Alright - own up then who was it, or was there?

Good to see the news of the world have done their homework

A regiment insider told us: "The Royal Engineers have been in the thick of every major combat zone for nearly 1,000 years and have a proud tradition.
Just as well they have that valuable insider to tell them that :lol:
This is obviously faked - not an 'army arse' in sight on the girls!
:D :D :D
How is this BAD news?
Where were the issue Bergan Asses and beer barrel stomachs???

Is this the new Army Demonstration team????/ :lol: :lol: :lol:
Its a recruitment drive!
I think its a fake I have never seen a female soldier under size 16.
Definitely none of the Grey Mafia they all have wide vehicle signs on them, still will pass an evening on tour
I cant stand the hyprocracy of it all, the MOD keep us short of kit, keep us permantly on tours and generally do their best to drive us to drink. Then when a couple of chicks try to raise the moral of the troops its a bloody scandle.

Personally, i'm all for making this type of behavour compulsory.

The News of the World never fails to amuse me with its complete two faced nature( couldn't spell hypocrasy after sunday dinner). Centre pages with "squalid and depraved" headlines, obviously to incence the fire of the better classes that read it, yet on page 17 "Chelles secret lesbian passion". So what if some blokes ogled a couple of girlies getting it on, they didn't look as if they were being forced into it. Since when is it illegal to watch a live floor show. You pay good money for it someplaces, In fact the NOTW advertise some of them, next to the porn mag and phone sex adverts.
I reckon the sad F*****r that sent this in wasn't invited to the party and got a bit stroppy.
Anyway does anyone know if Jane and Angie do Christmas bookings or personal visits.
And what hypocrisy on the part of the unnamed "source from the Redcaps' investigation team" and the unnamed "regiment insider". If they exist outside the journo's sleazy imagination.
A regiment insider told us: "The Royal Engineers have been in the thick of every major combat zone for nearly 1,000 years and have a proud tradition.

"Everyone in the regiment is mortified that the actions of a few drunken idiots risks our fantastic reputation.
The journo who wrote this tosh has obviously NEVER met a Wedgehead. :D
canteen_cowboy said:
what worries me more is the guy in the blue sweatop, what did he spill? and is that really cider they are drinking?...disgraceful :wink:
lol lol That's what I was thinking, with all that heat out there, couldn't just go outside and sort it out?!! yerrr right and lose his ring side seat lol

BTW my mate's view was that it must of not been a good show, cos none of the blokes there have a hard-on, not even the bloke their both on top of ...... lol lol:roll: :roll: :roll:
that cant be an engineers party ....... no one has p*ssed in her pocket , or
sh*t in her handbag and no ones on fire , what the f*ck is the corps coming to!! :)
Top brass launched their urgent probe into the squalid show —which took place in Shaiba, near Basra airport—after the whistle was blown by an outraged soldier from another regiment.
Outraged he wasn't there to watch, I should think.
Why not get B.B.C. to invite them to the Arrse Crimble Happening!
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