Army officer with a speech impairment?

Discussion in 'Join the Army - Regular Officer Recruiting' started by King of the toilet, Jan 3, 2012.

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  2. ****, bugger, bugger, ****.
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  3. Ccccccccccccan yyyyyyyyyou be mmmmmore spspspspecific about your impppppppppedimmmmment pppppppplease?
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  4. Your all a bunch of dicks , lol . It seriously isny that bad but
  5. I can't pronounce the letter r , that's pretty much it.
  6. Interesting point, that: if you were really that blessed to suffer from Tourettes AND a hare-lip, would 248's comment sound something like 'Fup, buddah, buddah, fup'?

    Trouble is, the chaps in the Mess would then call you '2-Stroke'. Or something equally cutting.
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  7. It isn't that bad of a speech impairment though, it's not like one here you don't understand **** all the person is saying . And I can survive a bit of slagging
  8. What did the ACIO bloke say?
  9. You will be fine provided you don't describe your soldiers as "rankers"
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  10. Welease wodewick
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  11. I developed a similar problem, I found I was unable to pronounce Th or F. I consulted my doctor and he said "You can't say fairer than that then".
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  12. And naw jarrod you dick, I don't pronounce 'w' when I attempt 'r' Get it up ye
  13. And you said "en uck o!"
  14. Are you Jonathon Woss?
  15. I think it'd be the other way around x
    Wove you.
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