A mate of mine...

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by big-timer, Oct 19, 2007.

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  1. I've noticed an increasing trend in this august Forum for people to start a story with the words 'A mate of mine...' or some variation.

    Man up you lightweight mincers. We all know that any post beginning with this split-arse get-out clause is either bollocks, or it actually happened to you and you're a tiny bit ashamed. It's all a sign of an increasingly weak-chinned approach to life.

    Personally, I'm proud of the times I've got so drunk that I woke up in a bare hotel room in an unknown city with a phone number, the name 'Steve' and some kisses written on my naked chest in lipstick.

    Get over yourselves...

  2. So your saying I don't have to pretend that it was my mate who got thrown out of his partner's house after having been caught in the kitchen with his finger up the cat's arrse?

    That's a relief...
  3. Is Steve a regular then?
  4. Is Steve a regular then?
  5. A mate of mine is called Steve!?
  6. Is that 'Steve' who wrote Bravo Two Zero?

    Edited to ask: Was your lap top still there when you woke up?
  7. It seam like he can write numbers
  8. or is it this "steve"

    perhaps we are all steve in a very real sense

    sorry it must be something I ate
  9. Maybe it should be ‘my mate Steve’ enjoys writing on men’s chest in bare hotels rooms…can anyone help?
  10. B_AND_T

    B_AND_T LE Book Reviewer

    Big-Timer has a point though. A mate of mine does it all the time, but he isn't called Steve.
  11. Dunno about Steve.. I'll ask me mate Dave.
  12. Looks like he got Steve’s point
  13. Weh hey – new thread.

    A mate of mine….
  14. Alright alright! Christ...

    Note to self: 'Never post a rant on a Friday.'

  15. Big thanks to B-T who has just made my Friday afternoon.