Biscuits !!

Discussion in 'Diamond Lil's' started by whitemouse, Aug 15, 2008.

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  1. Found in arrse:

  2. Mmmm, Biscuits Brown, my pesonal favorite!!!
    :w00t: :w00t: :w00t:
  4. Break them up and mix them with your Kye.Mmmmmmmmm
  6. And what's wrong with the 500ml mug he is issued with. I've just come off Dartmoor, and had some epic dunking with mine and as many biscuits I could handle!
  7. sgtpepperband

    sgtpepperband War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    ...obviously a lover of soggy buscuits! :wink:
  8. There's nothing like freshly dunked biscuits... but if over dunked they disintegrate into the drink, and if not devoured immediately become cold, wet and soggy...... like a lookout on a wet watch ;)

    Alternately when I was in the ROC we soaked the oatmeal things in hot cocoa and ate when they had softened sufficiently, ten minutes later! :lol:
  9. Get yourself one of these:-
    Bespoke "Dunking-Mug". The "magazine"
    can hold up to three rounds of HobNobs,
    (Only two Jaffa Cakes) - but as yet, only
    supports bikkies of the circular type. A
    built-in "Dunk-Timer" is located in the base
    of the mug, thus ensuring that dunkees
    get their bollocks scalded - unless they
    have completed the Training Course.
    (Three weeks in Shrivenham, living in
    the WO's & Sgts Mess)

  10. Clearly Teddy your DS was not the sort of man to thrash you silly across the Moor! Time to dunk biscuits, honestly!
  12. Do 81mm mortar bombs still come in the double green plastic carriers?
    Used to cut one side down and shape the handle from the other....a nice big 'ally' tea mug..... job done.
    Come to think of it ..... does Royal still use 81mm mortars?

    Another question.... Do ships still carry ginormous tins of ships biscuits that were issued as fodder when the galley was out of order?

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