Ha ha 9 o CLOCKERS

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  1. Do You Hear There - 9 O Clockers are now being served from the JRDH - Tonights Delight - Spreads !! any others???
    Love ya all

    Stanley
     
  2. All we ever seemed to get for 9 o'clockers was boiled eggs.

    Every morning the phucking messdeck vibrated with the sound of the various bowel bugles blowing off,along with the foul stench of second hand eggs wafting around :sad3:
     
  3. Those tinned frankfurters in brine were 'popular' in the late '70s.
     
  4. (granny)

    (granny) War Hero Book Reviewer

    H in T's between two slices. Can taste them still!
     
  5. Baby sick sandwiches (Heinz sandwich spread)

    Gobi Desert buns (Very Dry Scones)

    Naafi Biscuits (3 pack)
     
  6. Caterer ran out of money and gave everyone 1 Oxo Cube! PO of the Watch went into his office, rolled the Oxo Cube along the deck and shouted 'look out Jock it's a beef stampede, if you are so effing hard up keep it' Priceless.
     
  7. Mad dog spew surely
     
  8. No, definitely “baby spew†sandwiches. :pukel:
     
  9. ....the same stuff Barry Humphries ate out of a sick bag that had him banned from Quantas Airlines....or was it potato salad.
     
  10. Used to be an old trick in the Wessex flying the Fosties out to there prey.
    Tin of Heinz big soup in a spew bag.

    One crewman pretends to be ill then throws up into prepared spew bag.

    Diver takes spew bag off 'ill' crew member. Proceeds to pick the big pieces out of spew bag and eat them.

    Now sit back and watch the fosties throw up for real!!!!!! :thumright:

    Back to 9 - o-clockers spoilt on the Euryalus, on account of all the PO chefs that resided in the PO's mess. Mmmmmmm best meal of the day, normally courtesy of the wardroom!!!!
     
  11. Wardroom Chief chef [Barry 'A'] did ours....Devonshire,1 Mess....no complaints and a good lad
     
  12. All of the above, and a gash bag full of rolls and a slab of Pussers cheese, no slide mind, dry as charity.
    My preferred favourite, was HIT,s."Herrings in Tomato sauce".
    RoofRat
     
  13. Used to love nine o clockers.

    HITs, Spreads, Cackleberries, Toast and all washed down with a nice mug of tea. What a life we had eh? :)
     
  14. Herrings In,Still buy em!
     
  15. Crusty rolls and grated cheese(plus cockroaches HMS Triumph 1972)
     
  16. Always babysick or eggs - with the obligatory raw ones thrown into the mix of course !!!
     
  17. HMS Cochrane JR galley 81-82 was the best 9 o-clockers ever cheese eggs cold meats spreads occasionally fresh salmon, Better than the evening meal at times
     
  18. yeah - i was there around the same time. Lunch was ace too - seem to remember being able to choose and cook ur own steaks!!! - even a dedicated omelette bar - for JR's wtf ???
     
  19. Loved ours on the cherry b usualy soup consisted of every leftover from the days offerings bread sometimes H I TOr if on fish patrol cod
     
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