Discussion in 'Aviation' started by Jorrocks, Jan 23, 2009.
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Are attached personnel entitled to wear the Corps tie after they have left?
WHy would they not wear their own Regimental / Corps tie?
You can if you want but you will be taunted by proper members of the Corps.
Ask mdn. He gets taunted by a certain Regiment due to his walty tie wear.
I walked into that one eh
Because my own Regtl tie clashes with most of my suits.
You have got to be shitting me????
Its a Regimental tie, not a fucking fashion accessory!
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. ItÂ´s only a simple question. I enjoyed my time in 3 Regt and have fond memories of Soest and BATUS.
You could always sew your wings on your suit............................. flash does
He also has a Gazelle main rotor welded to the top of his Opel Manta
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.
Gnngghsddnfgnggggg....... must sit on fingers.
Talk about Mark Almond calling Erasure a bit camp.
Thanks for the advice chaps. IÂ´m suprised you didnÂ´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.
You didn't say you were going to a Sqn ball or that would be the default answer.
I wear my Corps tie with a lycra body stocking and patent leather ankle boots.
Well I was part of it for three years, but never re-badged. ItÂ´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
Just a thought thats all!
He probably thought driving a tank was more manly than driving a chicken leg
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