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#1
Hi all,

I'm an ex-RAF techie, so gearing up for some abuse, especially as I've posted this in probably the wrong place!

I've been reading the various threads on here, some very funny ones (Walt for all seasons is classic and deserves turning into book form and publishing!).

A quick question though, WTF is a WAH???

I've seen it crop up all over the place on ARRSE, is it PONGO specific or just on these forums?

Cheers all

Mac
 
#12
mactheconny said:
crabmabb said:
Mac, what is a techie?
I was what the REME call a greenie, what the RAF call a Dog F*cker/Fairy.

I worked heli's, now doing the same thing in civvy street, but for more £££'s



WWaaaahhhhhhhh!!!!

A practical demonstration, if needed. Which obviously was!
 
#13
crabmabb said:
mactheconny said:
crabmabb said:
Mac, what is a techie?
I was what the REME call a greenie, what the RAF call a Dog F*cker/Fairy.

I worked heli's, now doing the same thing in civvy street, but for more £££'s



WWaaaahhhhhhhh!!!!

A practical demonstration, if needed. Which obviously was!

Hook, line, sinker! Cheers for the lesson crabman, I'll get me coat!
 
#14
Rigger techies were the only ones capable of fixing things. The rest of them may well have been care in the community mongs and to say it was Lincolnshire they were not of a very high standard.
 
#17
This is an interesting question, and has been posted before. The gist seems to be that a WAH is a Wanting A**e H*le. But this may be a little simplistic - the upshot though, is that it is not cool to be waahed.
 
#19
mactheconny said:
Blasted said:
Rigger techies were the only ones capable of fixing things. The rest of them may well have been care in the community mongs and to say it was licolnshire they were not of a very high standard.
But at least us leckies could spell!
Yea right!leckies are down there with those other knuckle draggers,the Sooties!
Now us Armourers,we have a song about us dont you know.....


A I'm an Armourer,
B I'm an Armourer,
C I'm an Armourer...


All together now....

D....
 

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