Joining the Army with Bipola Manic Depression

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A quick one for the medically qualified, a friend of mine has expressed an interest in our local TA unit, will her Bipolar Manic Depression be a bar to entry?
 
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#4
A quick one for the medically qualified, a friend of mine has expressed an interest in our local TA unit, will her Bipolar Manic Depression be a bar to entry?
I would imagine if she's on pills to control it, they'll say no.
 
#9
I Know I'm not being original here, but if I don't do it someone else will do it.
The Marmite Moterway, my advice, throw one up it
The puckered starfish, throw one up it.
If you think you are as not bent as a nine bob note, you are welcome to borrow my industrial wellington boots.
I've had serious relations with more sheep, called BARBARRAH by the way
I can'nt even remember the original question.
Where the fuc* is my glasses?
 
#14
Thats just what you need, a ******* loon with a syringe and a scalpel going 'happy face angry face happy face angry face happy face angry face cry cry happy face'!!!!!!!!Tell her to **** off down to the woods so she can chase squirrels
 
#15
She's the very type of person the Para's were formed for. Get her tab'ed the recruitment office toot sweet.

Yea, yea cherry berry, come head! It's the internet and you'll never find me.:)
 
#16
I don't see a problem with it, all women are viscious psychotic monsters for one week out of four.

In the TA at least you don't have to work with them everyday....