Pongos refused a drink

Blackrat

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#2
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.
 
#3
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.
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.;-)
 

Blackrat

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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.;-)
Close. 12/13th Forward Mess Tin Repair Company (Armoured), 49 Para then 24 SAS(R).
 
#12
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.
I tried but I couldn't climb over the wall at the back. The windows were all shut anyway.
 

Sarah83

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I tried but I couldn't climb over the wall at the back. The windows were all shut anyway.
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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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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cúnt

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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
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.
 

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