Introducing a new merit badge for summer camp.


  1. Take Morning and afternoon naps daily.
  2. Rummage through all the Trading Post stock and not buy anything.
  3. Go to the nature area and tell about the massive copperhead you massacred in your yard last week.
  4. Go to Scoutcraft area and try to show off that fancy knot you used to know.
  5. Go rowing and find out you’re not as young as you used to be.
  6. Complain about the sights on the 22’s.
  7. Hunt down the air conditioned buildings between naps.
  8. Hassle four staff members daily.
  9. Have 5 cups of coffee minimum daily unless forbidden by allergy or religion.
  10. Wait for Troop to show up in front of dining hall at meal times.
  11. Avoid latrines; search out flush toilets.
  13. Make merit badge counselors nervous by watching over their shoulders.
  14. Help lost campers find program areas.
  15. Ask, “Why can’t I just take my vehicle in and unload it?”
  16. Chase Scouts out of your lawn chair.

Source unknown - thanks to Paul Ferris for sharing this with us.

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