Army Slang

#4
dozzyoaks said:
heard some great army slang

W*nk Chariot - Bed

Scran Spanners - Knife and Fork

Anymore Any1???
are you actually in the army?
 

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#9
thought not, why would anyone who is in the army find something as run of the mill as w*nk chariot 'great'?

Heres one for you dozzynuts, if you found that funny youll die (hopefully) with this:

cheese possessed - Processed Cheese! (great stuff, used to get it in the rat packs that were out of date before they were even packaged)
 
#10
Filbert Fox said:
cheese possessed - Processed Cheese! (great stuff, used to get it in the rat packs that were out of date before they were even packaged)
mmmm, nice on an oatmeal block with a hint of strawberry jam

edited to add - don't remember a slang name for it though
 
#11
i suggest you look at this link if you like that sort of thing.

And try to look around the site a bit more before posting new threads. Or at least try to keep the bone thread count down by posting under one generic title. i.e. "ADSC soon, advice required."
 
#13
This is "The Serious Bit" :?

Oh well, beats annakey and the "Liberal Party", I suppose.
 
#15
Scran is RM slang - the army uses scoff as slang for food
 
#17
the words give him a strange stirring in his pants, he wants to get as many together as he can and then 'bang one out' whilst reading them.

Cant beat 'lobbing one over your thumb' when youre lying on your pit in your 'basher'.
 
#18
Oldies but goodies

NAAFI=Never 'ave anyfing in or No ambition and fock all interest
Gobbling rods=KFS
Bondook=Rifle (not sure where thats from but looks pre india days)
Daps=Old style plymsoles
NIG=New in green
Flasher mac=old style rainpoof :D overcoat
Titfer (tit for tat)= any headress
 

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