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NZ_Bootneck

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rosinacarley said:
NZ_Bootneck said:
rosinacarley said:
Thank you Stripey! Dear lord, perhaps I was a tad too subtle for the Bootie Possie. Perhaps I will try to speak in words of one syllabul from now on, apart from to Harry who makes me feel like a complete moron!
Rosie, Rosie you really must disabuse your good self of the myth that Royal Marines are all thick and stupid, surely the Nation must have some of the terminally obtuse available to serve as Dabbers. Those of us on here are the creme d' la creme, we've worked out how to turn on the 'puter.
NZB
PS Harry don't play fair, he gave back the chunky watch and therefore received a brain back not, I hasten to add, necessarily the one he handed in on day 1 of training. :dwarf:

Of course you are clever NZB, you are a librarian! Although I believe you are a not a proper librarian like what Golden Rivet it! But I understand it pays well and keeps you away from the sheep!

Do you mind I'm Library Staff, not a Librarian, so I work for a living. I'm always careful to tug me forelock to me betters though and mumble in best Jannerese "Thankee Ma'am, for thy wonderous bounty." when I have to off cap at pay parade.
NZB
 
NZ_Bootneck said:
rosinacarley said:
NZ_Bootneck said:
rosinacarley said:
Thank you Stripey! Dear lord, perhaps I was a tad too subtle for the Bootie Possie. Perhaps I will try to speak in words of one syllabul from now on, apart from to Harry who makes me feel like a complete moron!
Rosie, Rosie you really must disabuse your good self of the myth that Royal Marines are all thick and stupid, surely the Nation must have some of the terminally obtuse available to serve as Dabbers. Those of us on here are the creme d' la creme, we've worked out how to turn on the 'puter.
NZB
PS Harry don't play fair, he gave back the chunky watch and therefore received a brain back not, I hasten to add, necessarily the one he handed in on day 1 of training. :dwarf:

Of course you are clever NZB, you are a librarian! Although I believe you are a not a proper librarian like what Golden Rivet it! But I understand it pays well and keeps you away from the sheep!

Do you mind I'm Library Staff, not a Librarian, so I work for a living. I'm always careful to tug me forelock to me betters though and mumble in best Jannerese "Thankee Ma'am, for thy wonderous bounty." when I have to off cap at pay parade.
NZB

NZB you should be very careful, I believe that kind of behaviour will cause GR to come over all unecessary, and her books will be filed out of order!
 
'kin RAF took em 12 Lancasters just to knock down a couple of walls, then they spend the next 60 odd years crowing about it, couldn't even drop the bombs straight, had to bounce them off the oggin!
 
Smiffy_the_Shipwreck said:
'kin RAF took em 12 Lancasters just to knock down a couple of walls, then they spend the next 60 odd years crowing about it, couldn't even drop the bombs straight, had to bounce them off the oggin!

Couldn't agree more, bit serious for my liking, for a start you missed the word "crabfat" :D

Also, a few more expletives and general name calling would have been great.

Close, but no cigar!
 
Lets go for some serious abuse, me thinks this Light Blue may just be WAAF Flt Sgt. Norma.

Hi Norma got the chaps going today.
 
Nutty said:
Lets go for some serious abuse, me thinks this Light Blue may just be WAAF Flt Sgt. Norma.

Hi Norma got the chaps going today.

I'd laugh mate, only I don't know WTF you are on about (hence me coming onto RR for an insight into RN "humour")
 
Welcome onboard Light Blue. As a former member of the Royal Observer Corps and having thereby spent 11 years in the uniform of the Junior Service you have my comiserations. I'm still itching from 11 years in hairy mary's - and that's just the underpants!

Norma is our resident nutter, aka: Norman, Hinge Crank, Hinge and Bracket, Drama Queen [and that's saying something], and numerous other Nom de Plumes that I forgot long ago. Norman was passed over for Admiral of the Fleet in favour of Fisher, some years ago, and has never forgiven Pusser for the insult. He trained with Jellicoe!

Please ignore Rosie's ridicolous comments about librarians and their staff, who as everyone knows are all superintelligent (modesty prevents me from adding: 'like me') thus some booties at least have brains. Unfortunately they pinched their oppos brains, boiled them up into a stew and poured the molton mixture into their empty skulls to produce two highly intelligent ex-booties: NZmastermindBoots & HarryBrainyBosch.

Now settle down, pour yourself a tot of the Navy's finest Rum, and remember that Pinch is a well educated, finely honed product of the magisterial G Spot and is therefore, like all G-Spotters (barring Higggy) above criticism.

