Travelled the world?

#1
How many of you have travelled the world in a submarine?
What countries have you visited?
Got any stories of what you get up to whilst on jollies?
 

scouse_B

Lantern Swinger
#6
hohohoey said:
How many of you have travelled the world in a submarine?
What countries have you visited?
Got any stories of what you get up to whilst on jollies?
Travelled the world? Yes under water, jollies what is this word you speak of? :wav:
 
#10
How many of you have travelled the world in a submarine?

That's the purpose of boats!

What countries have you visited?

Can't say or I'll have to kill you.

Got any stories of what you get up to whilst on jollies?

Yes. But definately not for release into the public domain.

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
 
#12
The map is a lie.

The world consists of Faslane and Plymouth.

Entertainment includes scrabble and sheep.

From a reliable source :)
 
#13
I have it on good authority that bombers just sail out of Faslane a couple of miles then bed down on the bottom of the sea for three months pretending to be on patrol somewhere out in the World.

Lazy submariner bastards, can't even be bothered to was half the time.
 

witsend

MIA
Book Reviewer
#14
R077 said:
The map is a lie.

The world consists of Faslane and Plymouth.

Entertainment includes scrabble and sheep.

From a reliable source :)
Sorry to read about your fail, chin up. I'll rip the piss later :wink: . It's uckers farmboy and I've never shagged a Welshman.
 
#15
2_deck_dash said:
I have it on good authority that bombers just sail out of Faslane a couple of miles then bed down on the bottom of the sea for three months pretending to be on patrol somewhere out in the World.

That is Top Secret Cosmic Ultra Talent Kehole (Nuclear) and you must forget it immediately............... look into my eyes, not around my eyes :lol: :lol:
 
#16
2_deck_dash said:
I have it on good authority that bombers just sail out of Faslane a couple of miles then bed down on the bottom of the sea for three months pretending to be on patrol somewhere out in the World.

Lazy submariner bastards, can't even be bothered to was half the time.
So how come the Froggy bomber managed to collide with one out in the Atlantic.(or was it the other way round)
 
#18
Gander 1, Halifax 1, Groton 3, NY 2, Washington (Crystal City Virginia) 1, Charleston 2, Port Canavaral (Cocoa Beach) 1, Bermuda 1 Andros 1, Stavangar 1, Liverpool 2 Warrington 1, Gib loads and La Spezia 1. All overnight or longer, all on subsistance :D
 
#20
fishhead said:
2_deck_dash said:
I have it on good authority that bombers just sail out of Faslane a couple of miles then bed down on the bottom of the sea for three months pretending to be on patrol somewhere out in the World.

Lazy submariner bastards, can't even be bothered to was half the time.
So how come the Froggy bomber managed to collide with one out in the Atlantic.(or was it the other way round)
Because it was on it's way to the States at the time as their (and our) Government don't trust us to carry out our own maintenance on the nukes.

I imagine the froggy incident to have gone something like this:

Captain of Vanguard: ''I say Navs I'm awfully bored, I wish this WWIII would kick off soon so we can fry a few cities.''

Navs: ''How about a cup of tea will that cheer you up Sir?''

Captain: ''Now there's an idea, Steward! fetch me and Navs some tea, biscuits with fillings only this time.''

Steward: ''Aye aye Sir.''

BANG!

Everyone: What the fuck was that?

Captain: ''Surface immediately, hands to emergency stations.''

The boat surfaces to find a French boat on the surface, with it's skipper standing on the top scratching his head.

French Skipper in outrageously camp French accent: ''Bloody Engleesh, why you don't look where you are going?? You can see I trying to make left turn here. You not even bloody indicating.''

Vanguard Skipper: ''I say old chap, looks like a simple fender bender, no need to call the Police hey? Here's a copy of my insurance details if you could be so kind as to give me yours.''

French Skipper: ''I suppose so.''

They both go their separate ways. The Daily Mail finds out and prints the headline: 'Navy nuclear death trap in deliberate high speed ramming incident with old enemy the French.'
 
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