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Adorable NJ Girl Scout parodies “Fancy Like” to sell cookies


Man, I wish I had been that ambitious when I was a Girl Scout selling Thin Mints for Troop 1540 in the early 2000s. All I did was sit in front of a blockbuster video and ask if customers wanted to buy a box of cookies.

(That anecdote alone just sent me into Okay Boomer territory, [kids, ask your parents about Blockbuster Videos] Let me get my walker before I continue….)

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Monmouth County Girl Scout Raven Lee took cookie sales to a whole new level this year. While we shmucks just shyly went door to door asking if our neighbors wanted to buy some peanut butter cookies, this brownie performed a parody of Walker Hayes’ “Fancy Like” to sell her cookies.

You’ll recognize the song from its appearance in the annoyingly catchy Applebee ad, here’s the music video:

The best part of Raven’s parody? This was no half-hearted effort. There are loads of costume changes in this video of Troop 573 star Brownie.

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Fair warning before you watch this video: it’s a total catchy tune, prepare for it to get stuck in your head for a while.

“Be chic as a skinny mint on a date. Adventure seekers are new, they’re out of sight. Get her some trefoils, which are shortbread. “Toffee-tastic is my favorite!” That’s what she said.”

As of this writing, Raven is only about a hundred crates from her destination. You can help her by ordering Girl Scout cookies here. As she says in the song, “It makes a great Valentine’s Day gift for your Schnookies!”

The above post reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5’s Kylie Moore. All opinions expressed are Kylie’s own. You can follow Kylie on Instagram.

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