bit scared

#1
When I was in the army gays were not allowed. All thats changed now, so am I now gonna have to worry about who's looking at my butt in the showers when I join the navy soon, or have the gays got there own showers or something.
Im not trying to cause offence, im not homophobic, but whats the score?
This is the only issue I have.
 
#3
pondwater said:
When I was in the army gays were not allowed. All thats changed now, so am I now gonna have to worry about who's looking at my butt in the showers when I join the navy soon, or have the gays got there own showers or something.
Im not trying to cause offence, im not homophobic, but whats the score?
This is the only issue I have.

Why do you think you might be sending out those sorts of signals?
 
#4
There have always been gays in the Army, Navy, et al.

You just assumed they weren't there before.

Sexual contact or any kind of harrassment is, as you know, absolutely verboten in the Forces so you needn't worry.
 

slim

War Hero
#5
Dont worry it only hurts for the first few times.

Seriously if you are aproached by a gay sailorlet him know that you are straight and you should have no problems. If the attention caries on have a word with the killick of the mess.
if it is the killick of the mess then at least you could get out of mess sweeping
 

Chalky

Lantern Swinger
#8
If I could roll my eyes any more, I'd be thrown off balance.

Grow up. If you're arrogant enough to assume that you'll be fighting cock-mad homos off with a stick, you're probably stupid enough not to notice them anyway.
 
#9
Pondwater this has to be a wind up right? Of all the things that a mother can worry about when her baby is joining the services, and believe there are many, this ain't one of em. To be honest it never even occured to me! I have to say tho that this has been one of the most amusing threads yet - slim you made me laugh out loud, prompting my nosy family to start reading over my shoulder - which is always guaranteed to wind me up!
 
#10
Don't worry about the gays, you should soon find out who they are and then you can shower at a different time. I wouldn't tell anyone in the mess that you are worried though or you will suddenly find the whole mess pretending to be gay and blowing you kisses. matelots love to wind people up.
 
#11
Easy to spot them,drop your soap in the shower and youll soon find them out,unless youre plug ugly of course,but then that would solve the issue wouldnt it?That should be the least of your worries!Just tink about the HUGE blunt needles us MA's will use on you!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:
 
#12
You could simply avoid washing altogether, you smelly crab... then you'd get a mess scrub from all your fellow straights. Painful but safe! :lol:

Take soap on a rope, butt plugs (to preserve your virginity) and secure a windsock to your todger, and you should be pretty safe. Though if you're really this scared of gay men, I suggest becoming a Trappist monk.
 

Dabs

Lantern Swinger
#14
dunkers said:
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Sexual contact or any kind of harrassment is, as you know, absolutely verboten in the Forces so you needn't worry.
Unless your a sprog that is, and some hairy arsed faggot pins you in a corner. :( But Hey, don't worry shippers. The Navy has a don't touch policy, which means that ALL of the Wrens that have ever claimed to be pregnant after a stint foreign, well, they AREN'T are they? Basically, because you and NO one else are allowed to touch them. Therefore, logically speaking, the hairy arsed faggots can't touch you either. :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: Go for it matey, feel safe and comfortable in your oppos bunk. :lol:
 
#15
sandygib said:
Pondwater this has to be a wind up right? Of all the things that a mother can worry about when her baby is joining the services, and believe there are many, this ain't one of em. To be honest it never even occured to me! I have to say tho that this has been one of the most amusing threads yet - slim you made me laugh out loud, prompting my nosy family to start reading over my shoulder - which is always guaranteed to wind me up!
Sandy, I'm getting seriously worried about the Army. I always thought they were tough men able to withstand anything - like your average matelot. Now I know I was wrong... :(
 

Dabs

Lantern Swinger
#16
Always_a_Civvy said:
sandygib said:
Pondwater this has to be a wind up right? Of all the things that a mother can worry about when her baby is joining the services, and believe there are many, this ain't one of em. To be honest it never even occured to me! I have to say tho that this has been one of the most amusing threads yet - slim you made me laugh out loud, prompting my nosy family to start reading over my shoulder - which is always guaranteed to wind me up!
Sandy, I'm getting seriously worried about the Army. I always thought they were tough men able to withstand anything - like your average matelot. Now I know I was wrong... :(
Good grief, Britain can now start trembling. :roll:
 
#20
If you enter the shower in a black rubber wet suit you'll be safe. Everyone will know you're 'into' rubber, but at least you'll be safe! :lol:

How about wearing a T-shirt saying 'No Gays in the shower please, I'm straight!' then everyone will know where you stand. :wink:

What you really have to worry about is the manual life jacket inflation proceedure... :lol: more here http://www.rumration.co.uk/cpgn2/Forums/viewtopic/t=1557/highlight=Junior.html
 

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