The scene is that three scout leaders are sitting around the campfire swapping yarns, after having had a little too much of the amber nectar to drink.
1st leader: These scouts today don't know they're born. I can remember the scout hut that we had. There was a hole in the roof, which let the water in when it were raining.
2nd leader: A roof with a hole in it, that were luxury. We had an old tarpaulin sheet slung over the rafters. Us older lads had to hang onto it during the meetings, case it blew away in the wind.
3rd leader: Rafters, now there's a luxury. When I was a scout our hut had no roof at all, and we kept out the rain with some old bits of sack, held up with twigs.
1st leader: We couldn't get twigs. We had to hold the roof up with our bare hands. Those were the days.
2nd leader: I remember when us lads used to go to camp. We loaded all our gear onto an old army truck and drove to the campsite singing songs.
3rd leader: We had no time for singing. We used to pull all our gear along on an old cart with wooden wheels. And the wheels used to get bogged down in the mud.
1st leader: A cart with wheels, now that's what I call a luxury. We just had an old cardboard box to put all our camping gear in, and when it rained all our gear would get soaking wet, and fall into the mud, but we were happy.
2nd leader: Yes, those were the days.
3rd leader: We had some nice tents though, big green six manners.
1st leader: Six manners , luxury, our tents were so small, you had to sleep sitting up.
2nd leader: We didn't have any tents at all in my troop. We used to curl up in a hole that we'd dug in the ground, but we were happy.
3rd leader: We couldn't afford a hole in the ground, we used to sleep in a puddle.
1st leader: Yes these youngsters today don't know they're born, but if you told them all these things they would never believed you.