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Military wives and girlfriends sing out for TV show
Aye mate I know matelots marry some munters but the average Percy will wed any fcuking bint with a pulse and a couple of hairy holes even if they have to lift the cavernous blue veined, fetid belly that covers them , one to avoid methinks.
I'm rather disappointed Mr Malone never thought to take the Wives & Children to Afghanistan to surprise their partners with an impromptu sing-song.
Never mind, I'll forward the idea to a TV production company...what could possibly go wrong?
The pic of the bunch is either the one on the far left, the one carrying the baby or the one in the wheel chair.
The one on the far right looks like she may have some issues with reading and writing.
Oh and the bloke looks like an utter hoop. I'd love to wrap a samson bar round his bow tie wearing **** of a head.
Is that the next camp Dr Who auditioning for his next assistant.
Still at least it will make Finknottle cry, he loves shite like this.
Fcuk me the munter on the right looks like she's attached to a siamese twin
What he said!
BBC2 - The Choir - Military Wives - 9 pm - Monday - 7th November 2011
The programme visits the Royal Marines base at Chivenor.
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Am watching this now and really enjoying it. Nice to see it from their partners side
There is not a lot of thing that make me well, but just watched the army WAGS choir it was if someone had lit a cs pellet in my front room.
Well worth watching and I'm not a hermmer.
I think it would be more likely to make me unwell, but I'll never know.
I know it would make me unwell i dont rate them as singer performers at all ,but they do it for charity (dont they ??0
Were they mainly Army wives? The MOD website stated Chivenor which is predominently Commando Logs, or so I thought.
A mixture of army wives and RM wives.
One wife stated that they tend to be separated by regiments etc
If it gets them all together and breaks down barriers and helps to ease the separation then why not.
I look forward to the next episode.
Same here, Mrs YamYamDabber said that there was a bit of smoke in the room. Good program I must say.
There was also the wife of an RN Medic. Excellent programme with the ever congenial Gareth.
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