Matoeloe Bootneck he spelt first one wrong?
I guess the logic is that Royal Marines dress regs require Commandos & RMBS personnel wear the mudguards on their woolly pullies, therefore....Does anybody know if the blue and white commando flashes (the PCS ones) can be worn on 3’s jumpers? I saw some lads from 148 battery wearing them today, but can’t find anything in BR 3 that confirms if you can or can not
Dapper already has a 'Navy Chef' mudguard. Will he now be wearing (and encouraging!) skulls.........There seems to be an increase in the number of badges worn by our "special" people. The current SAS trend, besides everyone wearing the same Rab jackets is to wear skull patches if you've killed someone, ffs: https://www.royalmarines.uk/threads/sas-reprimand.116161/
Never heard that one before - love it! Hope it is true/based on fact, 'cos as of now it is in my dit bank and therefore is true! As you know, submariners never lie etc etc.........!It's derivation is a child's potty full of poo, not a child's skull with the top cut off. Remember, we were all once sailors and 'heads' is 'toilets'.
It's true SB. At least it's true as far as I understand it. It was told to me by an old and bold killick chef to correct my own misunderstanding.Never heard that one before - love it! Hope it is true/based on fact, 'cos as of now it is in my dit bank and therefore is true! As you know, submariners never lie etc etc.........!