Celebrities - bone em, bury em - all threads here please

#1
After 'accidentally' watching the above programme I have become traumatised. Have I been mispronouncing the world 'cache' in every breifing I've ever done :oops: ?

Kash or Kaysh :?:
 
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#2
arkanstigger said:
After 'accidentally' watching the above programme I have become traumatised. Have I been mispronouncing the world 'cache' in every breifing I've ever done :oops: ?
Kash or Kaysh :?:
Kash 8) ..Looks like he's turned into a posh southerner on top of it all -must be all that Caysh he has nowadays :wink:
 
#5
Top bonus though, he did make the yanks (and the fat marine) look like complete cnuts :D

What do you reckon he got for that, 50, 60, 70K? Fcuk me, I'd have just stayed put and slept in the swamp for 3 days for that :D

Just to reiterate, he did make the yanks look like big girly whinging amateur cnuts :D :D
 
#7
........and we're not talking Birmingham Alabama here. We're talking about Shitsville, West Midlands, population .......lots of people and a very dull TA Lance Jack ewho thinks he's a cross between Rommel and Mother Theresa.


BIRMINGHAM.............what a God awful place to come from.
 
#8
Chris Ryan is currently hiding in the bush in my back garden. Any suggestions on how to get him out of there? I've tried bleach and a bucket of scolding hot water, but he won't budge. Keeps whispering 'their looking for me'.
 
#9
Tell him that there are no film crews or cameramen withing 100 miles, he will lose interest and clear off :D (Just tell him I said that when I'm on holiday and out of fighting distance)

To be fair, I have to agree with ORG although it was staged, he did make the Seal puff and the fat marine look like a team of boy scouts.

Credit to him for his exploits on Granby, one hell of an E & E even if the story is exaggerated.
 
#11
After feeding him a septic Marine.

If his postition isn't given away by faggoty songs about 'Not knowing but being told' etc etc

Now be silent you big arsed, wideload assed, root beer and sasperelly drinking, troop murdering,poncey petrol :mrgreen:
 
#13
Chris is now crying. He said he's torn his smock, and said he's had enough, and now wants to go home. I'm phoning him a taxi. Do you think I should give him a cup of hot chocolate before he goes?
 
#14
Lets be fair, the thin yank team leader sussed him out when he put the false leg in by the river but went along with the group decison. He was perhaps less of a cnut than the rest of the team were at that point.


Having said that one fat copper with a GSD and it would have been good night Chris!!

Trotsky
 
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happysapper said:
Hmmm - Chris Ryan: The one that ran away?
Happysapper...as you have posted the above I need to clear up a mistaken belief that you and I are one and the same person as stated on the arrse.com site. I personally would never disrespect the man.
http://www.arrse.com
 
#17
happysapper said:
Hmmm - Chris Ryan: The one that ran away?
i take it you either know him from when you did SAS selection with him, were in the Regt after that or on that B20 patrol. Or maybe youre a sad wanna-be or never will-be. :roll: youre not int corps are you?

Slag him off if you feel you need to but a badged bloke who has since become an established fiction writer and now has a TV show, got to be something about him.
 
#19
My comment stemmed from a discussion a few of us had last week about his program. A mate said that the only 2 guys he could remember from the patrol were: the one that got away and the one that ran away. i just thought it was quite funny.

I never intended it to be a slur on the man - and i have nothing but the utmost respect for people that put themselves through what they do.

I consider myself thoroughly rebuked :(
 
#20
You can make amends by ringing the bell and paying the barmen for all our drink all night :D

In return I will see you are removed from arrse.com and your name is replaced by another alias
 

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