Basic feb 5th 07

#1
Hello all,
Is anyone starting basic on the 5th of feb at Pirbright...?
If so it would be cool to get to know you in advance as it
will be nice to know someone before 14 weeks of (....) hmmm add word please.
cheers matt.
 
#2
Mlaaaar?
 
#4
1. Well done on getting through the selection process and getting a place in training. Welcome to the start of a bigger world for you.

2. The army works off communication, both verbal and written.

3. You spell like a mong. Buy a dictionary and then look up punctuation.

4. The army requires you to read and write. So far you don't seem to be able to do one of them.
 
#6
Don't expect this lot to be nice to you, they enjoy taking le royal p!ss out of everyone who's just got through selection ;-p
 
#8
good luck mate i have a mate who instructs a pirbright PM me and i will give you his name so when you get to pirbright you can let him know how many sugars you want in you breakfast tea!
 
#10
wheres was urs at i thought mine was at lichfield bt i had to go pirbright they said something about because im a girl and there was only boys goin to lichfield on the date i was spose to be going.
 
#12
STAB2ARABConverter said:
Did you both manage to pass your tst with spelling like that?
Yeah I imagine they probably got stuck on the crossword....
 
#14
Trix said:
Don't expect this lot to be nice to you, they enjoy taking le royal p!ss out of everyone who's just got through selection ;-p
I think you'll find that in HM Armed Forces we enjoy taking the piss out of everything and everyone. Including ourselves.
 
#16
The Royal Grammarkommando, seeking out and destroying good sentence structure wherever they find it.
 
#19
why not just explain things in simple termsas this is the training area hence to help learn.
instead of just leaving crappy comments
 
#20
Speedy said:
1. Well done on getting through the selection process and getting a place in training. Welcome to the start of a bigger world for you.

2. The army works off communication, both verbal and written.

3. You spell like a mong. Buy a dictionary and then look up punctuation.

4. The army requires you to read and write. So far you don't seem to be able to do one of them.
It's ok Speedy, went to see Andy McNab yesterday, he couldn't read/write when he joined and look at him now :wink:
 

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