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AAC TIE

#8
Mighty_doh_nut said:
So rather than wear one from Marks n sparks or a gentlemans outfitters you'd wear a tie from a Corps you aren't part of?

Flattering, but bizarre
Well I was part of it for three years, but never re-badged. It´s only a simple question. I enjoyed my time in 3 Regt and have fond memories of Soest and BATUS.
 
#10
Jorrocks said:
Mighty_doh_nut said:
So rather than wear one from Marks n sparks or a gentlemans outfitters you'd wear a tie from a Corps you aren't part of?

Flattering, but bizarre
Well I was part of it for three years, but never re-badged. It´s only a simple question. I enjoyed my time in 3 Regt and have fond memories of Soest and BATUS.

To be honest, if you were attached (a floppy jock I believe you were?) then I think it could be ok and you could hardly be called a 'walt' for wearing one if challenged. The trouble might come from trying to explaining what a gay aircraft you flew. :wink:
 
#12
Thanks for the advice chaps. I´m suprised you didn´t tell me to strip off, wear a bin bag, stick an orange in my mouth and hang myself with my own regtl tie. Obviously a quiet night in your imagination.
 
#14
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Well I was part of it for three years, but never re-badged. It´s only a simple question. I enjoyed my time in 3 Regt and have fond memories of Soest and BATUS.[/quote]

Was that because you were crap and the Corps did not want you and RTU'd you :eye:

Just a thought thats all!
 

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