Girl sells 312 boxes of Girl Scout cookies in six hours outside pot dispensary

Someone had the munchies. She took advantage of it. And you’ve got to admit whoever thought of it was kind of brilliant.

According to this: A Girl Scout from San Diego sold more than 300 boxes of Tagalongs, Thin Mints and other munchie-friendly snacks after setting up her wares near a marijuana dispensary over the weekend.

The 9-year-old girl’s father, who was not identified either, confirmed to San Diego’s KGTV that she ended up selling a total of 312 boxes over the course of about six hours, presumably to customers of the Urbn Leaf dispensary.

The dispensary, too, advertised that the girl would be appearing outside the facility in a post shared to the shop’s Instagram page.

Despite some critical comments, Alison Bushan, a spokesperson for Girl Scouts San Diego, has confirmed to KGTV that the girl did not technically violate any official Girl Scout codes of conduct, as she wasn’t selling from a booth directly outside the shop, but rather a wagon on the sidewalk alongside her father.

“If that’s what they say they were doing… then they were right within the rules,” Bushan said to KGTV.