You Might Be a Super Scouter If . . .
- You own enough Scouting mugs to supply the council office for a year.
- You know at least ten different ways to lay out a cooking fire but don't know how to start your stove at home.
- You can reduce the length of a fifty feet long rope to ten feet by tying knots in it, and you don't have to repeat any.
- You are asked to discuss a classic novel and you begin talking about old versions of the Scout Handbook.
- You can frame a house with lashings.
- You own so many badges you could make an entire fashion collection by sewing them together.
- You are asked to name the three most influential figures in history, and you start with Baden-Powell.
- You have more palms than a small tropical island.
- Your uniform is so encrusted with badges that it can stop 50 cal. shells.
- You have so many merit badges that you have to but them on both sides of your camp blanket.
- Your badge collection takes up two rooms.
- You have developed a tolerance to barbecued food.
- You do all your cooking in a Dutch oven, even at home.
- You never get lost in the forest, but you can't find your home room.
- Your Fifty Miler badges stretch fifty miles when laid end to end.
- You can prepare camp meals that are actually good, with no utensils.
- Your Quality Unit badges extend from your shoulder to your socks.
- You enjoy eating Kendal Mint Cake (without the need of Tabasco sauce.)
- Your adult Scout uniform has short sleeves.
- The moths don't even go near your red wool jacket.
- You would rather sort your badges than go to dinner with your folks.