Is there something the Booties should tell us?

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BlueDZ

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#2
Brilliant I shall send this link to my booty mates...ahem collegues so that I can rip into them for advertising girl stuff.
 
#3
This can hardly come as a surprise. The Marines have been doing a trendy line in female attire since time began. Each one I have ever met has an entire 'rig' in his locker, and inevitably, as time has passed, styles have developed and the corporate knowledge must by now be enormous. Normally a full set of lingerie, wig, and a very fetching frock or miniskirt with crop-top, but I am happy to see that they have branched out into some of the more obscure elements of girly clothing. How very Japanese of them.
 
#4
I suppose primark will be doing a range inspired by the paras......I'm dead arn't I............
 
#5
Presumably they aren't bringing out any underwear as this is an area they have little experience, or use for?
 
#6
#7
The bergan is cute..

Cross dressing in the Corps has it's benefits, it annoys the fuck out hetero civvy blokes giving it big licks in tight tops and moody stares and if co-located with bluejobs you get to play dress up with top heavy jennies generally resulting in a drunken fuck post night out ..
 

the_boy_syrup

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#9
The hats are crap
I had to put both my hands on top of my head to stop it flying off.....

Don't think much of the grey demob suits either
 
#12
Ah, well, I reckon this is very enterprising - the booties response to SDSR - cash in on a marketable brand image. Shame the crabs didn't think to flog the rights to Harrier knickers (they don't stay up for long) or Nimrod binoculars (for folk who want to lurk about watching...) How about the navy doing an Ark Royal range of "baby carriers". Why don't you armoured boys flog the rights to "Chally 2" furry dice for chav Corsas?
 
#13
Ah, well, I reckon this is very enterprising - the booties response to SDSR - cash in on a marketable brand image. Shame the crabs didn't think to flog the rights to Harrier knickers (they don't stay up for long) or Nimrod binoculars (for folk who want to lurk about watching...) How about the navy doing an Ark Royal range of "baby carriers". Why don't you armoured boys flog the rights to "Chally 2" furry dice for chav Corsas?
You think the army hasn't cashed in on the brand? There isn't a procurement budget any more; they just get £1 every time somebody rips off the SAS or parachute regiment for some tat outdoors kit or tat book
 
#14
didn't they bring out action men type toys a while back
 
#15
didn't they bring out action men type toys a while back
They did. Strangely they had paras that used parachutes and harriers that flew?

The only accurate bits were that the booties clothes come off easily and the rifles are made out of the same plastic that holds the chocolate in Dairy Milk boxes.
 
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Joker62

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Book Reviewer
#17
Ah, well, I reckon this is very enterprising - the booties response to SDSR - cash in on a marketable brand image. Shame the crabs didn't think to flog the rights to Harrier knickers (they don't stay up for long) or Nimrod binoculars (for folk who want to lurk about watching...) How about the navy doing an Ark Royal range of "baby carriers". Why don't you armoured boys flog the rights to "Chally 2" furry dice for chav Corsas?
The RAF did launch a brand of clothes a few years back:-
Children's RAF Clothing for Boys & Girls

And for the adults:- Welcome to RAF Collection
 
#19
You cant beat a little floral Laura Ashley number.
Oh yes, Us Matelots always made our own Frocks out of the Rag Bags, but, if you wanted something a little speshul you went to the Booties Barracks.

Last Time I was an Ugly Sister in the Sodz Opera, I borrowed some good gear from the Booties. Wonder if they still want it back.............
 

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