Commando - ITV

#1
So, are Army recruits given instruction on how to take a shower, including a demo of how to wash under the foreskin!!!???
 
#3
not when i was in. all that shit is on the telly.
 
#4
MightyGem said:
So, are Army recruits given instruction on how to take a shower, including a demo of how to wash under the foreskin!!!???
No, it's not necessary since all army recruits are circumcised on enlistment.

Didn't you know that?

It is necessary for the Royal Marines because it is a condition of their enlistment that they're complete pricks.

And you have posted this is in the Aviation forum because....................?
 
#5
Gutsy move there Dave, keen on inviting ritual abuse from all those booties who frequent this site (enter timex, stage right :wink: 0)
The booties have been given lessons to on how to wash properly for a long time, living in very close proximity on board means this is essential. Also, the recruits cannot then say that 'they wern't taught that sarge'.

grotty b@$tards don't get the easy ride with royal that they do in the Army (or did, it was a long time ago and a very different organisation). 8O
 
#6
And you have posted this is in the Aviation forum because
1. Hmmm....because I'm(ex)AAC...what's your excuse?
2. Is it in Queens Regs that I can't?

Sparkey...you're a knob!
 
#9
DanJJardim said:
I really wanted to watch this and missed it. Does anyone know when/if it is on again?
DJ
The first episode is on ITV4 on Wednesday Night

DOCUMENTARY: Commando: On the Front Line
On: ITV4 (120)
Date: Wednesday 26th September 2007 (starting in 2 days)
Time: 22:00 to 23:00 (1 hour long)

The Shock of Capture.
The extraordinary story of the young men undergoing eight months of the toughest military training in the world in hope of becoming elite Royal Marine Commandos. Most will fail, but those who make it through will be sent straight to the front line in Afghanistan. A fresh batch of recruits arrives at the Commando Training Centre ready for 32 weeks of gruelling physical and mental training.
(Stereo, Shown Thursday on Itv1, Repeat, Widescreen, Subtitles)
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Excerpt taken from DigiGuide - the world's best TV guide available from http://www.getdigiguide.com/?p=1&r=8453

Copyright (c) GipsyMedia Limited.
 
#10
Gents in all seriousness, as Handy has mentioned its to do with hygene. Many casualties in many wars have been self inflicted due to lack of personal care. By training guys early they are better prepared.

It is necessary for the Royal Marines because it is a condition of their enlistment that they're complete pricks.
And you know this how? Or is it just a bit of penile envy?


Thats why you are called Pongoes................wherever you go the pong goes..


Shaun
 
#11
timex said:
Gents in all seriousness, as Handy has mentioned its to do with hygene. Many casualties in many wars have been self inflicted due to lack of personal care. By training guys early they are better prepared.

It is necessary for the Royal Marines because it is a condition of their enlistment that they're complete pricks.
And you know this how? Or is it just a bit of penile envy?


Thats why you are called Pongoes................wherever you go the pong goes..


Shaun

What would you know? You used to work in the bedding store at Lympstone. :roll:
 
#12
The cameraman for the series completed the Commando course in entirety.

He was 55 at the time!

So birds can do and nigh on OAPs can do it - something tells me it's not as hard as it used to be.

Helmet on awaiting incoming.
 
#13
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
timex said:
Gents in all seriousness, as Handy has mentioned its to do with hygene. Many casualties in many wars have been self inflicted due to lack of personal care. By training guys early they are better prepared.

It is necessary for the Royal Marines because it is a condition of their enlistment that they're complete pricks.
And you know this how? Or is it just a bit of penile envy?


Thats why you are called Pongoes................wherever you go the pong goes..


Shaun

What would you know? You used to work in the bedding store at Lympstone. :roll:

And a fine job too.......................


Shaun
 
#14
dingerr said:
The cameraman for the series completed the Commando course in entirety.

He was 55 at the time!

So birds can do and nigh on OAPs can do it - something tells me it's not as hard as it used to be.

Helmet on awaiting incoming.
ITV4 @ 22:00hrs tonightA Programe about the film maker and its called "the 55 year old commmando".
 
#15
theiftaker said:
dingerr said:
The cameraman for the series completed the Commando course in entirety.

He was 55 at the time!

So birds can do and nigh on OAPs can do it - something tells me it's not as hard as it used to be.

Helmet on awaiting incoming.
ITV4 @ 22:00hrs tonightA Programe about the film maker and its called "the 55 year old commmando".

Must be a programme about timex. :roll:
 
#16
timex said:
Gents in all seriousness, as Handy has mentioned its to do with hygene. Many casualties in many wars have been self inflicted due to lack of personal care. By training guys early they are better prepared.

It is necessary for the Royal Marines because it is a condition of their enlistment that they're complete pricks.
And you know this how? Or is it just a bit of penile envy?


Thats why you are called Pongoes................wherever you go the pong goes..


Shaun

Now now.... Put the stickle bricks back in the box...there's a good little mong....and FCUK OFF ....You retard.
 
#17
timex said:
Gents in all seriousness, as Handy has mentioned its to do with hygene. Many casualties in many wars have been self inflicted due to lack of personal care. By training guys early they are better prepared.

It is necessary for the Royal Marines because it is a condition of their enlistment that they're complete pricks.
And you know this how? Or is it just a bit of penile envy?


Thats why you are called Pongoes................wherever you go the pong goes..


Shaun
Could be worse, fancy having a matelot's ID card. Not so much Special Forces as special needs!!!!
 
#18
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
theiftaker said:
dingerr said:
The cameraman for the series completed the Commando course in entirety.

He was 55 at the time!

So birds can do and nigh on OAPs can do it - something tells me it's not as hard as it used to be.

Helmet on awaiting incoming.
ITV4 @ 22:00hrs tonightA Programe about the film maker and its called "the 55 year old commmando".

Must be a programme about timex. :roll:

bugger rumbled...............


Shaun
 
#19
Now now.... Put the stickle bricks back in the box...there's a good little mong....and FCUK OFF ....You retard.
Now thats not nice, is it?


It is necessary for the Royal Marines because it is a condition of their enlistment that they're complete pricks.
But that is?

FYI, I've actually spent over 7 yrs with the AAC, 3 of which (the last ones) were as Part of the Army.
 
#20
Ralf said:
timex said:
Gents in all seriousness, as Handy has mentioned its to do with hygene. Many casualties in many wars have been self inflicted due to lack of personal care. By training guys early they are better prepared.

It is necessary for the Royal Marines because it is a condition of their enlistment that they're complete pricks.
And you know this how? Or is it just a bit of penile envy?


Thats why you are called Pongoes................wherever you go the pong goes..


Shaun

Now now.... Put the stickle bricks back in the box...there's a good little mong....and FCUK OFF ....You retard.

Me thinks if you met timex, you'd not be saying that. :roll:
 

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