I really didn't know where to put this, but I just had to share.
Last evening I did a basic program for a local Cub Scout Den - 7 boys.
Everything went well. The boys did all the basic knots etc. and most were able to climb to a height of about 20 or 25 feet with relative ease. One scout, though, had a bit of difficulty tying a safety knot, so I wouldn't allow him to go higher than 10 feet until he got it. It took a while, but he figured it out and up he went.
Once the scout was back on the ground I asked him what he thought. His response: \"I've never had a wedgie for that long in my life! I'm going home and practice safety knots 'til I can tie 'em in my sleep!\"