Germany, lash and brothels.

Discussion in 'Officers' started by HASQ, Oct 2, 2012.

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  1. Went out to visit a mate in germany the other week (unit and location will remain nameless). Went out on the piss with some lads from their mess at the weekend, and after a few bevvies in various bars etc one of them pipes up with "lets hit up the brothels" or words to that effect. I politely declined, having a long term gf and being a bit of a pansy clearly, but I was quite surprised. Without being patronising, I'd never really thought of that sort of thing being 'officer sport', but they clearly did. Thoughts- is it appropriate and did it used to happen?
  2. Oh dear.
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  3. Bouillabaisse

    Bouillabaisse LE Book Reviewer

    So, what's the angle on the story you're writing?
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  4. .
    Christ on a bike. Why did you ever join the Army Mary ******* Poppins?
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  6. hotel_california

    hotel_california LE Book Reviewer

    And, in the best journalistic practices, I made my excuses and left.
  7. Bore off.
  8. yet another first time poster jumping straight in with a dubious or contentious subject....

    Life is too short to waste on these trolls...


  9. Yes all the time, we would even bring them back to the mess and snort crack from between their arrse cheeks, then we would cave in their skulls and bury them in the mess grounds.
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  10. Yes!

    Very "Officer Sport", if you'd have gone along, you'd have found out, that these Officers were not being unfaithful to their partners.

    The brothels you mention only have ladyboys & hermaphrodites!

    No problem! See!
  11. Doesn't that mean " to talk down to." ?
  12. Chod
  13. NAAFI or hole please moderator, there's a good chap.
    Now about those Russian sailors...
  14. Are you ex-RGJ?
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  15. "Lads:... "Bevvies"....

    Minor linguistic issue, here, I think.