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Baloo's Bugle

 

May 2004 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 10, Issue 10
June 2004 Theme

Theme: Cub Rock
Webelos: Artist & Traveler
  Tiger Cub:
Activities

 

STUNTS AND APPLAUSES

CHEERS

Longhorn Council

Fred Flintstone Applause: Shake hands over head and yell "Yabba-dabba-doo!"

Sam Houston Area Council

Pterodactyl Cheer: Flap your arms and say, Honk! Honk! Honk!"

Dinosaur Cheer: Roar, Hiss. Roar. Hiss

Tyrannosaurus Applause: Stand up, make your hands into a 2-fingered claw held in front of your chest. Stamp your feet alternately, left, right, left, right, left right. Roar LOUDLY while clapping "claws."

RIDDLES

Sam Houston Area Council

How can you tell that a dinosaur is under your bedroll?

The ceiling of your tent is very close.

How can you tell that a dinosaur has been in the refrigerator?

His footprints are in the Jell-O.

HHMMmm - I seem to remember these as Elephant jokes from the 60ís  CD

Circle Ten Council

Why did the dinosaur cross the road?

Because chickens weren't invented.

RUN ONS

Longhorn Council

Why did the dinosaur take a ruler to bed with him?
To see how long he slept.

Why did the dinosaur want to buy toothpaste?
Because his teeth were loose.

Why didnít the dinosaur take his aunt on a picnic?
He heard there were going to be anteaters there.

Why did the dinosaur want a net at sunset?
He wanted to catch night when it fell.

What did the dinosaur say to the tree when he hit his head on it?             Your bark is worse than your bite.

Why didnít the dinosaur tell secrets in the forest?
Too many babbling brooks around.

Why did the dinosaur go to sea to weight himself?
He heard that fish had scales.

Why did the dinosaur go fishing at night?
He wanted to catch starfish.

Kathy, Hiawatha Council

Scout 1:     You should never pull on a dinosaurís tail.

Scout 2:     Why Not?

Scout 1:     Because to the dinosaur itís just a tail, but to you it could be the end.

Scout 1:     Why did the dinosaur cross the road?

Scout 2:     I give up. Why did the dinosaur cross the road?

Scout 1:     To get his copy of ďThe Hong Kong Weekly Newspaper.Ē

Scout 2:     I donít get it.

Scout 1:     I donít get it either.  I read ďThe New York Times.Ē

Scout 1:     Did you hear about the rock that ran away from the quarry?

Scout 2:     He was angry because everyone took him for granite.

Scout 1:     What did the tyrannosaurus rex do after he drank up all the water in Toronto?

Scout 2:     He started to drink Canada Dry.

Scout 1:     What dinosaur knows more synonyms than any other?

Scout 2:     A Thesaurus.

Circle Ten Council

Cub #1: I see green, yellow, and blue spots in front of my eyes.

Cub #2: Have you seen a doctor?

Cub #1: No, just green, yellow, and blue spots.

Cub #1: (Singing) Soap, soap, soap

Cub #2: What are you doing?

Cub #1: Oh, just singing a few bars.

Cub #1: Scientists believe that cavemen made the first music by banging stones together.

Cub #2: Gee, I guess that was the first rock music!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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