Justin Timberlake Engages in the Samoas OR Thin Mints Argument and He Wants To Hear From You

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Justin Timberlake has a problem and he’s looking to Instagram to try and get a solution.

We all know the long drawn out debate about Girl Scout cookies. Which one is better? Well, Justin wants some answers. He’s asking his followers to let him know which is the better cookie: Samoas or Thin Mints.

Just seems to favor the Samoa, but he’s open to opinions. In a post on Instagram the “Cry Me A River” singer started the debate and took it one step further, with a survey.

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The first video shows Justin sampling one of the Girl Scout’s most popular cookies, The Samoa. He holds the cookie to the camera and says, “This one is for the Girl Scouts of America. We support you.” After taking a bite, the pop star couldn’t control his pleasure.

As we head to the next video, that’s where Justin decides that he needs. other people to chime in on the great debate.

“Maybe we should start a survey. I know everybody automatically thinks about Thin Mints, when they think about Girl Scout cookies,” he says. Then a fight between his team breaks out.

“See what I’m saying,” Justin adds. “This is a very contentious subject.” He then goes on to reveal his favorite. “Samoas, I love coconut. So Samoas are my tip top.”

That’s Justin’s opinion but he wants yours. In the caption to the video, Justin asks for you vote. “Samoas vs Thin Mints… FOOD FOR THOUGHT. Double tap for DOUBLE SAMOAS. Comment for Thin Mints.” A double tap is a like for those who are not familiar with the Instagram jargon.

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While Instagram took away our ability to see how many likes a person gets, we can see there are a lot. But it looks like there are more comments than likes. However, some of the comments are picking Samoas. So the directions are not being followed.

Anyway, we’ll have to wait for Justin’s results to get a clear consensus here. In the meantime, we’re going with Thin Mints and that’s our comment.