Women at sea

#1
Hmmmmmm WRNs at sea??

Not such a recent occurence then:

http://www.hms.org.uk/nelsonsnavywomen.htm

But thank god our job has changed somewhat:
"There is, however, a clear distinction to be made between those who visited the ship to further their trade, the oldest profession in the world, who left when the ship sailed and those who were there when the ship sailed, often with the collusion of the ship's officers. Of those living aboard the ship, they appeared to represent the social classes in that there were the women who served the needs of men and others who served the officers.
 
#2
brazenhussy said:
Hmmmmmm WRNs at sea??

Not such a recent occurence then:

http://www.hms.org.uk/nelsonsnavywomen.htm

But thank god our job has changed somewhat:
"There is, however, a clear distinction to be made between those who visited the ship to further their trade, the oldest profession in the world, who left when the ship sailed and those who were there when the ship sailed, often with the collusion of the ship's officers. Of those living aboard the ship, they appeared to represent the social classes in that there were the women who served the needs of men and others who served the officers.


I have a bad feeling now about posting this....................
 
#3
Q. How many men should it take to clean the heads?

A. None. It's a WRNS' Job. :pirat:


(I know WRNS no longer exist, they're just matelots with lumpy jumpers)
 
#4
Ahhh, I think that feeling is welling up in most of our mouths BrazenHussy? Cheers!! Think you singularly put back women's rights back 100 years??
 
#5
aussiepint said:
Ahhh, I think that feeling is welling up in most of our mouths BrazenHussy? Cheers!! Think you singularly put back women's rights back 100 years??
Should never have been given the vote. :biggrin:
 
#8
aussiepint said:
Ahhh, I think that feeling is welling up in most of our mouths BrazenHussy? Cheers!! Think you singularly put back women's rights back 100 years??
Oh get over it - its only a joke - god!!!
If I can take the piss out of women at sea (and I've been there- surely u can!!??)
And just to prove i can joke about myself here is proof (me on fearless '96!!)
 
#9
brazenhussy said:
brazenhussy said:
Hmmmmmm WRNs at sea??

Not such a recent occurence then:

http://www.hms.org.uk/nelsonsnavywomen.htm

But thank god our job has changed somewhat:
"There is, however, a clear distinction to be made between those who visited the ship to further their trade, the oldest profession in the world, who left when the ship sailed and those who were there when the ship sailed, often with the collusion of the ship's officers. Of those living aboard the ship, they appeared to represent the social classes in that there were the women who served the needs of men and others who served the officers.


I have a bad feeling now about posting this....................http://img57.echo.cx/img57/3364/sc0421pv.gif[/im
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Oh I get it?? No, sorry I don't?? One of my best friends is a ex-WREN 22 years service! Prostitutes? Come on Brazen??
 
#10
Not getting into an argument- all i meant was times``have changed - yet you seem to want to turn it around!!!

I bloody give up--- I meant no offence- and its not like i only did a dog watch!
 
#11
ladies.............. breath please..............
i for one found it interesting... just goes to show that even way back then things were not as they were thought to be......
 
#14
Jarhead said:
thanks for the crotch shot BH... when are you going to show the one with your socks AND your shorts off?

Was a good phot "Jarhead", well impressed , better without the shorts and socks i agree , :thumright: :thumright:
 
#15
We've had women at sea for ages n ages on boats. Only we called 'em stewards. If it wasn't for the crumb brushes one of the lads would have to look after the Nigels. So they had a use after all!
 

chinamatelot

Lantern Swinger
#16
Wish I had a lumpy jumper to sleep on instead of my old sleeping bag. Lumpy jumpers went to sea after my time. Mind you though, some of the Lumpy's were more rough looking shoreside than my sleeping bag!

I thought the whole idea for matelots (male of) to go to sea was to get away from Wrns and meet some real women.............??

Helmet, flak jacket, crotch box, all donned. Incoming....
 
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