Girl Scout cookies are serious business, and Thin Mints are the most serious cookie of them all. They are like a drug in their delicious mixture of chocolate and minty goodness. No other cookie can begin to compare to them. You should never even consider touching someone else’s Thin Mints for fear of rightful retribution. A case in point is what occurred in Naples, FL, on Sunday. A woman was woken up by her roommate early in the morning and accused of taking her Thin Mints. Police had to come and break up the ensuing mêlée. The accused was first chased with a pair of scissors, then beaten with a board and then a sign. The husband of the roommate tried to break them up, but to no avail. The accused claims that she gave the cookies to the accuser’s children. A likely story. Someone check her breath for mintiness. That’s why you should never touch another person’s Thin Mints. You can see just how serious a crime it was by the fact that the one woman was willing to run with scissors because of it.