what's the current situation regarding stokers?

Hey Guy's. To any current stokers or recently ex-stokers. I've applied to be one, and just want to know the highs and lows before i get there, just so i know what I'm really in store for. I am looking forward to it and can't wait!

Is it really shift work, is it true u don't see daylight. LOL?

Any reply regarding this will be much appreciated. Thanks.
 
Well the PO stoker is still as irritating as usual, he has some truely vile habits that cannot be recounted in open fora.

However his goodish points include an ability to fix computers, cars, boilers, plumbing generally, laminate floors, electricity, and outdoor xmas lights.

His bad points that can be printed here include a complete lack of enthusiasm when it comes to personal hygiene and all male grooming related activities unless prodded with a very sharp stick, ladies footwear of all kinds, pretty undies, cats, anything pink and spangly, flowers for no reason, chocolate and sympathy when one is ill.

You clearly have a long way to go until you reach his dizzying heights of stokerness. Does that help?
 
rosinacarley said:
Well the PO stoker is still as irritating as usual, he has some truely vile habits that cannot be recounted in open fora.

However his goodish points include an ability to fix computers, cars, boilers, plumbing generally, laminate floors, electricity, and outdoor xmas lights.

His bad points that can be printed here include a complete lack of enthusiasm when it comes to personal hygiene and all male grooming related activities unless prodded with a very sharp stick, ladies footwear of all kinds, pretty undies, cats, anything pink and spangly, flowers for no reason, chocolate and sympathy when one is ill.

You clearly have a long way to go until you reach his dizzying heights of stokerness. Does that help?

Those are faults? :?
 
Look Always, you are hardly qualified to be in this discussion being not a girl or married to a stoker!

But if it helps I will explain - what is the point of paying £oodles for a new lacy bra and thong ensemble only to be told 'are they new dear? mmm not sure about the muffin top'
 
Lawro87 said:
Hey Guy's. To any current stokers or recently ex-stokers. I've applied to be one, and just want to know the highs and lows before i get there, just so i know what I'm really in store for. I am looking forward to it and can't wait!

Is it really shift work, is it true u don't see daylight. LOL?

Any reply regarding this will be much appreciated. Thanks.

If you really dislike the sun you could volunteer to be a sundodger chasing targets! :) The Submarine Service always welcome willing volunteers, and if you have the personal hygiene habits of the PO Stoker and dislike bull, it'll be just up your street, so I'm told. Of course as a lifelong civvy I don't really know anything about sailors' strange habits... :lol:

If you're below just remember when the day's over there always the opportunity (in nice weather) to sun yourself on deck whilst writing letters to your partner describing how you are currently bravely fighting polar bears and Russian Spetznaz... Study a book of Tugg's cartoons - that'll give you a taste of what life could be like... :wink: :lol:
 
rosinacarley said:
Look Always, you are hardly qualified to be in this discussion being not a girl or married to a stoker!

But if it helps I will explain - what is the point of paying £oodles for a new lacy bra and thong ensemble only to be told 'are they new dear? mmm not sure about the muffin top'

I can asure you I would be far more appreciative if you showed them to me, properly filled that is.

In fact I am sure that most here would say the same.

Peter
 
Thank you Peter and before one of you smart arse matelot types makes any rude comments, I do not have a muffin top - that is the whole point!
 
Wots a muffin top? :?

I still can't see what's wrong with the PO Stoker. He sounds perfectly rational to me. A lacy number leaves little or nothing to the imagination, whereas overalls and shiny black boots... emmmmmmmmmmmm! I mean you can speculate what is being worn underneath them and what the wearer might look like underneath...

Also I think blokes look a bit odd in flimsy, lacy things! Nothing personal mind, Rosie...

However nothing beats a good beard... :D
 
Get with the programme Always!

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