Is there really any stereotyping in the army?

#1
My friend told me that he was nicknamed scouse and was under the impression that it was a pretty unique thing, but then someone else told me that too, and then I've heard alot of people with the scouse accent have been called that since they first joined. I was wondering, is that as far as it goes, just accents, or is it like "He's a scouser, he's gonna try and rob shit etc" lol?
 
#3
8O Must be the hot weather...bit of sun brings out all the weird ones
 
#7
If you have a scouse accent you will be known as scouse, if you're scottish - Jock, from newcastle, Geordie Etc.
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No, there is no stereotyping in the army, you make a good first impression and it will see you in good stead
 
#8
No real stereotyping but people who are not prepared to help others are known as "jack bast*rds"
 
#9
Don't forget Smudger!!
 
#11
jarrod248 said:
Pyrex said:
Don't forget Smudger!!
what a small world! I bet you don't know Chalkie though.
Chalkie White?

Yeah, know him well!!
 
#14
Nah, he was cleanly shaven with a beard.
 
#16
Is there really any stereotyping in the army?
what a fekin stupid question................. of cource you cant use a stereo as a typewriter.
 
#17
Is there really any stereotyping in the army?
Do you mean using two typewriters simultaneously?

Only in very overworked AGC detachments
 
#20
Do us Lincolnshire folk get ribbed for having webbed feet in the Army!?

I have to say I'm very disappointed! :x :roll:
 

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