If all charts were about Girl Scout Cookies, I’d have done better in college statistics

From Andrew Sullivan:

 

It’s Girl Scout Cookie season, organized by percentage of total sales: 

The only thing here that really surprises me is that Thin Mints are only 25% of sales. I would guessed around 40% just based on comments I’ve heard in those inevitable “which kind of Girl Scout Cookie is your favorite” conversation we’ve all had. Also, I guess I’m a little surprised that Samoas (my co-favorite along w/Thin Mints) ranked so low, but I think I underestimate just how many people (like my brother) truly hate coconut even if it’s wrapped in caramel and chocolaty goodness such as in Samoas.

What do you think of this? Any surprises to you?

 

 

 

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One Comment on “If all charts were about Girl Scout Cookies, I’d have done better in college statistics”

  1. September 12, 2011 at 1:12 pm #

    I’m surprised by the Thin Mints too…but I’m just as happy getting some Grasshopper cookies instead during the “off” season. I’ve been toying with the idea of making my own Samoas (my fave also).

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