For those of you who love Girl Scout Cookies—and I mean, honestly, who isn't obsessed with those ridiculous cookies—the organization is planning on cutting their cookie offerings down by half.
"Our top five varieties make up 77% of cookie sales," says Amanda Hamaker, the manager of national product sales for the Girl Scouts, which have been selling cookies since 1917. "The others are yummy and fun, but they're side dressing — leaving councils with an awful lot of alternate varieties left over."
Here's the list of six that they plan to keep:
Samoas (also known as Caramel deLites)
Lemon Chalet Cremes
Tagalongs (aka Peanut Butter Patties)
For fans of the other flavors, sorry but here are the flavors that will be disappearing:
Dulce de Leche
Thank U Berry Munch
You okay with this?