Hello everyone

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Hi everyone, I have joined the forum to find out what the fook my son says when he comes home on leave, he is an M.E. on phase 2 and seems to have aquired a new language we dont understand :D
 
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Jimmy_Green said:
Now you know how the rest of us feel listening to scousers. :lol:

Your son has a whole new language and a whole new way of life. Buy yourself a copy of Jackspeak, the English/Matelot dictionary, and it might just help you understand a little of what he says.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Jackspeak-Guide-British-Naval-Slang/dp/0951430521

http://hubpages.com/hub/JackSpeak---The-Language-of-the-Royal-Navy-

http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/training-and-people/rn-life/navy-slang/
Thanks for the info, I suggest you buy a map Jim, we are not scousers, we live on the good bank of the Mersey :lol:
 

malspal

Lantern Swinger
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Funny thing is, once you leave the mob and move away, you have to learn to speak all over again just to make yourself understood..............then you meet another ex matelot and your back into it again :D
 

malspal

Lantern Swinger
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malspal said:
Funny thing is, once you leave the mob and move away, you have to learn to speak all over again just to make yourself understood..............then you meet another ex matelot and your back into it again :D
Thinks...."Might have started to dig myself a hole there!" :roll:
 
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malspal said:
Funny thing is, once you leave the mob and move away, you have to learn to speak all over again just to make yourself understood..............then you meet another ex matelot and your back into it again :D


and the swaying back and forth as you spin dits makes everyone else seasick. :D
 

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