Cracking one off

This term amuses me no end as I've been out the Corps (REME soon to be Kwik Fit) for about 14 years and only recently saw this posted somewhere. Its an all time army greatest slang term that will keep me doubled over for years to come. Any more on the same topic?

Joilly Japes at 9am sharp chaps.


****Ive just read this again and I reckon I might not get away with it. Then again so what its all for a laugh.****

• Awaken the bacon
• Bashing the bishop
• Chucking the muck
• Call down for more mayo
• Clear the custard (long overdue session)
• Choking the chicken
• Dropping stomach pancakes
• Five against one
• Make the bald man cry
• Meeting Rosy Palmer and her five sisters • Paying the palm pimp
• Playing pocket billiards
• Peeling chilies
• Play the skin flute
• Polish the lighthouse (in the bath)
• Preparing the altar boy's supper
• Strangle Kojak
• Take Capt. Picard to warp speed
• Tug of war with Cyclops

• A Waterpix exam
• Gusset pianist
• Jill off (female version of Jack)
• Paddle the pink canoe
Strangling the one eyed, purpled headed, yoghurt slinger
Unloading the pump action yoghurt rifle.


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Spanking the monkey


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A Tommy Tank
Shaking hands with the unemployed. :(
Stroke one out/rub one out
Five Knuckle shuffle

"Cracking One Off" still has to be the best description ever.

Unload, Safety catch, Mag off..................................
I stumbled across a song about this subject last year, I'll see if I can find it and post the words on here.
Knocking one out


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A bit of left handed mouse action (used when browsing the net)
Fang_Farrier said:
A bit of left handed mouse action (used when browsing the net)
This one doesn't work for me, I've become ambidexterous so I can still use my right hand on the mouse, makes things easier :lol:

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