Your eyes do not deceive you. According to the Los Angeles Times, there are two bakeries that make Girl Scout Cookies in the United States, resulting in two very different kinds of cookies.
Looking at the two different kinds of Thin Mints, I'm pretty happy to be living in Little Brownie Bakers' delivery zone. For one thing, the other bakery's Thin Mints have little tiny holes in the cookie, and they are crunchier. I'm not sure I'm comfortable with that.
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