Christ, that's feckin' fantastic! Every shift supervisor's nightmare, however. Makes the single and the married guys crazy. More broken hearts and broken marriages. Probably marry and Inspector or better. At least, all the hot ones did on my Force.Too young for many on this site! If Policewomen are your thing:
Call me old fashioned, but I think they looked better in white blouses with checked cravats.....
A little off topic, but does anyone know what the gadget is on the front of the German lass's MP7?I think there are some that are better suited to make you talk.
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Something Austrian, but with the red hair she's probably a british spy
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As far as I can see, there are a lot of life-experienced men here who appreciate a certain maturity in women and...Ah Buggrit, here some totty for the geezers
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And when they get older they are like this.Christ, that's feckin' fantastic! Every shift supervisor's nightmare, however. Makes the single and the married guys crazy. More broken hearts and broken marriages. Probably marry and Inspector or better. At least, all the hot ones did on my Force.
All look lovely to me but I thought Brazil was warm, why they got black chinky fighting suit trousers on?
Top pic looks like she hasn't got a scooby doo what she is looking at, its the "What do you mean knit one purl one?????? " faceWhat? No picture of a nice female engineering or mathematics student diligently working un the iibrary, ideally wearing glasses, studying using a textbook on helicopter design?
Maybe a a picture such as:
Or perhaps a qualified one - in uniform?
Or this girl - not directly involved with rotary wing stuff, but V/STOL ones and she has a uniform:
Jesus, for airport police they didn't know much about aerodynamics did they? The drag factor of that sign on the Talbot must have kept it going above 40mph (not that they ever got much above that on a good day). Although in fairness, it was presumably only supposed to be used for tootling around the runways and aprons etc so a BFO sign on the roof might have been useful to prevent myopic 747 pilots crashing into it.