No such thing as a stupid question.

Taffd

Lantern Swinger
#1
Never actually believed that myself.

I recall asking my Dad if batteries were AC or DC.

This mark you, after recently being awarded a prize for 'Best All-round Performance' on REM's qualifying course.

So what was your stupid question?
 
#9
Whilst driving to Exeter from Yeovil on the A30

Wife asked "Have we been through Bristol yet? would like to pop into IKEA". :?

Whilst living RA at Wyton.

A crab fat house mate asked whilst making his sandwiches "What side of this clingfilm is the sticky side"? :D
 
#10
When I was small and at school; our teacher had been telling us about the background to Bonfire Night and Guy Fawkes ........

I had gathered that this was about ermm olden times and I knew that my grandmother was old (as far as I was concerned - she was actually about 50!) .......

So I asked her, was it possible that she herself had met Guy Fawkes?
 
#12
soleil said:
When I was small and at school; our teacher had been telling us about the background to Bonfire Night and Guy Fawkes ........

I had gathered that this was about ermm olden times and I knew that my grandmother was old (as far as I was concerned - she was actually about 50!) .......

So I asked her, was it possible that she herself had met Guy Fawkes?
Had she? :roll:
 

sgtpepperband

War Hero
Moderator
Book Reviewer
#14
...many (too many to remember!) abusive and/or drunken matelots/matelotesses/squaddies - and civvies - to SPB during a night time down Guildhall Walk: "You can't nick me - I ain't dun nuffink, 'ave I..?!"

:shock: :twisted:
 
#16
BreathingOutOnTheWayUp said:
Any from the Wardroom Phrase Book.

ie "What seems to be the trouble, Chief?"

and then: "How long will it take?"
Or another wardroom classic "but it is do-able?" said when you shoot the latest bright ideas club project down in flames.
 
#17
WreckerL said:
BreathingOutOnTheWayUp said:
Any from the Wardroom Phrase Book.

ie "What seems to be the trouble, Chief?"

and then: "How long will it take?"
Or another wardroom classic "but it is do-able?" said when you shoot the latest bright ideas club project down in flames.
Thank you Wrecker,

A recent addition which I'll now add as an amendment to my vintage-not-to-be-used-after Dec-1993 edition.

You may cut along now. :wink:
 
#18
Having obtained a positive breath test from a very drunk driver who had crashed his car into another, he was informed he was under arrest.
His reply to caution was; 'Is this really necessary officer?'

'Oh I think so sir'
 

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