Grandlings and early Army training - light hearted chat.

#1
From Army son overseas:

S***** is doing really well and now has 6 well established teeth, can stand up with the assistance of a table, can crawl at speed and can do assisted pull-ups on the kitchen furniture (showing definite potential for the marines!).

My reply:

Naahhh! You've got it all wrong! Stands with the help of a table? Crawls from A to B? Sounds like good potential officer material with the Cavalry! Having said that I accept that six teeth is definitely a plus for the Booties!

Any other advice for youngsters and how to assess their early learning for a future career in the forces? :D :D :D
 
#3
Eat whatever is given to you.
 
#4
Lobs of tables. Does things other kids refuse to do, at twice the speed.
Out runs all the other kids.
Eats whatever.
Always good with the ladies.

Airborne to the core

SK :D
 
#6
Can't string a coherent sentence together, can barely walk, has poor control of bodily functions. Mental faculties at only the most basic level and instinctively goes for the breasts.

I don't see any familiar traits, myself...
 
#8
Sleeps all day.

Sounds like me when I dont have any duties.
 

oldbaldy

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#9
smartascarrots said:
Can't string a coherent sentence together, can barely walk, has poor control of bodily functions. Mental faculties at only the most basic level and instinctively goes for the breasts.

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Will do well at Sandhurst.
 

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