Not everyone loves Girl Scouts cookie season. Understandably, it can be taxing for parents and families, not to mention expensive if you're one of the parents who end up just buying a bunch of boxes to help out. An elementary school in Indiana wants to make things a little more fun — and easy — this year by offering drive-through services to patrons on Feb. 2. So while we can't say this genius move makes things any easier on the parents of Girl Scouts, per se, it certainly makes us happy! That means we can scoop up as many boxes of Thin Mints as we want without having to even get out of the car. Can we do this in every town, please?