Don't try this at home, kids. A California Boy Scout was on his way home from school recently when he joined a handful of other neighborhood heroes in putting out hotspots using residents' hoses and fire extinguishers.
Logan: What is Dracula’s favorite type of dog? Nick: I don’t know. Logan: A bloodhound!
Turn a leaf into a treasure with this simple cement casting project. Display the "fossil" in your room or use it as a stepping-stone in the garden.
Justin: What do you call a gazelle running from a cheetah? John: Tell me. Justin: “Fast food!”
What’s going on in this picture? What is that dog doing, and what is it thinking? Write your funniest caption for this photo and we’ll post it for everyone to read.
Tom Swiftie: “Let me shred the cheese,” Tom said gratefully.
Nathan: What do you call an anonymous pizza? Joe: Beats me. Nathan: “John Dough!”
Scooby-Doo is a lovable, legendary character. But there's hasn't been a game featuring the awesome dog in nearly four years. But in Scooby Doo & Looney Tunes Cartoon Universe: Adventure, he's back and guided by the stories of many of the Looney Tunes superstars.
My troop just went on a weekend camp-out. After we climbed this big hill, I started chafing in my groin area. It itched so bad, it was really uncomfortable. My friends were making fun of me because I was adjusting my underwear all weekend. How do I prevent chafing?
A book never written: “Man’s Best Friend” by Kay Nine.
Q. What should you pack in a daypack at Scout camp?
Lucas: What kind of building weighs the least? Tim: I haven’t a clue. Lucas: A lighthouse!
Antonio: How do you cut the ocean in half? Chris: Beats me. Antonio: With a sea saw!
You can make this rustic planter out of split pallet slats and a five-gallon bucket.
Mike: What did the teddy bear say when offered dessert? Ike: Tell me. Mike: “No, thanks; I’m stuffed!”
Two birders are bird calling. The first one makes an odd sound. “What was that?” the second one asks. “A gulp,” says the first one. “What kind of bird is that?” asks the second birder. “It’s like a swallow,” the first one says. “Only it’s bigger.”
See photos of Troop 136's canoeing trek through Canada's Bowron Lake Provincial Park, where they found majestic mountains, remarkable rivers and lovely lakes. And plenty of paddling.
The Scout Brigade at Fort George features thousands of Scouts from both countries honoring those who fought in the War of 1812 and to also celebrate the centuries of peace that have followed.
Daffynition: Tapeworm — Sticky bait.