Whats the most unusual (weird) present given?

slim

War Hero
Many years ago serving on Eagle in the far east, looking forward to getting home in time for Christmas, the conversation turned to presents. All was fairly normal except for one NAM(O) (who must remain nameless), turns out that he had bought what he described as the perfect girt for his granny, a Cheongsam and a flick knife.
Any other weird presents either given or received?
 

RNMA

MIA
not unusual, i'm sure it happens to everyone. but why oh why, do aunts still give you Y fronts for christmas, and if your lucky, a vest as well. WTF is that all about??????????
 
RNMA said:
not unusual, i'm sure it happens to everyone. but why oh why, do aunts still give you Y fronts for christmas, and if your lucky, a vest as well. WTF is that all about??????????

Cos they know you look just so hot in Y fronts and a string vest OK, live with it.

NUtty
 

dixie_gooner

Lantern Swinger
Whilst serving on Leeds Castle a couple of years ago the LSTD done his 6 months and extended for another 6. He got to fly home during the christmas period and bought his wifes gifts in chile. She is now the proud owner of a soup terrine. I am sure she was impressed.
 
dixie_gooner said:
Whilst serving on Leeds Castle a couple of years ago the LSTD done his 6 months and extended for another 6. He got to fly home during the christmas period and bought his wifes gifts in chile. She is now the proud owner of a soup terrine. I am sure she was impressed.

...interesting ... could you get the recipe for that ? :)
 

josiecats

War Hero
golden_rivet said:
dixie_gooner said:
Whilst serving on Leeds Castle a couple of years ago the LSTD done his 6 months and extended for another 6. He got to fly home during the christmas period and bought his wifes gifts in chile. She is now the proud owner of a soup terrine. I am sure she was impressed.

...interesting ... could you get the recipe for that ? :)

Awwwww bless lovie its not a meal..... its the dish you put the meal in
 
josiecats said:
golden_rivet said:
dixie_gooner said:
Whilst serving on Leeds Castle a couple of years ago the LSTD done his 6 months and extended for another 6. He got to fly home during the christmas period and bought his wifes gifts in chile. She is now the proud owner of a soup terrine. I am sure she was impressed.

...interesting ... could you get the recipe for that ? :)

Awwwww bless lovie its not a meal..... its the dish you put the meal in

sorry Josie but he definitely wrote terrine ... which definitely is food ...
 
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