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Chrissy Teigen revealed what she really thinks about girl scout cookies

And people are pretty mad about it

46w ago

Here at FoodTribe, we're big fans of Chrissy Teigen. Whether she's whipping up delicious Super Bowl grub or making a hard-hitting doc about... err, fries, the TV personality and massive foodie is an endless source of entertainment, not to mention killer recipes.

But this week she's stirred people up in an apparently unforgivable way. Teigen did the impossible ... and ranked various types of Girl Scout Cookies.

"I did the ranking you’re all too scared to do," she wrote on Twitter.

Using a rather crude system of smiley/frowney faces, Teigen revealed that ... she doesn't like any of the cookies. Judging by the fact that she placed all five cookies (S'mores, Tagalongs, Thin Mints (both in the freezer and not), and Samoas) under a very angry-looking red face, she actually detests them.

As we're sure you can imagine, things got pretty heated in the replies...

But there was the occasional tweet of support for Teigen's cookie shade...

The star also clarified that she's happy to support the Girl Scout cause, and followed up with this analysis:

Do you genuinely love Girl Scout cookies... or secretly agree with Chrissy?

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Comments (7)

  • Needs more context. Is she saying that they aren't as good as they once were? If so, she couldn't be more correct. The quality has spiraled downward as price increases.

      10 months ago
  • I think she might be overly harsh in her assessment, but they're definitely not as good as the generics I find at Aldi. I'd rather just give the money to the scouts entirely and buy cookies from Aldi for the taste.

      10 months ago
  • She needs to try the s’mores ones that are available here in the midwest (yes there are 2 varieties) we hv a graham cracker with marshmallow coating, covered in chocolate 😋 #yum

      10 months ago
  • Hahahaha that is too funny! I have never had them but it’s so relatable!

      10 months ago
  • Is that really still a thing?

      10 months ago