I'm sure we've all been witnesses to our work collegues and 'friends' eager to inform the hierarchy the moment we put a foot wrong, gleefuly hoping that they will be cast upon in a more positive light, hoping for a promotion. This unfortunately is nothing new, but spreading rumours back to corps units throughout the fcuking world is taking the biscuit. With these two things combined it is little wonder that there is such dismay at the way brown noses are treated. Personally, they should be marched infront of the Razman then made to clean toilets using nothing but a toothpick and their tongues. I've recently come across an incident where a collegue on the same camp was accused of spreading rumours about a fellow collegues wife. Completely untrue these rumours were then taken as hard fact by collegues and 'friends' without ever knowing the real facts. Innocent until proven guilty is a phrase which has lost purpose and meaning in an army willing to take gossip at face value rather than what it truly is, utter sh*te. Please tell me that i'm being paranoid and starting to lose the plot or is it the norm at whichever garrison you are posted to?