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#4
Well done I hope all the waiting and hype as all been worth it, just remember the reality of joining the fleet is not the same as all the training you have done to date, so take your time settling in and enjoy, you may come to understand why some dislike training camps?
Good luck:salut:
 
#9
Bullshit, I was under 18 and got shitfaced

Nibble nibble wibble?

Admitting your criminal past uumm, I bet everyone on here stayed sober until
they were eighteen or at least until there was a teen after the number
:laughing5: :laughing5:

Edited: I
remember in collingrad the reggies used to draw a big fat red cross on your ID
card if under 18, so attempting the I am sober walk as you went back on board
was always fun, soon as I joined first ship, josh gave me a new ID card saying
Collingrad were defacing the card.

Also
remember when doing extra-curricular work do to drinking under age, I had to
help out at the reggies Christmas bash, the reggie that was at the table got
me, shall we say charismas merry.
 
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#10
If you "tick-tock" it'll be all over the net and you'll never live it down. Have a good career and put some of your pay
IN the bank and leave it there. Unlike those that have gone before and happily pissed it all up various walls around
the world - you'll find that having some savings will see you right in years to come.
 
#11
If you "tick-tock" it'll be all over the net and you'll never live it down. Have a good career and put some of your pay
IN the bank and leave it there. Unlike those that have gone before and happily pissed it all up various walls around
the world - you'll find that having some savings will see you right in years to come.
Good
advice, I am sure someone told me the same, did I listen? Did I hell, still
skint but had and still am having a blast, just that alcohol no longer plays a
big part. :smile:
:angel10:
 

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