Chutney ferret man fat munching etiquet

Correct man munching drills should involve:

  • Spitting?

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Swallowing?

    Votes: 3 21.4%
  • Facial splashing?

    Votes: 6 42.9%
  • None of the above....please elucidate

    Votes: 5 35.7%

  • Total voters
    14
#1
With chutneys literally ruling the roost and homosexuality set soon to be compulsory within the armed forces, I think we need to clarify some points of uphill gardening etiquet. I mean "the professionals" don't want to look like a load of amateurs at mess glory hole nights.

So what is the correct tune for the pink oboe?
 
#2
I believe bukakke is only permitted when hosting an exchange party from the JSDF. Spitting or swallowing is a matter of individual Regimental tradition, while gargling is confined to the RAF and other such trash.
 
#3
With chutneys literally ruling the roost and homosexuality set soon to be compulsory within the armed forces, I think we need to clarify some points of uphill gardening etiquet. I mean "the professionals" don't want to look like a load of amateurs at mess glory hole nights.

So what is the correct tune for the pink oboe?
I used to joke "I'm glad I got out before they make homosexuality compulsory." in 1990 but I concur with cernunnos it's not far off...lol
 
#4
Bukkaka is I believe still reserved for ladies dinner nights. With the added expense of buying mess gimp dress, how else can we now afford to splash out on our womenfolk.

Can I wear George boots with a gimp suit?
 
#18
Bukkaka is I believe still reserved for ladies dinner nights. With the added expense of buying mess gimp dress, how else can we now afford to splash out on our womenfolk.

Can I wear George boots with a gimp suit?
splash out on womenfolk? why would a male wish to do that in the New Model Army? I think there are foots amove to 'rebadge' such occasions as ladyboys' dinner nights or dyke nights. Mr Vice will no longer be the most junior rank but the one with the most, how shall we say, experience. When Mr Vice says "The Queen", the diners will raise their glasses to each other instead of the actual Queen.

A break with tradition, I know, but one must keep up with the times lest the youth of today feel alienated from Army culture.

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As Chodmeister notes, many a jest said in truth.
 

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