Army Rumour Service

Register a free account today to become a member! Once signed in, you'll be able to participate on this site by adding your own topics and posts, as well as connect with other members through your own private inbox!

All Internet links/videos/pictures in here ONLY

Dredd

LE
And in case you thought the Law of Unintended Consequences was a recent thing . . .

Oh no.jpg
 

Ciggie

GCM
Is this along the lines of the stuff you are talking about, Lardbeast?


Sounds appetising:

"Your taste buds cry out in objection or fear (or both) as the taste spreads father around your mouth. Suddenly you just want it to end, for the flavor to go away. But even when you spit out the Dutch drop the flavor still remains. It won’t go away. Will it ever go away? Why is this happening? Why? Oh god why?"

You have yet to experience Slovak 'bacon'....slanina is the word to watch for. It doesn't fuck your bowels up or make your innards do somersaults...it's just the taste. Rotting man corpse with a hint of gangrene is the taste it brings you and it just won't go away. Be warned. Czechs do it as well, but Polish bacon is moderately tolerable.
 
It's a back door attack on one (or two) of the Religions currently practicing in the UK. Not that I'm against having a very close look at some of the 'specialist' abattoirs catering to those specific requirements.
Are those the abattoirs the RSPCA won’t go near as it’s a “sensitive matter”?
 

aardvark64

War Hero
 

Ciggie

GCM
Man up Bob ffs. Can't have a bunch of Swedes laughing at you.

Had my first intro to them whilst on a 'visit' to the Marineschule just outside Flensburg. Love 'em. I'll grant you, they are a bit of an acquired taste.



Always been a fan of liquorice. I also used to chomp on these as a kid. It was always referred to as 'Spanish' at home.

View attachment 507077
The more refined of us eschewed ( see what I did there ;) ) liquorice-derived sweeties and moved straight on to aniseed twists, and from thence to Pernod and Ricard and, thank heaven my liver is still in one bit, absinthe ;)
 

endure

GCM
Man up Bob ffs. Can't have a bunch of Swedes laughing at you.

Had my first intro to them whilst on a 'visit' to the Marineschule just outside Flensburg. Love 'em. I'll grant you, they are a bit of an acquired taste.



Always been a fan of liquorice. I also used to chomp on these as a kid. It was always referred to as 'Spanish' at home.

View attachment 507077

There was a little shop just round the corner from my Grans and the first thing I did when she gave me any pocket money was to go and buy some liquorice sticks.
 
Nearly everyone I know with one of them there new fangled electrickery type vehicles is carrying a small generator in the boot with a can of fuel.
 

Smeggers

ADC
Moderator
Kit Reviewer
Book Reviewer
120405564_10158925240492704_6767185379221733352_n.jpg
 
Top