STUNTS & APPLAUSES
York Adams Area
Beaver: Cut a
tree by tapping front teeth together, slap your tail by slapping a palm
against your thigh, then yell, "TIMBER!"
Yell: "What's the best patrol/de n?" All the patrols/dens yell back the
Boy/Cubby winner's patrol name/den name.
Call the Hogs
Yell: SOOOOOOOO EEEEEEEE, SOOOOOOOO, EEEEEEEE!!!!!!! PIG PIG PIG PIG!!!
Cub Scout Yell:
"Do Your Best! Be Prepared! Shout! Shout! Shout! Wolf Cub! Bear Cub!
"RAW, RAW, RAW!"
Faster then a speeding bullet, more powerful then a locomotive, able to leap
tall buildings in a single bound. It's Super-scout!
Don't touch that hive!!!! Buzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz ....... Ouch! Ouch!!!!
Applause: Instruct everyone to start humming. Then as you raise your
hands, the humming gets louder. When you lower your hands, the hummming gets
Applause: Instruct in detail how to hold your hands to your mouth. Then say,
"here, ducky, ducky, ducky."
Applause: Buzz like a mosquito then raise up hands and slap them together,
like killing a mosquito, then flip the dead mosquito off your hand.
What does a pig in Alaska live in?
Answer: A pigloo.
Bumble Bee Joke:
What does a bumble bee chew?
Answer: Bumble Gum..
Cub #1: How
do you catch a unique mouse?
Unique up on him.
A: Enters singing
“soap, soap, soap.”
B: What are you
A: Singing a few
Crossroads of America
Heart & Sole
Applause: Slap heart and then the sole of your shoe.
Hand Applause: Make a fist with your hand and extend your thumb, put
the thumb in your mouth and blow extending your fingers up with each puff.
When fingers are completely open raise your hand!
Rapidly slap arms, legs, body and face.
Crude! Crude! Crude!
Green Giant Cheer: Place hands on hips, tilt back and forth
and say Ho, Ho, Ho.
your mouth, stick out your tongue and say “Ahhhhh.”
Make galloping noises and whinney.
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