Scoutaholic
 

You might be a Scoutaholic if:

Your spouse makes your favorite meal for your birthday, and it is wrapped in aluminum foil.

You roast a mini-marshmallow on a paper clip over a candle; then put it on a golden graham with one chocolate chip, just to get the flavor.

Your council office and/or the National BSA offices limit you to 1 call per day.

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.

People ask to hunt in your front yard

Going to the bathroom in the middle of the night involves shoes, a flashlight, and a shovel, and you have to take your own TP with you.

Every time you sit in front of the TV, your hands are busy sewing on scout badges and hemming your new uniform pants.

More than one third of your annual income is spent at the scout shop, donated to the BSA endowment funds, or spend on equipment for scouting activities.

You can tie a load down (on a trailer, truck, or car) and it stays down -- not only that, you can do it faster than those other guys.

You can imagine hiking 50 miles -- heck, you did it already while carrying a 40 pound backpack.

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