How To Build A Thingamajig
Southern NJ Council
audience into four groups and assign each a part.
They are to say the phrase for their part every time they
hear it in the story or whenever they hear Scatereekus.
Clickety-clack, clickety clack
Scatereekus: All sounds together
Very few families these days can get
by without a thingamajig. Sure you can buy one at the local hardware and
appliance store, in all sorts of colors, sizes, shapes, makes and models, but as
easy as they are to build yourself, you should just get a kit and put it
together. Here are a simple set of instructions for building your own
The Doodads of the thingamajig
kit are stored in the bubble-wrap gizmo and are stapled with the purple assembly
Dingford to the left-handed Freedistant. The assembly Dingford
should be placed in an upright position on any corrugated doomaflatchy or
Freedistant to complete assembling the Doodads. Carefully remove the
gizmo from its containeration of the Doodads from the Freedistant
and lay out the Doodads in parallel with the assembly Dingford and
assemble the Doodads in the order listed. You will need two fringhoppers
with a 4/3" gagglehump for the Higoricky, and you'll have to use
penpoppers to complete the riggeration.
Using a witchifiggle, carefully punch
1/2" what-nots through the assembly Dingford and Freedistant,
where the Higoricky will attach. The what-nots are there to capitrate
the hoosie Higoricky that will beefling the Doodads together.
Next frammis the chingus to the
Freedistant, making sure the whatchamacallits are catiwompus to the
hootnanny and the Higoricky, as shown on the assembly Dingford.
If it is reversed, the thingamajig will not work properly.
Tighten two fistaroud valves
underneath the Freedistant using the hickeys from the Doodads to
on from one doodad to the other. Now refracker a jigger to the demisantis and
the doorfunkey near the whatchamacallits. Put a dingus on each loose enough so
that the thingamabob can discombobulate and rotate easily, or it might XXXX and
fly off and hit someone in the doohickey.
That finishes the instructions. If
you've followed them carefully, you should have a well running thingamajig. When
you turn over the Scatereekus.
Baltimore Area Council
Try asking your audience to come up with these. Or
use as a gathering activity by listing on a piece of paper and giving a copy to
everyone as they arrive. The answers are sure to produce some laughs. CD
Snoopy after earning Boy Scouting's highest
A scalding cooking vessel.
Cubmaster Benjamin's groups of eight Cub Scouts.
A Venturing leader's cap bill.
Boxing matches featuring the members of a troop.
A crooked canvas shelter.
A varsity Scout leader's pet insect.
A picture made by Cub Scouts passing a crayon on
paper over a headstone engraving.
Sneezing shallow draft watercraft.
Swimming partner with bleeding cut.
One of five Scouts with stone material for fire
A camper's wood chopper made of paraffin.
Earth-boring animal befriended by a group of
eight Boy Scouts.
A militant effort to teach emergency medical
Hiker's footgear stuffed with an orange, apple
) Eagle beagle 2) Hot pot 3) Ben's Dens 4) Advisors visor 5) Scouts' bouts 6)
Bent tent 7) Coach's roaches S) Cubbing rubbing 9) Ah choo canoe 10) Bloody
buddy 11) Flint quint 12) Wax ax 13) Patrol mole 14) First aid crusade 15) Fruit