So I spent the weekend on a Girl Scout ski trip in Vermont. You know, that state above Massachusetts that looks like a trapezoid? That's the one. I hear they are famous for maple syrup. Maybe something else too, but I forget.
Did you even read those sentences about me bashing Vermont? Probably not, because you're still thinking, ZOMG, she's a GIRL SCOUT?? Like, those second graders that sell cookies door-to-door? Wow, fail.
Well, you're wrong. So ha. I'm a Girl Scout, and we are awesome. For example, view a sampling of our weekend activities:
Dance Party: Yep. We blasted "Cha Cha Slide" and "Cotton Eye Joe" and got the entire house totally into it. Fantastic.
Skiing: This was, ya know, the whole point of our weekend ski trip. Some of the highlights were when my fellow Girl Scouts and I would ski down the slope with our poles straight up screaming/singing "I throw my hands up in the air sometimes..." - and got people to join in.
Not to mention that it was Mardi Gras weekend, and they were giving out those little colorful bead necklaces. So we did what everyone was doing, and what any awesome teenager would do - tossed them in the trees on the way up the chairlift.
Ping-Dodge: This is like ping-pong, except slightly more vicious. And when I say slightly, I mean very. Basically, we all just chuck ping-pong balls at each other. It only got dangerous when someone got the bright idea to throw the paddles as well. We drew the line at pool balls, however.
Capture the Flag: Your basic game except it was pitch back out, with no flashlights. It was all well and good until a large wooden post fell on my sister. You don't really want to know.
Food: We left a bag of M&Ms in the kitchen, and whenever we walked through we would grab a handful.
Don't you dare say that Girl Scouts are stupid. Clearly, we had a more epic weekend then you did. Deal with it, or I might "forget" to deliver your cookies.