Scouts-L Top Ten Reasons to Volunteer
Matthew Troth (MTROTH@BPA.ARIZONA.EDU)
Sat, 4 Dec 1993 12:21:19 -0700
This was read last night at my district dinner. I thought it was so funny,
I thought I'd share it with others!
TOP 10 REASONS WHY SOMEONE WOULD BE AN ADULT (BOY) SCOUT VOLUNTEER
(by Dick and Less? of Fort Lowell District, Catalina Council, BSA)
#10 To help your community and wear fancy duds.
#9 An opportunity to do stupid comic skits for no money.
#8 A chance to plan a one hour meeting that too three anguish-
filled hours to prepare for scouts who only want to know
"What's the Snack."
#7 Where else do you get to sew hundreds of little patches on a
uniform only to have your son outgrow it.
#6 An opportunity to go out and enjoy nature with a bunch of
nine-year-olds instead of watching Notre Dame play Florida
#5 A chance to get rid of all those worthless pieces of string,
yarn, fabric, wire and plastic milk bottles.
#4 To provide the perfect excuse to your friends so you don't
have to golf, go to dinner, or play tennis.
#3 An opportunity to get and store forever priceless crafts made
from useless pieces of string, yarn, fabric, wire and plastic
#2 An opportunity to witness stupid comic skits.
and the number one reason why someone would be an adult scout volunteer:
#1 A golden opportunity to clear your wallet or purse of those
filthy germ laden $10 or $20 bills.
shared from Tucson, Arizona, by Matthew Troth
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City