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Baloo's Bugle

 

November 2002 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 9, Issue 4
December Theme

Winter Wonderland
Webelos Craftsman & Scientist
  Tiger Cub Achievement
4

 

STUNTS AND APPLAUSES

Once there was a race between a water hose, a tomato, and lettuce.  Who do you think won?  Well, last time I checked, the hose was still running, the tomato was trying to ketchup, and the lettuce was ahead.

Applauses
York Adams Area Council

Eskimo Cheer: Brrrrr-rrr, Brrrrr-rrr.

Frozen Cub (Scout): Wrap your hands around yourself and say "Brrrrrrr".

Santa Claus: Reach out and hold stomach saying loudly, "HO, HO, HO" three times. Variation: Add: "MERRY CHRISTMAS!"

Santa Claus Chimney: Pretend to be driving your sleigh, say: "Whoa!" (pulling up on the reins), get out of the sleigh, pretend to climb into the chimney, begin to slide down and struggle, say: "Wheeze, grunt, rattle, clank, oh, no," move hands as if falling trying to grasp the sides of the chimney, then yell: "Craaaasssshhhh and then put your finger to your mouth and say, "Shhhhhhh!"

Sleigh: Say "Ding-a-ling" three times.

Christmas Bells: Pretend to hold a bell rope, then get the left side of the audience to say "DING" on the down stroke and the other side of the audience to say "DONG" on the

Rudolph: Put thumbs to your head with fingers up, forming antlers. Wrinkle your nose, saying. Blink, Blink, Blink."

 

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