Girl Scouts Introduce Gluten-Free Cookies

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Girl Scouts Introduce Gluten-Free Cookies

In an effort to better accommodate those with gluten intolerance, a number of Girl Scout troops around the country will sell a gluten-free version of their chocolate chip shortbread cookie. What do you think?

  • “Aw, but my favorite part was that unique, gluteny taste.”

    Shane Hucker
    Air Pollution Analysts
  • “Looks like I owe my niece an apology for calling her a dirty fucking liar when she said this was happening.”

    Teresa Coffey
    Bench Carpenter
  • “Interesting. I should like to try one of these—what did you call them again? Cookies?”

    Albert Dewese
    Animator