You might be a Scoutaholic if:

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

Parents of the newest Eagles ask you how to plan a Court-of-Honor, rather than asking the current unit leaders.

You call the national BSA office with your newest program or patch idea, and they actually listen.

You and your boss attend the monthly Eagle Scout networking lunch together.

You proudly accept the Eagle Mentor pin from the son of the first boy who ever presented you with an Eagle Mentor pin.

You design your own patch to trade at Jamboree.

You know where to find a local scout office in all the cities where your relatives live.

You walk past five food vendor booths at the stadium to support the local OA lodge.

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

Your district advancement chairman knows your unit so well that he notices Eagle paperwork from your unit and has already penciled-in the Eagle Board of Review for your favorite time before contacting you.

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