn't even a competition. Samoas have so much more to them than Thin Mints.

+1 Samoas rule!

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Seeing that I have 6 boxes in my downstairs freezer (and 2 in the upstairs freezer, oh - and 1 in the office fridge) I'm gonna have to go with Samoas on this one. :)

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I like my samoas warm. Chilled or frozen is okay, but warm or at least room temp is even better.

Thin mints are pretty good too. It's one of the few chocolate combo mint things that I like.

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If I could only have one cookie for the rest of my life, they would be thin mints.

The thin mints can't compete with the Samoas. Not even close. And hell, you can get something better than the mints at the grocery store. I think they call them Grasshoppers or something. I think Keebler makes them. Way better.

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The thin mints can't compete with the Samoas. Not even close. And hell, you can get something better than the mints at the grocery store. I think they call them Grasshoppers or something. I think Keebler makes them. Way better.

Grasshoppers and thinmints are about the same IMO...

Samoas = best ever.

And there was a thread with a poll about this at this time last year. Samoas came out on top then, too, though thinmints were not far behind.

http://extremeskins.com/showthread.php?t=279177

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PCS   

Can't eat the thin mints. Ain't happenin'. Somoas on the other hand. I can eat a box before the wrapping hits the floor.

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DON'T MAKE ME CHOOSE!!!!!!!!!

Actually I put Samoas in the rare category of perfect snack food, along with original Doritos and SlimJim.

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DON'T MAKE ME CHOOSE!!!!!!!!!

Actually I put Samoas in the rare category of perfect snack food, along with original Doritos and SlimJim.

Yeah Im with you on that... Can cool ranch Doritos be considered original?

My favorite game day snacks like that are...

Crab Chips

Jalapeno Chips

Cool Ranch Doritos

Sweet Chili Doritos

Jalapeno Cheetos (tryed them like a week ago, awesome)

Chili Cheese Fritos (thats the flavor of em')

Hot Fries

Cant wait for Skins opening day!

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If someone asked...

What is the most popular GSC? I would have thought thin mints, yet I like Samoas better. Glad other people agree.

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SkinsBry   

I can't get behind either of the top two. This year I got the Dulce de Leche which were very good, not as good as the Dulces they had last year but I liked them. The Thank U Berry Munch which were absolute money this year, I hope they keep them.

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Where's the love for the Tagalong? That, my friends, is the greatest Girl Scout Cookie ever conceived.

Yeah, I don't get why people are comparing Samoas to Thin Mints, since there is no contest there. But, Samoas vs Tagalongs, now there is a contest.

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