Blindfolds Skit for Boy Scouts

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This Skit is meant for Boy Scouts.
Decide for yourself if it is appropriate for your younger scouts or not.
blindfold for each volunteer
a prize for each volunteer
Ask for four or five volunteers - new scouts that have never seen the skit are needed.
Show them only one of the prizes and say that one scout will win it - a candybar, trinket, whatever.
Blindfold each person.

Tell them this test has been used for years to determine the bravest, smartest, and toughest new members of the group.

Tell them the rules are simple:

Tell them to remove one thing they are wearing and toss it on the ground.
As soon as someone removes his blindfold, give him his prize and silently tell him to sit.

Those that don't think to remove the blindfold will remove an item of clothing. Continue to tell them to remove something else until there is one scout left, or until someone looks like they may start to remove something indecent. If that happens, then tell everyone to stop.
Tell them to remove their blindfolds and give everyone that participated a prize.

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