hello, new to country, want to join army

#41
threaders_vm said:
edi1988 said:
what is oxygen thief?
It means I got my hands slapped for abusing members of this site. There were civilians though so are deemed worthless. I think you'll find I haven't abused you although I did mention, in a rather poetic way, my love of your vagina.
ok. is this the soldier humour which mr jarod told me about?
 
#42
jarrod248 said:
edi1988 said:
threaders_vm said:
edi1988 said:
what is oxygen thief?
It means I got my hands slapped for abusing members of this site. There were civilians though so are deemed worthless. I think you'll find I haven't abused you although I did mention, in a rather poetic way, my love of your vagina.
ok. is this the soldier humour which mr jarod told me about?
Exactly I think the poor chap has tourettes and sometimes he can't help but type bad words but his medication does help him.
Is that the bad word you're referring to jarod? Maybe you want to explain to edi why you find it so repulsive?
 
#43
jarrod248 said:
edi1988 said:
threaders_vm said:
edi1988 said:
what is oxygen thief?
It means I got my hands slapped for abusing members of this site. There were civilians though so are deemed worthless. I think you'll find I haven't abused you although I did mention, in a rather poetic way, my love of your vagina.
ok. is this the soldier humour which mr jarod told me about?
Exactly I think the poor chap has tourettes and sometimes he can't help but type bad words but his medication does help him.
i am not so dumb. i have been in nurse training for 1 year now and have become wise to humour. and to rude people in hospital. some english people are rude about my colour and say very sexual things. some patients are what you call chav. we have a big laugh at the college about english and the tourettes lol
 
#44
tourettes is a very sad affliction that is increasing to affect both servicemen and ex-servicemen. Edi1988 you might wish to think about making treatment of these poor individuals your specialisation when you come to work in the NHS or in the Army Medical Services.
 
#45
rebel_with_a_cause said:
tourettes is a very sad affliction that is increasing to affect both servicemen and ex-servicemen. Edi1988 you might wish to think about making treatment of these poor individuals your specialisation when you come to work in the NHS or in the Army Medical Services.
in my country young people also swear but never in the company of elders.i think soldiers swear in a nicer way than some people who come into the hospital.
 
#49
edi1988 said:
what is gobble?
I would hazard to say that there are many people that would be more than happy to explain that to you. Better yet a practical demonstration would go down well. Where are you located geographically.
 
#51
Could we not ask the Mods to make a sticky called "Weekend Wahs" just for this sort of thing, because never a weekend goes by without this kind of thread.
 
#53
So how long after you get to be a Brit will it be until you bring the rest of your clan over here ??
 
#54
i wish to do my training here then if possible spend some time in the army to get further qualifications and experience. i then wish to return home and use my skills and experience in my own country to help improve things there. my family have no wish to come to this country i think the cold would not be kind to them lol. i am here because your country needs nurses. my family paid my fare here and i pay taxes from my pay.
 
#58
thegimp said:
who is it? lol
Whatever do you mean? Are you suggesting that this a less than genuine thread?
 
#59
sorry, i am part of college and study in university on part time course. i am a member of rcn through higher education diploma in my country. you have to be a member to start training in uk. i pay taxe from work i do in evenings. thank you
 

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