W.H.A.D.A.L.O.T.T.A.J.A.R.G.O.N, or When Huey And Dewey And Louie Originally Thought To Adapt Junior-Woodchuck Attitudes, Regulations, and Grandiose Organizational Nomenclature, is a story that illustrated the trio’s enthusiasm to join the Junior Woodchucks and how they have turned from being troublesome brats into wonderfully accommodating children.
Years ago, when Huey, Dewey and Louie were still very small, they were up to so much mischief that Donald finally got fed up with it and decided that something must be done. By chance, he ran across a scout group of the Junior Woodchucks, and this inspired him to send his nephews to join the organization.
At the annual grand jamboree of the Junior Woodchucks, the boys discovered that their own great-grandmother is the daughter of the organization’s founder. Thus interested, the boys wanted to join the Junior Woodchucks immediately. The chiefs originally didn’t want to accept them, but when they learned they were the great-great-grandchildren of their original founder, they accepted them immediately. The boys were then presented with one of the Woodchuck’s most important possessions The Guidebook!
The Guidebook and reservoir of inexhaustible knowledge!
The Guidebook that is never wrong!
The Guidebook that always saves the day!
The Guidebook that has absolutely every important piece of information there is!
The Guidebook that made me utterly nuts to find its secret! *panting*
Finally I have been able to discover why it never ceases to amaze me with its rich content and infallibility. I have collected everything necessary to understand this subject in one image to help simplify everything.
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