Why we say, Bully!

To commend someone on an exceptional accomplishment or good deed, Troop 20 says “BULLY!”.
Why?  Because we are part of the Theodore Roosevelt Council. The word “bully” was an adjective used during Theodore Roosevelt’s time, and often said by him, meaning “first-rate”, similar to today’s “awesome”. Troop 20 honors Theodore Roosevelt by adopting that phrase.

So, whenever you have the chance, yell it loud and proud: “BULLY!”