Discussion in 'RAC' started by boilinthebag, May 5, 2006.
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Or have all tankies got far too much time on there hands?
Thought i would just clarify - Tankies = Serving members of the Royal Tank Regiment.
Naw,the cav are just so good at time management.
So you're actually good at something?
I must remember to take a note.
Oh not another Tankie V Cav thread.....yawwwwnnnnnnnnn!
At least we are keeping the RAC forum going!
at least we do our job correct the first time and dont spend a few years thinking whats going on here then.
diferance is we dont spend time wanking off horses our officers do acctualy get dirty and dont walk around all day in there no 2s sayin bloody good show whos for some pims
Are you 2nd tanks by any chance?
I have corrected your spelling for you as I believe you like to get it right first time.
At least we do our job correct the first time and donât spend a few years thinking whatâs going on here then.
Difference is we donât spend time wanking off horses our officers do actually get dirty and donât walk around all day in there no 2s saying bloody good show whoâs for some pimms.
All the best an ex Household Cavalryman.
(without a chip)
Ex Household Cavalryman...I have highlighted the mistake in your post...good effort sit down and rejoin the crew!!
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The museum is closed today. We'll go there tomorrow.
There's that book you were looking for.
I'll have to stop you there, we've run out of time.
I've left the boxes over/out/under there.
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2 RTR are incredibly quiet. Has somebody been selling large quantities of gobstoppers round Harman Lines?
" RTR great unit so are all Armoured Units (inc Mech Inf, Medics and ADSRs)
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