Discussion in 'SCC and URNU' started by kgladams, Jan 12, 2007.
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hi i got to ts anson sea cadets unit and i wont to know what the best rank is as a cadets it
Try the sea cadets forum at www.sccportal.org.uk
Yes seconded. This site is more for Adults.
The portal is the place for "which do you prefer, apples or swimming" pointless polls.
The best rank is only available to those who can spell and use correct punctuation. Good Luck.
**** YOU IF UR FROM TS KENT
Language Timothy!! :sad:
I thinks its more likely to be Pike, as in "Stupid boy Pike."
Sorry I have just read all of his posts and unfortunately come to the conclusion that he (kgladams) is a complete and utter moron. If he ever manages to enter the RN as an officer it will almost certainly be "Captain of the Heads)
He is just a kid of 12 or 13, he has been pointed in the right direction above so I think we should just leave it there.
well his parents should be ashamed of the langauge he was using! :shock: :shock: :shock:
Were you any better Andy?
does he have parents?
Actually i was.Being a product of the Public school system in the 60's and 70's manners and polite language was paramount.However by the age of 16 i was as bad as any. :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin:
I dont think i knew any bad language at the age of 12.
tim - if ur genuinely coming on here for advice- there is a way to go about it mate - u may only be young - but the average person on here has done a fair time in either regular or reserve RN - give them the respect they are due.
Secondly with an attitude like that the RN won't entertain u - as a rating never mind an officer - i dont want to sound callous but i suggest you grow up, wise up and engage brain before opening gob - or in this case typing.
Tut, tut Andy; were paramount.
Sorry i have been corrupted by the RN! :grin: :grin:
Offensive and stupid....he mentioned that he was from TS Anslow? (Can't remember the name...sorry!) and therefore not from TS Kent.
Very clever. Well done.
Separate names with a comma.