I pity those civies beacuse......

#1
What about the Army do you think is much better than life as a civillian?

is it the friendships? The lifestyle or maybe the challange?

I have family members who have served and there stories and experiences are a constant inspiration to me.

Its difficult to fully understand what changes to expect and I would like to know what changes about yourself you have noticed going from a civvy to a soldier?

Any insight would be great.

Cheers
 
#2
Your plums grow over night, you become instantly nails and you are immediatley more attractive to women.
 
#3
You can have a tug in the shower and as long as you have a block b1tch or its not your block job, someone else has to mop it up.
 
#5
woozieuk1 said:
What about the Army do you think is much better than life as a civillian?

is it the friendships? The lifestyle or maybe the challange?

I have family members who have served and there stories and experiences are a constant inspiration to me.

Its difficult to fully understand what changes to expect and I would like to know what changes about yourself you have noticed going from a civvy to a soldier?

Any insight would be great.

Cheers
Which army are you on about...The afghan one???
 
#6
You can't even watch top gear anymore without cringing at someones "Slack Drills".
 
#7
You get to hear such character building phrases as ....

"Your in your own time now" and of course "the ball's in your court"


Outstanding!
 
#8
...they will never know the deep sense of satisfaction to be had from having razor sharp creases down the front of their jeans.
 
#9
you,ll lose all your civvie mates due to you insisting on playing pass the ashtray everytime your 2 sheets to the wind.
 
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