Scoutaholic
 

You might be a Scoutaholic if:

You need a new truck, with an extended cab and a full size bed so you can carry the scouts and the gear. (Oh, and maybe occasionally use it for your family.)

The only book you have ever read was written by Robert Baden Powell.

You can't have a conversation longer than 10 minutes unless the subject involves scouting.

Your computer is used mostly for a) scout advancement tracking software, b) scout finances, c) writing your scout unit newsletter, d) visiting the council website, and/or e) visiting Scoutaholic.com

Every time you go to the scout shop you a) answer another customers question, b) spend at least $30, c) tell the shop staff where to find something, and/or d) take at least 30 minutes to browse the same shelf you memorized last time you were in.

You spend more time doing scout paperwork, than balancing your checkbook.

Monthly Pack meeting conflicts with your weekly troop meeting, and you have to decide which to attend. After all, you are in charge of both.

You've held your current scouting position longer than you have held your last three jobs.

You ignore the family newsletter when it arrives, but you read the Scouting magazine and/or Boys Life cover-to-cover every month.

You can't decide which color shoulder loops to wear to your district roundtable meetings, or you wear at least 3 colors concurrently.

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