Well I see alot of time posters expect everyone to act on here how they'll act in the real world etc, say you call someone a tit on here or something there'll no doubt be a flood of invalids saying stuff like "You'll get far with that attitude!!!" "You won't make it past week 1!!" etc. Another thing I've noticed lately on here, if someone shows a bit of confidence say like "I'm fit enough to pass all the physical tests" or "I'm good at waffling shite so I'll fly through the ice breaker and interviews". Why is it that everyone seems to want to knock them for saying it? Is it not better to have that kinda attitude than to be like "Ahh shit I'm rubbish at heaves and am dreading the ice breaker". Whenever I've been down the careers the people down there all seem like the confident, brash type ya know, so why is it that new recruits are expected to be any different? Is it a bad thing to show confidence in ADSC and further on down the line at basic? I read somewhere people saying don't let it be known if you struggle or find things hard. It also seems that it isn't very favourable to be a confident person. Where is the inbetween then?