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Be careful! Did you mean Lair?

Easy misspelling or typo to make, but completely different meaning!

Should the common terminology in Cub Scouts change from Six to Lair, this mistake is likely to be made more often!

Dictionary Definitions:

the place where a wild animal sleeps
a place where someone hides or where someone goes to be alone and to feel safe or comfortable
a person who tells lies

Here's hoping that you don't encounter liars withing Scouting. Remember the Scout Law, where it states that a Scout is *trustworthy*.