- 15-05-2012, 09:26 #51
- 15-05-2012, 10:05 #52
This sub-group make up stories about their time in uniform to impress their new civilian colleagues and/or employers. They don't recognise that they are walts at all and usually end up back on ARRSE bigging it up in the belief that no-one will recognise them. Consider this recent extract from a rather uncautious new member: "On another note - when constructing your own CV for job hunting, I have found that you can just about make up any kind of bullshit for your military career. You can insert any kind of information during your military service that relates to the job you are going for and potential employers have no way of verifying your claims. If references are asked for then you state that person has been posted, cant trace him etc.." ....... Really now? Is that so? Link
- 15-05-2012, 11:53 #53
- Join Date
- Apr 2012
- 15-05-2012, 11:59 #54
Hundreds- well 113.
I like the top one's name - Walter Mitty
Last edited by Pantsoff; 15-05-2012 at 11:59. Reason: one too many t in MittyWell Tally Bally Ho!
"When you refer to Bailey crap I take it you mean that glorious, precision-made, British-built bridge which is the envy of the civilized world?"
Cry God for Lizzie, England and St. George!
- 15-05-2012, 18:58 #55
- 15-05-2012, 19:40 #56
Don't you have to be on a government petition site for it to be viable as a debate. I signed one a while back to do with forces benefits and had to go through a registration process to be able to sign it. How would they prove who is legally allowed to sign a petition that goes to debate.
- 15-05-2012, 19:40 #57
- 15-05-2012, 19:54 #58
- 15-05-2012, 20:01 #59
- Join Date
- Nov 2007
- Westpoint likes this.
It's down to 255 now.
That nice Peter Hitchens from the Sunday Mail appears to have signed it. He's a good egg isn't he?
- 15-05-2012, 20:02 #60
So has jimpattersonnonceskids, Walt Hunters touch kids and If you delete all the pisstakes there's only going to be the names of six virgins left.
Some people have some very strange names.