Dieting New Year's resolution be darned. The Girl Scouts  - that mob of adorable cookie pushers - are revving up for their annual cookie drive.

The campaign gets underway on January 7 and you'll see them in the supermarket, at your doorstep, or a co-worker will approach you in the office with an offer to buy.

You can try to resist the Tagalongs, the Thin Mints, and the Chocolate-covered peanut butter cookies, but good luck. And there are a few new ones you can buy, too. Keep an eye out for the Adventurefuls - a brownie-inspired cookie that is described as being filled with caramel-flavored crème and a hint of sea salt.

Get our free mobile app

According to Influenster, South Dakota's most beloved cookie from the Girl Scouts is the ever-popular Thin Mint.  The residents of Minnesota and Nebraska share that same sentiment. Thin Mints are also their go-to Girl Scout Cookie of choice. Those living in Iowa and North Dakota tend to favor Carmel Delights.

Now that we're hungry and crave a sweet snack, let's find out how to order them.

First, there's the Girl Scout Finder app which lets you know how to find a cookie seller near you. Or, you can place an order online.

Do I get a merit badge if I ate an entire row of chocolate-covered peanut butter cookies? Asking for a friend.

TRENDING FROM RESULTS-TOWNSQUARE SIOUX FALLS:

Sioux Falls Through The Generations

Top 14 Restaurants That Should Come Back to Sioux Falls

Some friends and I were getting together for dinner and we were trying to decide where to go. That’s when we started reminiscing about our favorite Sioux Falls restaurants that have come and gone. Here's a list of 14 restaurants I want to come back to Sioux Falls. What restaurants were your favorites that are no longer in Sioux Falls?

Sioux Falls Online Shopping Fails

It's the gift-giving season! Cyber Monday was this week and ever since the pandemic, people are doing more online shopping than ever before.

Because of all this, there must be a few shopping fails. You don't always know what you're getting when you order online.

For example, I recently ordered a sparkly Santa mask for a holiday party. Apparently, I was too distracted by the sparkle because I didn't realize it was a do-it-yourself mask.

It was like a paint by number, except with tiny rhinestones I'm supposed to glue on myself. Nope. Ain't nobody got time for that. It was sent right back.

What online shopping fail have you had? We asked and you answered!

I think the lesson we've learned here is we should shop local more!