Merit Badge Sashes from Boy and Girl Scouts of America
"Scout's Honor"


Boy Scout (Left) and Girl Scout (Right)




Bestow all the skills and knowledge of the badges on the sashes


Gives the user a craving for cookies and makes user competitive against the wearer of the other sash


Wearing and saying "Scout's Honor"

Collected by

Artie Nielsen







Date of Collection

October 8th, 1996


Origin[edit | edit source]

The Boy Scouts of America and the Girl Scouts of America are American youth organizations geared toward empowering children. Both groups focus on teaching children the skills they will need later on in their lives, and present merit badges as signs of accomplishment and mastery of a skill.

Usage[edit | edit source]

Wearing one of the sashes will grant the wearer the skills and knowledge shown on the badges sewn into the sash. Such skills include fire-making, swimming, first-aid, pottery, cooking, geography, history, traffic safety, wilderness survival, history, and many more.

The downside is that using either of the sashes will give the user a craving for cookies. The sashes may make the wearers competitive against each other.

Collection[edit | edit source]

Artie collected these from two scout leaders, one boy scout and the other girl scout, for making it on the news after a series of outlandish and bizarre competitions. Both competed in a foot-race, made intricate webs of knots, and tried to build superconductors out of soup cans. Artie was able to neutralize the sashes, allowing the two middle-aged scout leaders to rest.

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