Scoutaholic
 

You might be a Scoutaholic if:

Wearing a tie instead of a neckerchief feels strange

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.

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).

Your first thought about a Major holiday dinner is, "How can I do it all in Dutch Ovens?".

Your email address includes at least one of the following words: scout, scouter, cub, eagle, OA, order, arrow, venture, camp, hike, climb, outdoor, chapter, lodge, council, district, BSA, advisor, beaver, bobwhite, eagle, fox, owl, bear, buffalo, and/or antelope.

Your Christmas manger scene on the mantle includes a beaver, bobwhite, eagle, fox, owl, bear, buffalo, and/or antelope.

You take the 'red-eye' flight home from your business meetings so that you can be back in time for camp.

You can't remember which committee meeting you are attending (pack, troop, crew, district, council, camp, etc.), but it doesn't matter, because you have the right notebook in your car anyway.

You are in a scout uniform in your social media profile picture.

Your Facebook friend list is mostly people who you met through scouting and/or their profile picture shows them in a scout uniform.

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