Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by sholdaz, Dec 15, 2008.

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  1. Do British soldiers ever use this expression, or is it just something the Yanks say?
  2. Why?
  3. Metropolitan police use it ........erm quite often
  4. Yank thing along with SNAFU.

    Britishversions are:

    1. It's Fukked

    2. You're Fukked

    3. I'm Fukked

    4. They are fukked

    5. He is fukked

    6. She is fukked

    Or in short...

  5. Replaced by TJF

    I've never heard the term being used. They are more likely to say.

    "Awwwwww this is fcuking bollox this is boss, I've just come off a fcuking patrol then we get this load of fcuking w@nk dropped on us by The OC. My lads haven't even had any fcuking scoff yet. He's a fcuking nobhead and he knows it....... For Fcuk sake, the fcuking pr1ck. Someone should drop that cnut. Why doesn't he get the fcuking CQMS or the sigs det to do it. They do fcuk all but swan off to the EFI all day and he sh1ts on us. Fcuking favouritism..... I'm fcuking signing off!"
  6. Wasn't the expression used by the Septics,mainly in WWII ?
  7. Yes, due to a serious accident i was involved in whilst in Kenya, i got called it when i was recovering!
  8. I once asked an American soldier how he thought Op Granby was going. His reply: 'Clusterfuck'. Priceless :D
  9. This is more fcukin closer to the fcukin truth of what Brit Squaddies say - I fcukin bet ya.