Discussion in 'The Corps' started by mrsandeel, May 12, 2007.
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I know the SBS is best - but I need someone to try and convince me otherwise.
stupid boy Pike.......
Maybe this will help.
"Captain - my Waltometer reading has gone of the scale"
"Its life Jim, but not as we know it....."
pmsl :lol: :lol: :lol:
SAS is listed before SBS in the phone book but suggest you wait for one of them to call you first. Don't worry, they'll find you if they need you.
Now this is not something that I make common knowledge, but I am actually part of the pre-selection team. Report to my hooch with $5000, your sister, a baseball bat and a large tub of vaseline and we'll make a start....
Hmm, hard to say but I reckon that SBS is better than SAS for my business needs... :roll:
In this context sarge I would go for SAS
Why???????????? (what a stroker!)
Cheers foxy, I just soiled myself.. :lol: :lol:
If you go to the boat-house in Hereford and give them the secret password then I am sure that someone will help you out. Alternatively there is a pub in Rockly Sands called Le Frog and Paddle. Wear a neoprene hood, carry a copy of the Seibe-Gorman Rocking Cylinder Hand-Booster Pump manual under your right arm and someone will sidle up to you and give you some advice.
PS Order a Vimto as additional proof of identification.
Dont forget to ask in a Bob De niro accent though, they will understand what you mean!!
Everyone knows the WE department is the real elite
Nah - it's the IS Platoon for me! :lol:
But only those that are RDP.
Hey, not too many acronyms - we'll confuse Mrsandeel!
Never say that to a Royal Marine Sergeant. I will through you in the brig.
Hmm, not a common British or RM phrase - wanna expand on your background?
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