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The Most Delicious Hidden Cash Parody: Hidden Cookie Dough

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While Hidden Cash is clipping money to trees in the Valley, another mysterious benefactor has been leaving Cookie Dough Bites in Santa Monica. Well, it's probably not that mysterious as the clues are coming directly from the @cookiedoughbites Twitter account. Cookie Dough Bites are as simple as they sound: chunks of cookie dough covered in chocolate, and they come in five flavors.

The hidden treats follow the same pattern as the hidden cash, down to using the hashtag #hiddendough to tweet photos of your findings.

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There are apparently still more to be found. You could admittedly go to the store and buy a box of Cooke Dough Bites for a few bucks, but that lacks the joy of scavenging.

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