October Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 7, Issue 2

Our Talents and Gifts (Webelos Showman & Citizen)




Indian Nations Council

Cub #1: I understand you like to do magic tricks. What's your favorite?
Cub #2: Sawing people in half.
Cub #1: Interesting, and are there any other people in your family?
Cub #2: Yes, I have two half brothers and two half sisters.

Cub #1: What do you get when you cross a rabbit with a lawn sprinkler?
Cub #2: Hare Spray

Cub #1: (comes out looking at ground, circles around #2 looking down all the time)
Cub #2: Are you looking for something?
Cub #1: Yes
Cub #2: What is it? Maybe I can help
Cub #1: I'm looking for marbles.
Cub #2: Why are you looking for marbles? There aren't any here.
Cub #1: Well, I overheard someone say you were losing your and I was going to help you find the.

Greater St. Louis Area Council

Friendship Applause

Have your neighbor put his left hand out to his side, and you clap it with your right hand; meanwhile you are also holding out your left hand and your other neighbor is clapping with his right hand, etc.

Ghost Cheer

Hold up hands as if to scare someone and say 'WHOOOOO-YOU! YOU WERE GREAT!'

York Adams Council

The Almost Clap: Make a clapping motion but stop your hands just before they strike each other.

Boy Satisfyin' Yell: Do the Skyrocket Cheer, followed by the AMERICA Cheer, with a buildup to a mighty U-S-A! (Warning: Don't try this one unless you have prior clearance from the building custodian, the head man, the police, and the fire company!)

America Cheer: A-M-E-R-I-C-A! Cub Scouts, Cub Scouts U-S-A!

Monkey Yell: Get into a semi-squat position. Raise your hands up to your ribs under your armpits (like a monkey!). Scratch and hop around saying "Eeek, eeek, eeek, eeek!"

Popcorn Applause: With one hand closed, cover it with the other hand. Let the closed hand "grow" from under the other hand and then spring the fingers open saying "Pop! Pop! Pop! Pop!"


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