TiddlyYou're really not getting this are you?
I used to shower before I went home after a patrol, my misses said we never smelt good so detailed me of to empty contents of grip in to washing machine, which she would waste water and send around about 3 times and ordered me back into the shower, and after all the effort I went to, I even changed my keggs whether they needed it or not.We kept one free as a come in handy shower for when we went on our runs ashore. So we looked and smelled good when we got to the hotel!
Trench Foot from standing around in dark wet piss stained corners waiting for some poor unfortunate Matelot to come back off shore????? :laughing3:When I returned from deployments ex-Mrs. SPB would insist that I went to my GP to get my foot infection looked at, because she complained that my all socks smelled funny...
After a deployment are you sure they were your socks, I ended up with all sorts of odd pairs???:toothy8:When I returned from deployments ex-Mrs. SPB would insist that I went to my GP to get my foot infection looked at, because she complained that my all socks smelled funny...
And they complain about submariners, we always knoew our stuff, we never took it offI didn't care whose socks they were - needs must, and all that. Sometimes I grabbed whatever I could reach from my bottom bunk: steaming bats, towels, No. 8s shirts... :twisted:
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