Drinking in uniform.

#7
Try Kilburn High Road in uniform, get your NOK to PM me the results.

Having said which we did go on a post formal dinner in Gib, in blues, that felt bloody weird.
 
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#9
Try Kilburn High Road in uniform, get your NOK to PM me the results.

Having said which we did go on a post formal dinner in Gib, in blues, that felt bloody weird.
Kilburn High Road is not what it was. Even the Met venture along there on foot these days, occasionally.
 
#11
After a jaunt to sandy places not so long ago a select group of us were invited (read dicked) to visit the House of Commons to regail stories of our great feats to the laboon chasers there.

Upon ending said visit we elected to walk back to our hotel situated close to Nelson's erection. We sort council with the head of the whole party who openly encouraged us to walk back, in rig.

A stroll which should have taken all of 20 minutes took about 6 and a half hours with several pissed, desert DPM clad Bill Oddies enjoying regailing our great feats to the maidens of old London town.

Now if we had elected to change into our civilian atire our party would've consisted of several near middle age blokes, but because of our atire we were seen as mere demi-gods of war.
 
#12
Generally not recommended and indeed usually frowned upon by the grown ups. Occasions where it may be OK few and far between, only one I can think of at the moment is after Rememberence Parade, but stand to be corrected.
 
#13
...but don't, for fuck's sake, pull out your MoD90 if asked for proof of age...
 

the_boy_syrup

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the_boy_syrup

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#17
Don't forget to take the phone number of the Sun with you.
That way if a bouncer refuses you entry or someone in the pub dosen't recognise instantly that your a returning hero you can ring the paper straight away.

Those "Our boys refused entry by Taliban Bouncers" aren't going to write themselves you know.

I'll get the outrage bus warmed up just in case.
 
#18
Don't forget to take the phone number of the Sun with you.
That way if a bouncer refuses you entry or someone in the pub dosen't recognise instantly that your a returning hero you can ring the paper straight away.

Those "Our boys refused entry by Taliban Bouncers" aren't going to write themselves you know.

I'll get the outrage bus warmed up just in case.
Unless I'm mistaken, you've just wahed yourself. :excited:
 

the_boy_syrup

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#19
Why?
 

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