can you join with flat feet

#1
hi i am thinking of joining the army i have mild flat feet i still have a arch but not a very big one does anyone know if i can still join thanks
 
#3
The Royal Corps of Penguins are recruiting, you have to pay your own trainfare to the Falkland Islands though, and you stand a great risk of being buggered by a Royal Marine
 
#5
flatfeet said:
oit wats wrong wid dat question i wana join and i can handle all da training and stuf jus wondering if i can still join
Speak the Queens English first, then we may take the pi$$ out of your feet!

Edited to add:- Insert- Type

Delete- Speak
 
#6
I should fill your application form in with text speech too, the recruiting office loves it, it shows you will be a fantastic signaller, already using brevity and Batco. All you need to do now is learn how to deliver it, Clearly, loudly, as an order and with pauses.
 
#8
flatfeet said:
only because all you have been to the army and trained ur no help to new recruits
Obviously 12 years of Schooling and a Collins English Dictionary are no use to you either.
 
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#9
flatfeet said:
only because all you have been to the army and trained ur no help to new recruits
Your only going to get the piss taken out of you for speaking like that :roll:

No one can answer your question without seeing your feet, engage your brain and you’ll realise that no one here can answer you.

Carry on with the recruitment process, you’ll get bind on your medical if your weird inbred frog feet are too freakish for the army.
 
#10
flatfeet said:
only because all you have been to the army and trained ur no help to new recruits
As above. School is supposed to teach you to read and write correctly. If you cannot do both it is proberlbly because you are lazy and did not pay attention. There is no place for lazy people who cannot pay attention in the army.
 
#12
Speedy said:
flatfeet said:
only because all you have been to the army and trained ur no help to new recruits
As above. School is supposed to teach you to read and write correctly. If you cannot do both it is proberlbly because you are lazy and did not pay attention. There is no place for lazy people who cannot pay attention in the army.
You might want to consider this instead:

http://www.rafcareers.com/jobs/job_files/jobfile_raf_police.cfm

:D


WIND UP ALERT
 
#15
flatfeet said:
i can speak i just wont to know if you can join with flat feet does anyone know anyone who has flat feet in the army
yes i do several and they are all mongs,,,,,, now question answered, can we end this pathetic thread, you are quite frankly boring the pants off me.

If this is a Wah, it's a sh1t one.
 
#16
My Friend has flat feet........ but then again he's not in the Army.

He works in a small household appliance repair centre, is that any use?

Put on a pair of tights / stockings / pop socks and post some pictures?
 
#17
I can't see a problem with flat feet in the Army; you're obviously doing a half decent job of typing with your toes!

Try speaking to a doctor, they'll probably give you the best advice, try a qualified GP, not a back street quack, like the one that gave the test tube to your mum.

CC_TA
 
#18
A piece of advice here Flatfeet. You are 15 and this should serve you in good stead. You are now talking to adults, people with experience and values far, far beyond those of any other adults you may know. These paragons amongst men (and women) like to be spoken to, and this includes writing, in the same manner in which they speak to you. Take a deep breath, and think about what you are going to say and how you say it. We have little time for idleness. If you speak to us correctly the people here will move heaven and Earth to be as informative and helpful as is humanely possible, if not then.......well, you've already seen the first stages of 'mild irritiation'.
 
#19
Stop wearing trainers - they reputedly cause flat feet.

Cut down on the running too. My lad spends all his time on the sofa and his feet aren't flat.
 
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#20
Flatfeet, I can see how keen you are, don't listen to the pish-takers, they only do it for their own amusement.

Hobble/wobble/flap down to your local Army Careers Information Office (look in the Yellow Pages, under Army). Once inside, take your shoes and socks off, jump up on the first desk you come to, and ask the occupant for their opinion.

Since they will be able to see your feet, which we, sadly, cannot, you'll get a definitive answer.

One way or another.

If you can't make it into The Brotherhood, try RAF Careers, usually not too far away from ACIO, and ask for RAF Regiment career opportunities.

Good luck.
 

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