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Formed up from the Life Guards and Blues and Royals, the regiment has one [[squadron]] attached to 16 Air Assult [[Brigade]]
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Formed up from the Life Guards and Blues and Royals, the regiment has one [[squadron]](The mighty D) attached to 16 Air Assult [[Brigade]]
  
  
If you are [[gay]], harbour any thoughts of being gay, then this is the place for you.  To be an [[Officer|occifer]], you MUST be thick, rich, stupid, have an [[IQ]] and shoe size that are similar, and dribble continuously.
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If you are [[gay]], harbour any thoughts of being gay, then the Life Guards is the regiment for you.  To be an [[Officer|occifer]], you MUST be thick, rich, stupid, have an [[IQ]] and shoe size that are similar, and dribble continuously.
If your idea of fun is standing outside [[Buck Hut|big empty houses]], dressed in a fancy bus conductors outfit, with a large [[bearskin|furry thing]] on your bonce, then you are going places with this lot.
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[[Promotion]] is directly linked to the number of times your name is taken, and the number of [[extra]]s you get. Promotion is quick because of the turnover of [[soldier]]s.
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However, if you are of peak physical condition and have a willingness to fight to the bitter end then the blues and royals would suit you well.
  
 
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Formed up from the Life Guards and Blues and Royals, the regiment has one squadron(The mighty D) attached to 16 Air Assult Brigade


If you are gay, harbour any thoughts of being gay, then the Life Guards is the regiment for you. To be an occifer, you MUST be thick, rich, stupid, have an IQ and shoe size that are similar, and dribble continuously.

However, if you are of peak physical condition and have a willingness to fight to the bitter end then the blues and royals would suit you well.

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