Pongos refused a drink

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  1. Blackrat

    Blackrat War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    Fucking right as well. Those poachers are thieving cunts that can't handle their beer. Mind you, they're not as bad as the Kings. Now there's a Regiment of fucking skanks.
     
  2. Well besides those two mentioned what else did you serve in.
    I had thought the Royal Corps of Hairdressers or maybe the Queens own Royal Mincers.;-)
     
  3. Blackrat

    Blackrat War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    Close. 12/13th Forward Mess Tin Repair Company (Armoured), 49 Para then 24 SAS(R).
     
  4. SAS 24th eh?
    Are you lonely?
     
  5. I've never known a pongo refuse a drink.
     
  6. True but they seldom have the capacity for more than a sniff, after that they return to type and start gibbering.
    They do have the distinct capability not to pay though.
     
  7. Blackrat

    Blackrat War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    Only at reunions. Mac's dead, Dingers mad and Tom the Fijiian is still on the balcony, the cross eyed fucker.
     
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  8. I was in the SAS in Birmingham.
     
  9. its a disgrace
     
  10. Ninja_Stoker

    Ninja_Stoker War Hero Moderator

    Agreed.

    I'd go the pub to drown my sorrows, but they probably wouldn't serve me. I blame the 25 SAS reunion last year - it got well out of order. I wouldn't mind but I'm the CO & no-one else turned-up.
     
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  11. I tried but I couldn't climb over the wall at the back. The windows were all shut anyway.
     
  12. this makes my blood boil as my friend who was in comabt got refused a drink i complained to the manager who got us a free derinks and meal i wont name the pub.

    My friend was angry.

    My friend the pub a year later and he and his staff serve those in the armed forces as he was in the army
     
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  13. Ninja_Stoker

    Ninja_Stoker War Hero Moderator

    I don't blame anyone. Mind you, as I was the only one there, it would've been difficult.

    You could've tried the door, s'pose. Bit unorthodox, mind.
     
  14. my friend owns a pub who serves all forces personnel
     
  15. B/Z to all Marstons pubs giving a free drink tommorrow to all serving and ex serving personal
     
  16. way to go Marstons... It is nice to see the pub chains supporting our troops
     
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  17. It's probably just honest mistake by some Eastern European bar staff...like the rest of the service industry in the UK, it's staffed by cheap immigrants, and they probably didn't have a scoobies what was going on. I stayed at the Marriott in Portsmouth last week and that was manned by Jonny and Jenny Foreigner, who thought it was permissable to serve a pint in a hot glass straight out of the dishwasher...Standards ffs !!!

    So all off the Outrage Bus !!!!
     
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  18. The only time I went in to a pub in combats was during R&R at Birmingham New Street pub in the railway station. I got a few free drinks which was nice.

    I should have done what squaddies usually do and call everyone fúcking civvies before destroying the pub and getting battered by the locals. I was tired though, so just said thanks and drank up.
     
  19. Cunt you did the right thing by just saying thanks and leaving
     

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