Could I Work In Lympstone?

#1
I havent got the qualifications to become an officer however I was wondering if after completing my training and having done my first tour and specialized if I would be able to Work in Lympstone?

Also what are your views on working there? Would you rather be out in the field?
 
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#2
BobbyP said:
I havent got the qualifications to become an officer however I was wondering if after completing my training and having done my first tour and specialized if I would be able to Work in Lympstone?

Also what are your views on working there? Would you rather be out in the field?
There are some nice views and fields along the south fence although I always prefered a bed myself. I think you should specialise as a CH3 and then you can work at Smelly Farm or the dairy in the dip!

Hope that helps!!

IMD
 
#4
BobbyP said:
I'm training very hard to be a Royal Marine and cannot wait to begin Commando training at CTC. On completion of my training I shall be proud to take my place alongside fellow RMs in one of the commando units. I know it is early days, but after several years general and operational experience I would love to qualify as a PWI and join a training team at CTC. Who knows, I could even end up on the YOs team, or the AACC! I don't want to be a PTI, though as they're a bunch of poseurs. I know I am thinking ahead, but at least I know what suitcase to take to CTC and I don't mind using a pussers iron when I get there. PS Be nice to me.
What a cnut! I cannot believe you wrote that (neither can anyone else - Ed.). Try not to think too far ahead and you will be fine. Good luck! :thumright:
 

pastrdp

Lantern Swinger
#5
Local int suggests that the "Pot Wash" in the Puffing Billy is thinking of wrapping his hand in and joining the Nutwell Lodge, if you don't go for it you'll never know.
 

Ueshiba

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#7
BobbyP said:
I havent got the qualifications to become an officer however I was wondering if after completing my training and having done my first tour and specialized if I would be able to Work in Lympstone?

Also what are your views on working there? Would you rather be out in the field?
The grass needs a trim behind the railway station. Bring your cordless clippers.
 
#8
Ueshiba said:
BobbyP said:
I havent got the qualifications to become an officer however I was wondering if after completing my training and having done my first tour and specialized if I would be able to Work in Lympstone?

Also what are your views on working there? Would you rather be out in the field?
The grass needs a trim behind the railway station. Bring your cordless clippers.
Or use your teeth!! :thumright:
 

Ueshiba

Lantern Swinger
#9
ex_rubberdagger said:
Ueshiba said:
BobbyP said:
I havent got the qualifications to become an officer however I was wondering if after completing my training and having done my first tour and specialized if I would be able to Work in Lympstone?

Also what are your views on working there? Would you rather be out in the field?
The grass needs a trim behind the railway station. Bring your cordless clippers.
Or use your teeth!! :thumright:
:salut: :thumright:

That'll be good practice for munching some gronks rug in Exeter after too many wets!
 
#10
Ueshiba said:
ex_rubberdagger said:
Ueshiba said:
BobbyP said:
I havent got the qualifications to become an officer however I was wondering if after completing my training and having done my first tour and specialized if I would be able to Work in Lympstone?

Also what are your views on working there? Would you rather be out in the field?
The grass needs a trim behind the railway station. Bring your cordless clippers.
Or use your teeth!! :thumright:
:salut: :thumright:

That'll be good practice for munching some gronks rug in Exeter after too many wets!
You know mate i thought about posting something much along the same lines. We must be psychopathetic!! :thumright:
 

Ueshiba

Lantern Swinger
#11
ex_rubberdagger said:
Ueshiba said:
ex_rubberdagger said:
Ueshiba said:
BobbyP said:
I havent got the qualifications to become an officer however I was wondering if after completing my training and having done my first tour and specialized if I would be able to Work in Lympstone?

Also what are your views on working there? Would you rather be out in the field?
The grass needs a trim behind the railway station. Bring your cordless clippers.
Or use your teeth!! :thumright:
:salut: :thumright:

That'll be good practice for munching some gronks rug in Exeter after too many wets!
You know mate i thought about posting something much along the same lines. We must be psychopathetic!! :thumright:
Maybe it's cos I've been working in London the last few weeks, and I've picked up the XRD cockney humour! :thumright: Though I never went Sarf of the River! ^~
 
#12
Most are only to happy to pass out and stay away as long as possible.
Some love the place, they also tend towards BDSM dungeons for their sexual needs.




I'm talking PTIs here obviously, although PWs and DIs...??
 
#13
NZ_Bootneck said:
Most are only to happy to pass out and stay away as long as possible.
Some love the place, they also tend towards BDSM dungeons for their sexual needs.




I'm talking PTIs here obviously, although PWs and DIs...??
I have never thought of it like that. I thought my love of mild bondage and CFNM was a conscious manifestation brought about by my having Stockholm Syndrome. Perhaps my time as a PW* - taking my kit off in Sam's, climbing in and out of Wrens quarters, etc - helped to reinforce my desire to be naked in front of clothed women? I do hope so :dwarf:

*Bergen and XRD, the barstewards, would probably say it should read 'PoW' :w00t:
 
#14
HarryBosch said:
NZ_Bootneck said:
Most are only to happy to pass out and stay away as long as possible.
Some love the place, they also tend towards BDSM dungeons for their sexual needs.




I'm talking PTIs here obviously, although PWs and DIs...??
I have never thought of it like that. I thought my love of mild bondage and CFNM was a conscious manifestation brought about by my having Stockholm Syndrome. Perhaps my time as a PW* - taking my kit off in Sam's, climbing in and out of Wrens quarters, etc - helped to reinforce my desire to be naked in front of clothed women? I do hope so :dwarf:

*Bergen and XRD, the barstewards, would probably say it should read 'PoW' :w00t:
I would never dream of it mate, dont forget you indirectly inspired me to go and get my green lid!! :thumright:
 
#15
Ueshiba said:
ex_rubberdagger said:
Ueshiba said:
ex_rubberdagger said:
Ueshiba said:
BobbyP said:
I havent got the qualifications to become an officer however I was wondering if after completing my training and having done my first tour and specialized if I would be able to Work in Lympstone?

Also what are your views on working there? Would you rather be out in the field?
The grass needs a trim behind the railway station. Bring your cordless clippers.
Or use your teeth!! :thumright:
:salut: :thumright:

That'll be good practice for munching some gronks rug in Exeter after too many wets!
You know mate i thought about posting something much along the same lines. We must be psychopathetic!! :thumright:
Maybe it's cos I've been working in London the last few weeks, and I've picked up the XRD cockney humour! :thumright: Though I never went Sarf of the River! ^~
Nice to know you acknowledge my skills as a humourous Londoner. However i now live in the Midlands which is a place i would far rather be thanks very much even though the missus has that FCUKING MINGING brummie accent!! :thumright:
 

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