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p/069 and you still use romft last i heard that was norfolk 1971 so many were d by p then couldent tell anyone to do anything without a romft
 
Grubber said:
D241. must be one of the youngest sproggs on the block!
Amazed at the amount of old crusty's who can use a computer :D

D121 :wink:

Welcome to the site Grubber , nice to get some younger members on board , pass the word , fxxk all wrong with us old crustys ,
 
dondon said:
Grubber said:
D241. must be one of the youngest sproggs on the block!
Amazed at the amount of old crusty's who can use a computer :D

D121 :wink:

Welcome to the site Grubber , nice to get some younger members on board , pass the word , fxxk all wrong with us old crustys ,
Don't take the piss shippers, 241 or 121, it all relative. For example you probably weren't even born when I joined the Pusser. How old is a crusty just out of interest, mid to late 30's? Try long after you pitched up shippers, the navy still has places for REALLY old cnuts.

Fcuking sprogs. :wink:
 

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