As you see, it's not polite rubbing the G Spot the wrong way!

Pinch :thumbright:

PS: What's this about being the forum c0ck: are you really into that sort of thing :bball: . If you are, do PM Hig. He slept with a French Bird once! :biggrin:
 
thingy said:
Welcome onboard Light Blue. As a former member of the Royal Observer Corps and having thereby spent 11 years in the uniform of the Junior Service you have my comiserations. I'm still itching from 11 years in hairy mary's - and that's just the underpants!

Norma is our resident nutter, aka: Norman, Hinge Crank, Hinge and Bracket, Drama Queen [and that's saying something], and numerous other Nom de Plumes that I forgot long ago. Norman was passed over for Admiral of the Fleet in favour of Fisher, some years ago, and has never forgiven Pusser for the insult. He trained with Jellicoe!

Please ignore Rosie's ridicolous comments about librarians and their staff, who as everyone knows are all superintelligent (modesty prevents me from adding: 'like me') thus some booties at least have brains. Unfortunately they pinched their oppos brains, boiled them up into a stew and poured the molton mixture into their empty skulls to produce two highly intelligent ex-booties: NZmastermindBoots & HarryBrainyBosch.

Now settle down, pour yourself a tot of the Navy's finest Rum, and remember that Pinch is a well educated, finely honed product of the magisterial G Spot and is therefore, like all G-Spotters (barring Higggy) above criticism.

As you see, it's not polite rubbing the G Spot the wrong way!

Pinch :thumbright:

PS: What's this about being the forum c0ck: are you really into that sort of thing :bball: . If you are, do PM Hig. He slept with a French Bird once! :biggrin:

Genius mate, pure genius, don't know half of what you're on about, but respect all the same.
 
The G Spot is where the old and bold trained: the Eton of the RN. St Vincent is the Harrow of the RN (remember Churchill's passing score to get in to Harrow?.... :biggrin: ) and the mere mention of the proper name of the G Spot sends the Raleigh trained youngsters of 40 something and below running into an panic about their inadequancies compaired to the Knights of the G Spot! :razz:

G Spot had a mast 143ft high with all trainees obliged to climb to the half moon. St Vincent had a mast 14.3ft high and the trainees only had to climb five rungs before they reached the button! :biggrin:

Head well down for the forthcoming flak - especially from Greenie! EEEK!
 
Light_Blue said:
Smiffy_the_Shipwreck said:
no pleasing some people is there?

Only self-important image-obsessed sideways ambling crabs mate! :afro:


Whats this cOck thing anyway --thought crabs were all flush

And you definately sound like a penguin ------- non flyer and possibly full of crap.

Welcome anyway ----- as a range user you can't be that bad.


:nemo: :nemo:
 

diesel

Lantern Swinger
We've already got a Norman LB, so from now on I shall call you Rupert and await your reply.

With Brylcream no doubt. :bootyshake:
 
diesel said:
We've already got a Norman LB, so from now on I shall call you Rupert and await your reply.

With Brylcream no doubt. :bootyshake:

Ruperts are Pongo officers. Crabs are more likely to be called Algy, Horace or Bertie (except 'Sailor' Malan, of course).

I particularly enjoyed the story a few years ago about a jar of Brylcreem being found in the cockpit of an aircraft that had fallen through the ice of a frozen Norwegian lake during WW II. It immediately confirmed it was RAF!
 
Nutty said:
Lets go for some serious abuse, me thinks this Light Blue may just be WAAF Flt Sgt. Norma.

Hi Norma got the chaps going today.

Nutty, WAAF? I think that term went out with the dinosaurs, even WRAF is obsolete.
 
TwistedFireStarter said:
Are Tornado pilots wannabe submariners? why else would they keep ditching their aircraft in the oggin? :thumright:

Nice one! Did you realise that the RAFs largest camp is RAF Dogger Bank? We have been dumping Her Majesty's aluminium there for decades.
In fact we have the world's largest under water fighter force.
 
Crabman said:
Nutty said:
Lets go for some serious abuse, me thinks this Light Blue may just be WAAF Flt Sgt. Norma.

Hi Norma got the chaps going today.

Nutty, WAAF? I think that term went out with the dinosaurs, even WRAF is obsolete.

Crabman

I was just giving Norma the rank and service that would match her age. I am not suggesting our modern lasses in the RAF, (God! what is the chance that one of them would be reading this rubbish and make any sense out of it) were part of an Organisation call WAAF or WRAF. I am sexy not sexist.
 
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