Turns out, if you need a Girl Scout cookie hookup, Jennifer Garner is here for you.
The actress and mom of three (Violet, 12, Seraphina, 9, and Samuel, 5) spent this past weekend like many moms across the country—sitting outside of a grocery store with her kids selling everything from Thin Mints and Do-si-dos.
"Why yes, kind sir, we do have Thin Mints," Garner captioned on her Instagram feed alongside a photo of her holding a homemade sign while a random shopper points in her direction.
Why yes, kind sir, we do have Thin Mints. #tistheseason #comeandgetem #whodoesntloveagirlscout
So, what happens if you didn't happen to stop by that particular grocery store this weekend? Well, Garner offered to hook fans up.
"While my Girl Scout and Brownie have to sell their own cookies, I did buy a limited number of boxes from them to share with you guys," Garner wrote on an Instagram story. "So, if you truly have no Girl Scout in your life, please send me your order and your address and I will try to hook you up."
Sadly, though, those boxes were taken almost immediately.
That said, there's always next year! In the meantime, find your nearest Girl Scout and get your orders in—stat.
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Elizabeth Brinton, often called the "Cookie Queen," holds the record for selling the most cookies during her days as a Girl Scout. During her reign in Virginia in the 1980s, she sold more than 100,000 boxes to some high-profile clients, including Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush and Sandra Day O'Connor.