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.)

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

You have a different scout shirt for each scouting position you hold so you don't have to change patches around, or you attach your patches with velcro so they can be easily changed.

The greatest philosopher, or leader who ever lived was either Robert Baden Powell, or your Scoutmaster. You can't decide which.

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

Your scouting books account for at least one third of your entire personal library.

You've spent years going to every training weekend they offer, but still spend 3 weekends a month doing leadership training.

Your scouts say things like, "You can't move until my little brother finishes his Eagle", and the little brother is only nine years old.

You have so many badges of office, that you can't possibly wear them all.

The next square knot you hope to earn a) will take twenty years to earn, and/or b) requires a life to be endangered so you can save them.

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