STUNTS & APPLAUSES
Trapper Trails Council
Son, if you want to learn anything
you have to start at the bottom.
But Dad, I want to learn to swim.
You shouldn’t swim on a full
Okay, I’ll swim on my back.
Camper: Can you pitch a
Beginner: Overhand or Underhand?
Why did the hamburger look sad?
Because it was grounded.
What do Spiders eat with their
Willie: I just found a lost
Dad: How do you know it was lost?
Willie: Because the kids down the street are looking all over for it.
Boss: Did you mark the
crate “Fragile, this side up”?
Worker: Yes, sir, and just to be safe, I marked it that way on both sides.
Why are you crying?
I cleaned the bird cage and the canary disappeared.
How did you clean it?
With the vacuum cleaner.
Traveler: I’d like to buy a
round trip ticket, please.
Agent: To Where?
Traveler: Back to here, of course.
What do you call an airline that
A receding airline.
“I slept with my head under the
pillow last night.”
”The tooth fairy came and took my teeth out.”
York Adams Area Council
When I Do : The orders are
"When I bring my hands together, you do. When I do not, you must not." Then go
through several false motions to see if you can catch the group napping.
Round of Applause: While
clapping hands, move them around in a circle in front of you.
Reverse Applause: Move hands
away from each other.
Once Over: Circle hands, at
bottom of circle clap palm of one hand and back of the other hand together.
on the Back: Everyone pat the back of the left shoulder with their right
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