April Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
Volume 7, Issue 9
Webelos Outdoorsman & Handyman
Tiger Big Ideas 16 & 17
STUNTS & APPLAUSES
Circle 10 Council
Scout just standing
Scout runs on
yelling “They are after me, they are after me!”
Scout: “They are
squirrels are after me, they think I’m nuts!” and runs off.
Circle 10 Council
Scout enters during
break between skits, poking stick in ground and playing with it.
Scout enters from
other side and says “What you doing?”
“Just stickin’ around”
Heart of America
finger in the air and say, “bang, bang!”
Then blow ‘smoke’ from the ‘gun’.
Ranger: Hi Ho
Silver – away!
How, how, howdy
Stomp: Slap your
thighs and stomp your feet and say “Jingle, jingle, jingle!”
anyone answer the door?
do cowboys put on their pancakes?
do cowboys ride in rodeos?
they like the extra bucks.
did the pioneers cross the country in covered wagons ?
they didn’t want to wait 40 years for a train !
did the Texan buy a dachshund?
all the other cowboys were saying, “Get a-long little doggie!”
does a horse say when he’s finished eating his hay?
that’s the last straw!
do cowboys always die with their boots on?
won’t stub their toes when they kick the bucket!
1: What did the bug
say when it hit the windshield?
Cub 2: I don’t have the guts to
do that again.
1: Ever since
I’ve been riding in the rodeo, I haven’t been feeling good.
What do you think it could be?
Cub 2: Bronc-it is.
York Adams Area Council
How: Stamp feet three times, slap
knees three times, whip hand around head three times, and yell "YIPPI-I-A."
Texas How: How! How!
Six Shooter: Point
finger in the air and say "BANG" six times, then blow smoke from
the end of the gun.
Pony Express Yell:
Have everyone gallop in place and shout, "YIPPEEEEEEEEEE".
Yell: "Yucca, Yucca, Yucca
Have the everyone stand, cup their hands around their mouth and say:
"YIP, YIP, YIPEEEE!!!!!" Variation:
Add: "ARC, ARC, AROOOOOOOOO!! GEE, It's lonely out here."
Bull Cheer: Make
bull horns with fingers while shouting "El Toro, El Toro !"
Bull Fighter: Hold
down cape and move to in appropriate motion while shouting "OLE!"
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