Two Girl Scouts named Norah Wall and Ruthie Bridgman were selling cookies outside a grocery store in Seattle, Washington, recently when a random woman asked how much it would cost to buy all their inventory. They had more then 120 boxes, and she bought them all for over $600.


But she wasn't stocking up for the year. Instead she paid for all the cookies and then asked the Scouts to hand out the boxes to random people FOR FREE. Here's the best part. Customers entering the store were so impressed that they found ways to pay it forward, like helping each other have exact change. At least one shopper paid for her own groceries and the groceries for the person behind her, and the person in front of her. Free Girl Scout cookies really make people sweet.