Scoutaholic
 

You might be a Scoutaholic if:

All the cookie cutters in your collection are paw prints, fleur-de-lis, or animal heads.

You are one of three scouters at your roundtable meetings that are older than the insignia on your uniform.

You change into your uniform in the car because you don't have time to go back up to your office, and you have to go straight to a scouting meeting, or you wear your uniform to work all day.

The only t-shirts in your drawer have camp or scouting logos on them.

Your were married at a scout camp, the bride and groom on top of the cake were in scout uniforms, you refer to the reception as a court-of-honor, and/or you gave out a patch as a wedding favor.

Your son hides his copy of Boys Life from you so that he can get a chance to read it.

Your Christmas gifts include a dutch oven, dutch oven cookbooks, a dutch oven lid-lifter, a charcoal chimney, and various other camping gadgets - and you have not been the Scoutmaster for over 5 years.

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

Wearing a tie instead of a neckerchief feels strange

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).

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