BC: On my honor i will do my best to do my duty to God and my Country and to obey the scout law; To help other people at all times; To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight
FC: Twas A Boy scouts Night Before Christmas By: Jessielovesunicorns;
1: Twas the night before Christmas when all through the camp, the fire burnt out so we lit up a lamp.
2: The stockings were hung by a branch of a tree, in hopes of Santa soon we would see. The boys were well-zipped in their warm sleeping bags, with dreams of earned badges and pledging their flags. When out in the woods there rose such a cry, I sprang from my sleeping to find out why.
5: Across the camp ground I flew like a flash, unzipped my backpack and put on my sash. The full moon that night made a great show. It lite up the woodland creatures below.
6: With binoculars in hand I saw Santa's many great twirls, and in front of his wooden derby there were eight furry squirrels.
9: With such precise accuracy, he went slower than faster. There was no dispute he was himself a Scout Master. Craftier than an Eagle Scout, he was a Golden Palm. He called the squirrels by name while putting on lip balm.
10: Now First Aid! Now Botany! Now Canoing and Fishing! On Woodwork! On Forestry! On, Archery and Camping! To the top of the tree! To the top of the tent! Go sell! Go sell popcorn! Go sell without relent!
12: Then in a second I saw atop of our tent, a bunch of squirrels that left a huge dent. As i peeked through a hole my pupil became wide, because around the tree was Santa in his cool ride.
14: He was dressed in all Khaki from head to toe. He looked so nice, he belonged in our troop photo.
17: A bundle of stuff he wore on his back, was full with compasses, canteens, matches, and snacks. | His eyes how they looked like a bowl full of chili. His whiskers were braided so he looked really silly.
18: He said not a thing, but sang a song instead. He just filled up our stockings, and then he dropped dead.