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A great phrase, beloved of [[politicians]], as it sounds like "our brave boys" aren't actually killing people or anything nasty like that. A natural progression from war fighting, with shitter [[rules of engagement]].
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A great phrase, beloved of [[politicians]], as it sounds like "[[squaddie|our brave boys]]" aren't actually killing people or anything nasty like that. A natural progression from [[war|war fighting]], with even shittier [[Rules of Engagement]] of course.
  
  
      This subtle use of the beautiful [[english]] language could also explain why the [[chav]]-beloved "social services" or " benefits" should really be re-named "state charity." Harrumph.
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This subtle use of the beautiful [[English]] language could also explain why the [[chav]]-beloved "social services" or " benefits" should really be re-named "state charity." Harrumph.
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Latest revision as of 23:55, 30 March 2008

A great phrase, beloved of politicians, as it sounds like "our brave boys" aren't actually killing people or anything nasty like that. A natural progression from war fighting, with even shittier Rules of Engagement of course.


This subtle use of the beautiful English language could also explain why the chav-beloved "social services" or " benefits" should really be re-named "state charity." Harrumph.

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