mon·o·logue also mon·o·log (mn-lôg, -lg)
a. A dramatic soliloquy.
b. A literary composition in the form of a soliloquy.
2. A continuous series of jokes or comic stories delivered by one comedian.
3. A long speech made by one person, often monopolizing a conversation.
v. mon·o·logued also mon·o·logged, mon·o·logu·ing also mon·o·log·ging, mon·o·logues also mon·o·logs
Remind me to stop when I am doing it. I got caught tonight doing it. Trying to make a point about “Being Prepared” and they ate my lunch with it. My whole thing about being Cubmaster is to make sure the boys have fun. That did not happen tonight. Gotta find the fun and make it happen. However, I did get the whole Pack outside and did something different.