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Crab birds

#1
Are there any lovely RAF females out there amongst our membership who care to reveal themselves?

I find myself strangely intrigued by you.

Please show yourselves. :p
 
#2
Got to say , they've got some lookers , especially in pubs that have DJ nights in the general vicinity of Selly Oak. :twisted:
 
#3
There are some absolutely charming RAF birds I have to say.....
Amount of charming birds in the RN? I can count the number I've met on two hands.........and I've been in the mob 9 years now..
 
#4
I remember many moons ago at RAF Gutersloh - before the RLC Rug Munching mafia took over - there used to be some absolute dolls stationed there.

Not seen any in my neck of the woods - by that I mean RAF Kinloss and Lossiemouth. RAFP GSD seem to be better looking and of a better disposition - going by Joanna's in Elgin anyway.
:lol:
 
#5
A gentleman never tells Fishie , but damn me those crab girlies like a beer and a dance. I remain impressed by a woman that can do her flies up by using my leg :twisted:

Hitty agree, the Malcolm before payday was a veritable Sinbad's cave of fine looking WRAF's
 
#6
As an ex Crab I noticed that the Waafs seemed to like PTI's, Fireman and Policeman for some reason.

And the one I went out with for a year wouldnt do doggy style as it was "undignified" but loved the "ankles behind the ears" scenario.

Just ask on E-Goat .. they are a strange breed.
 
#7
Hitty , do you really think the finer examples of RAF womanhood would request a tour at Ice Station Kilo or Lima? I'll bet they're all at Akrotiri.

Anya, you got a spare bed in your flat? :D
 
#8
Theres some lovely ladies here at BAS :)
 
#9
PartTimePongo said:
Hitty , do you really think the finer examples of RAF womanhood would request a tour at Ice Station Kilo or Lima? I'll bet they're all at Akrotiri.

Anya, you got a spare bed in your flat? :D
Akrotiri is over an hours drive from me, however my uncle is still there. Seems like he has been there the whole of his career!

Failing that, take a tent and go pitch it outside the female's block!
 
#10
BAS? British Antarctic Survey? :?

Take it there aren't any crab birds on ARRSE then?
 
#12
easymoney said:
Some very nice one's at RAF Digby
Who gives a stuff if they are at RAF Digby? Are there ANY on ARRSE?

SHOW YOURSELVES!!!!
 
#14
Cleaner,silver maple club RAF Digby,honest!!!!!!
 
#16
I met a rather nice RAF totty on a course a while ago - she was joining the RAF Intelligence discipline which was interesting because: a. you can't help but recognise that this is a fantastic oxymoron; b. I didn't know anyone joined the RAF to specialise in intelligence which consists of staring at aerial photos through a large magnifying glass (ok, it's a bit of a generalisation); and c. what's wrong with being a pilot ? She was an absolute honey with breasts and everything. Unfortunately I spent more time day-dreaming about doing strange things with her and large amounts of lemon curd than concentrating on the course so I imagine she thought I was one step away from being a stalker ... which was probably why she barely spoke to me. Sigh.
 
#17
where are all the crab birds?
answer: ain't got a clue. been trying to find them for years, with no sucess at all. then talking to a marine, he was at northwood & used to regularly go out, get drunk & if he din't pull, go into the female RAF block, knock on each door in turn till he got laid for the night.
I mean, green meat?!!!!!!! come on waf girls, you don't have to go to MNE's for great sex, just look closer to home for it! (please!)
:D :D :D
 
#19
Barclays_Banker said:
I met a rather nice RAF totty on a course a while ago - she was joining the RAF Intelligence discipline which was interesting because: a. you can't help but recognise that this is a fantastic oxymoron; b. I didn't know anyone joined the RAF to specialise in intelligence which consists of staring at aerial photos through a large magnifying glass (ok, it's a bit of a generalisation); and c. what's wrong with being a pilot ? She was an absolute honey with breasts and everything. Unfortunately I spent more time day-dreaming about doing strange things with her and large amounts of lemon curd than concentrating on the course so I imagine she thought I was one step away from being a stalker ... which was probably why she barely spoke to me. Sigh.
I work in that trade, give us a clue who you're referring to??
 
#20
jimnicebutdim said:
I work in that trade, give us a clue who you're referring to??
No. Don't. Heard of personal security Jim? (dim indeed)
 

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