One Does Not Simply Mess With The Girl Scouts

5 Mar

Prepare yourself, America, because:


That’s right! Tis the season swarms of green clad schoolgirls descend upon us, bearing gifts of their delicious, delicious crack-cookies.

The Girl Scouts have been in the news a lot lately. From welcoming a transgendered child into their ranks to being attacked by religious groups for encouraging young girls to be strong and independent (heaven forbid!), the Internet simply can’t stop buzzing about the ridiculously awesome the Girl Scout organization.

(Oh, the horror!)

And now, another story proving how awesome Girl Scouts are:
Texan residents Iravia Cotton and Rachel Johnson were regular girl scout girls peddling their delicious cookie goodness outside the local Wal-Mart when they were robbed by two lame men. However, because they are Girl Scouts and won’t put up with such silliness without a fight, they attempted to put the robbers in their place.
By punching them.
And hanging onto the car as the men drove off.
“Who steals from a Girl Scout? I mean, seriously, it’s like the worst thing ever. I hope your face hurts from when Iravia punched you — jerks!” said angry little Rachel Johnson.

The story is a chilling reminder that you do not ever, Ever, EVER mess with the girl scouts.
While the robbers are still at large with $200 of purloined cookie money, these two girls can sleep soundly tonight knowing they put up a fight in the face of injustice.

Click here to check out the original story, as well was watch the news segment.
Be sure to show your support to your local girl scout troop, and buy some cookies!

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