Scoutaholic
 

You might be a Scoutaholic if:

Your BSA license plate has outlasted the car that you originally purchased it for.

Your were married at a scout camp, the bride and groom on top of the cake were in scout uniforms, you refer to the reception as a court-of-honor, and/or you gave out a patch as a wedding favor.

All the cookie cutters in your collection are paw prints, fleur-de-lis, or animal heads.

You change into your uniform in the car because you don't have time to go back up to your office, and you have to go straight to a scouting meeting, or you wear your uniform to work all day.

You raise your hand in the scout sign at a heated business meeting.

Your son hides his copy of Boys Life from you so that he can get a chance to read it.

Your Christmas gifts include a dutch oven, dutch oven cookbooks, a dutch oven lid-lifter, a charcoal chimney, and various other camping gadgets - and you have not been the Scoutmaster for over 5 years.

You're taking an EMT course, and you've taught most of the first aid skills longer than the instructor and many of your fellow students have been alive.

Wearing a tie instead of a neckerchief feels strange

Your family vacations are like a Scout outing. You create an itinerary, assign grubmasters, post a duty roster, cook in dutch ovens or prepare backpacking meals, and set up your kitchen like a patrol kitchen (complete with the 3 tub wash method).

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