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You might be a Scoutaholic if:
At least half of your wardrobe is Khaki-Tan or Olive-Drab.
When the neighbor cuts down their dead tree, they offer it to you for your next camping trip, or they offer you the scrap wood from their repair or remodeling jobs.
You frequent the local thrift-shops in search of usable uniforms, although you already have more than you could ever wear.
You go to a pot-luck dinner with a bunch of your friends and half of the food was cooked in a dutch-oven. Half of the rest was cooked over a wood fire.
A keg party is where you serve home-made root beer.
All your dishes are either enamel-ware or lightweight aluminum, and they all have your name on them.
The first thing you do at the beginning of the school year is look at your schedule and see which classes can help you earn merit-badges. Then you take a copy of the requirements and a merit badge councilor application to the teacher.
When the neighbor boy needs a new uniform, they come to you instead of the scout shop or thrift store
You get to that monday morning meeting at the office and can't remember which hand to shake.
Your idea of a burned-out lightbulb is a broken mantle.See More
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