Honey Boo Boo is not a Girl Scout. That does not stop Honey or her family from being the world's largest consumer of the cookies though. Actually I have no idea if they are and if June has lost 100 pounds in the past year, they probably aren't. What they are though is big supporters of their town and have been using their fame to help their long time friends and family and community. So, on her Facebook page, Honey Boo Boo has been selling Girl Scout Cookies for a friend of the family. Honey has 800K people who like her Facebook page and hundreds of orders have been coming in to purchase cookies. The Girl Scouts have told Honey to stop. They don't allow online sales and they think that the troop in Georgia is getting an unfair advantage. Oh, and they think that by not standing outside and going door to door that somehow the girls are missing out on valuable life lessons. I thought the lesson was that you get good stuff if you sell a lot of boxes. I'm not sure what the life lesson is when your parent takes the sign up sheet to their respective offices and you meet your quota that way. I understand the logic behind their decision which Honey Boo Boo's mom says she will ignore, but every box Honey Boo Boo sells means one less box being crushed by a bulldozer because it went unsold and the Girl Scouts refuse to give any to food banks or shelters. How is it right to do that, but not let Honey Boo Boo sell them, or help sell them anyway.