What Can A Cookie Do? Question #1

Girl Guides Classic Cookies

Girl Guides Classic Cookies

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Question #1:

How many Classic Girl Guide Cookies will Canadians eat this spring? (Estimate is based on how many boxes were ordered for current sales.) Please guess a specific number, i.e. 1,230.

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51 Responses to What Can A Cookie Do? Question #1

  1. Toni Auclair says:

    My guess is 4 million!

  2. Sandi Dewar says:

    March 21st … answer is “In the Millions”

  3. Roxane Mattatall says:

    Clue #1 – In the millions

  4. Cathy says:

    Canadians will eat 29,657,268 Classic Girl Guide cookies.

  5. Leslie Horton says:

    In the Millions

  6. Pam Reyno says:

    In the Millions!

  7. Joy M. says:

    In the Millions!

  8. N. Bish says:

    In the Millions!! Yum!!

  9. Stephanie N says:

    I’m going to guess 4.2 million.

  10. Stephanie N says:

    Changing my guess to 4.8 million 😀

  11. Cheryl Buell says:

    I’m going to go with 31, 684, 293

  12. Roxane Mattatall says:

    115,100,000 cookies or 4.8 million boxes

  13. Joy M. says:

    okay then – let’s say… 8,250,000 cookies

  14. Nicole says:

    My guess is 2.7 million

  15. Tracey Brennan says:

    My answer is 10 000 000 (10 million).

  16. heather says:

    4.7 million cookies

  17. Janice says:

    My Guess is

    5 620 400

  18. Tawni says:

    26, 535,250 cookies

  19. Susan Smith says:

    9,653,276

  20. Lsmit says:

    6,654,880 cookies

  21. Mmmmm…including the cookies I personally consume: 4,750,000 or 4.750 million!!!

  22. Leslie Horton says:

    #1 4.5 million boxes of cookies
    #2 3024 KM

  23. Sabrina says:

    25 Million

  24. Kathleen says:

    2,033,333 boxes or about 48,799,992 cookies.

  25. Tiana Wang says:

    4.5 million -6.0 million?

  26. Penny Saunders says:

    250,000,000!.. at least I hope so! – I have 122,400 cookies in my garage to sell!

  27. Tammy Rombough says:

    88,000 000 cookies

  28. Meghan says:

    60,000,000 cookies

  29. Bri Arnold says:

    350 000 000!

  30. Bri Arnold says:

    Changing my (ridiculous) guess to 60 000 500!

  31. Kim S says:

    3 million boxes of cookies.. approximately 72 million cookies will be consumed

  32. Lindsay Ball says:

    approx 4.4 million boxes

  33. Brenda Lacharity says:

    In the millions!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  34. Brenda Lacharity says:

    or more specific 1,333,775 give or take a few 🙂

  35. Karen says:

    2.6 million cookies!

  36. Stephen Ball says:

    2.8 million

  37. Julie Horne says:

    I think there’s about 22 cookies in a box, so my guess is 59,100,000 cookies.

  38. Cardinal says:

    1008 million

  39. Kym Morgan says:

    5.3 million

  40. Tania says:

    2.9 million

  41. Chyanne says:

    I think around 4.7 Million:)

  42. H says:

    52,800,200 cookies or 2.2 million boxes.

  43. Hmmmmmm….2.38 million??

  44. Harmit says:

    4.4 million cookies

  45. Harmit says:

    or rather
    2.2 million boxes
    soooo 52 800 000 cookies

  46. Harmit says:

    55 200 000 cookies

  47. Katharine says:

    4.8 million

  48. Rohit Jain says:

    58,550,545

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