November Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
Volume 7, Issue 3
Turn on the Power (Webelos Craftsman & Scientist)
STUNTS AND CHEERS
York Adams Council
What did the light bulb say to the generator?
How do you pick out a dead battery from a pile of good ones?
A man with a hearing problem walked into a powerplant for a tour. He arrived late and had to join the rest of the group already on the tour. The man was reviewing what he had just told the group. He told the group that they wouldn't move on until they answered this one question: "What is the unit of power equal to one joule per second called?" The man with the hearing problem hadn't heard the question very well, so he raised his hand and asked "What?"
Why do transformers hum?
What did the baby light bulb say to the mommy light bulb?
Why was the free electron so sad?
Why did the lights go out?
Two atoms were walking down the street one day, when one of them exclaimed, "Oh, no I've lost an electron!" "Are you sure?" the other one asked. "Yes," replied the first one, "I'm positive."
Run - Ons
Cub 1: (Wearing headband with feather) "Bring in 10 scalps, kill 5 buffalo bare-handed and go into the desert without water for a moon. Then I will pronounce you Big Brave."
Cub 1: I bet I can jump higher than a house.
Chase 'em down the alley,
Cub picks up ringing telephone, and says, "You don't say, you don't say. you don't say. "
I've been seeing spots before my eyes
Man points to sky, "Is that the sun or the moon up there?"
Boy, those are loud socks!
Cub #1: How do you keep a turkey in suspense.
Locomotive: Begin by slapping your left arm slowly with your right hand. Gradually increase the speed, working down over the left palm to the end of the fingers. Then place your right hand over your eyes as if peering into the distance. Imitate a train whistle, "Whoo-whoo, whoo".
Turkey Applause: Say, "Gobble, gobble, Gobble", then rub your stomach saying, "Yum, yum."
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