ARRSE Lapel Pin

#1
Thought it might be nice to recognise a fellow ARSSER when you trip over one outside a pub so have come up with the idea of a lapel pin, forgive if this is not a new idea. Anyway, how about this, something we would all recognise but a civvy wouldn't.
 
#2
In fairness, Driver B, you need to be 'of a certain age' to recognise that .............
 
#3
Or maybe a secret handshake ............?
 
#6
Bambi said:
In fairness, Driver B, you need to be 'of a certain age' to recognise that .............
Bloody 'ell. First Ken Livingstone takes the mick by sending me a free bus pass, now you!
 
#7
jack-daniels said:
We could all just walk round with arseless chaps on!
I think that one was 'covered' yesterday in the 'Sexual Fantasy' posting. I voted for it anyway.
 
#8
DRIVER_B_III_RASC said:
Thought it might be nice to recognise a fellow ARSSER when you trip over one outside a pub so have come up with the idea of a lapel pin, forgive if this is not a new idea. Anyway, how about this, something we would all recognise but a civvy wouldn't.
Lord, even I recognise that...granted, those I have belong to my father.

Wouldn't one look somewhat big worn on the lapel? :wink:
 
#10
No WAH, what is it?
 
#11
I think a lapel pin like that might disclude all the scruffy bastwards and officers and make ARRSE a safe haven for woodentops. So I would go for the secret handshake... if I didn't know what ARRSErs spent half their time doing with their right hand. So now I'm going to have to go for the upside down victory sign crossed by a forefinger to make an 'A' followed by a quick attempt to nick your fellow arrsers wallet.
 
#12
devilish said:
No WAH, what is it?
Seriously? Blimey, its a brass and button plate, when you had to polish things you slid the said item behind the button or whatever and brassoed it and the plate made sure that no crap got on your jacket or whatever.
 
#13
I'm with devilish - what the hell is it.
 
#14
jack-daniels said:
devilish said:
No WAH, what is it?
Seriously? Blimey, its a brass and button plate, when you had to polish things you slid the said item behind the button or whatever and brassoed it and the plate made sure that no crap got on your jacket or whatever.
Thanks for that, I'm young enough to be part of the 'stay-bright' capbadge and buttons generation, so it most definately missed me. :D
 
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#15
DRIVER_B_III_RASC said:
Thought it might be nice to recognise a fellow ARSSER when you trip over one outside a pub so have come up with the idea of a lapel pin, forgive if this is not a new idea. Anyway, how about this, something we would all recognise but a civvy wouldn't.
This some sort of gay thing? What is it?
 
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#16
Moth's Memorable Order of Tin Hats back in SA have a nice one - little brass polished WW2 British helmet in your lapel - get one by having seen active service.
 
#19
it was called a button stick,it used to have pride of place on my bed layout and was as shinny as the brasses on my blackened 37 pat webbing,,,
great days spending hours cleaning your kit,,,stopped you getting board.
well in those days there was only one tv in the camp. and that was in the naafi tv room. perm on bbc 1.
 

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