Porn drove me into the navy

Discussion in 'The Gash Barge' started by slim, Oct 19, 2006.

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  1. I was a young innocent 17 year old when one day I found a magazine. it was entitled Health & Efficiency. For weeks I kept this mag until it was discovered by my dad. He confiscated it with the words " haven't seen one of these since I was in the Andrew". Though I looked high & low I could not find a replacement, but remembering his words popped into the local recruiting office. I joined up to find to my delight that here were a great many of these magazines available, I could inevitably find one or even two in the heads, though some of the pages seemed to be difficult to separate. Got an enormous shock when I went to Singapore, into a taxi then a trishaw & into some clearing to watch a blue movie. It was a complete shock, all this time the health & efficiency people had been using an airbrush on the best bits. I felt that my joining the navy had been under false pretences and to this day hold H&E responsible.
    Anyone else feel they were suckered into joining up?
     
  2. Slim,

    I'd sue H&E if I were you - trauma, misrepresentation etc.
     
  3. The Gash-Barge Time Tunnel.

    Bumped.

    Basically because I'm bored and nobody has had the decency to add anything to this thread for nigh on 7 years.
     
  4. I wonder why???????????
     
  5. image.jpg One for Slim...:grin:
     
  6. All that nylon in one room, recipe for disaster!!!
     
  7. .... and I'm just waiting for someone to come up with a dit about a run ashore with the one on the left!
     
  8. There would be a hell of a lot of static build up in those rooms.
     
  9. I've seen that photo on here somewhere...


    IIRC 'twas Wet Blobby's Nods Class getting spruced-up for their post passing-out parade run ashore...



    TAXI!
     
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  10. Bagsy the one at the back left of door, Woodbine in hand face like a plumbers bass
     
  11. AAF

    AAF Badgeman

    If it is Dauntless......was one of the most sought after drafts for one of the few blokes, Stoker, on site.....you had to be spliced.When said Stoker was on leave, Dryad, where I was at the time supplied the relief....spliced or not, my mate Mungo got the nod. Said that most of his time was spent in the cookhouse drinking T or scooting about on the 3 wheeled tilly, pulled quite a few times in the local, had a whole mess hut to himself.
     
  12. 'Scuse me - I'm just off for a thrash.

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  13. janner

    janner War Hero Book Reviewer

    I sent the pic off to a young lady of my acquaintance (well she was young in 1965) She doesn't recognise the location
     
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  14. :neutral: 1940 VL Wrennery....wren officer stewards
     
  15. Ladies of the Royal Navy back in the day.

    Proper Wrens, wiv' hats and skirts and flat shoes and stuff.

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    [Takes you back doesn't it? Ahh teleprinters....noisiest bastard things in the universe]
     
  16. What's with the bandaging on the legs - photos 3 and 4?
     
  17. Errrrrr - They've got bad legs maybe? Too much exped walking or
    strenuous exercise either in or behind the Drill Shed?
    Just a thought.

    Yours Aye,

    B.N.M.
     
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  18. And who said what "off camera" stage right in phot 4 ... something non p-c me thinks

    answers on a postcard to..........

    Right thats it ... I'm off weekend ... have a good one y'all!
     
  19. AAF

    AAF Badgeman

    Cheers Scouse.
     
  20. Which one are you scouse?

    Just curious like . . .
     
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