Joke from my 85 y/o Mother Received Just Now Via Email

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by jumpinjarhead, Jul 6, 2010.

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  2. That joke is shite and that picture isn't a bird it's a he/she
  3. no way that dyke has kids!
  4. I thought she was wearing a crotchless flying suit for a minute...
  5. Hah-the joke is of course a matter of opinion but the picture I assure you is of a real USMC female major F/A-18 pilot. You must not be familiar with USMC grooming standards that would not allow that haircut on a male, even jaunty aviator flying an F/A-18!

    Here is a webpage on her:

    Here is a blurb about her:

  6. Dyke looking or not?
    I find that open crotch flying ensemble quite alluring.
  7. Do you like respirators too?

  8. Deleted-I wish i could drive this new ARRSE!
  9. Deleted to correct post

  10. I will refrain from asking if you find it alluring on her or you!
  12. TheIronDuke

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    Here is a blurb about her:

    Try to get out of the house now and then.

    Why is the dyke in the top pic wearing weird bondage gear?
  13. I think she's quite cute; nice smile, and I can just imagine that hair spread across my pillow as I 'convert' her (snorts lasciviously)
  14. Now that's funny. Especially if you say it in a Japanese accent.
  15. First JJH, congratulations to your mom for tolerating all those Marines around the house!

    Second, not to be pedantic but the lady for whom the sponsoring group was named was Captain Joy Bright Hancock, not Handcock.

    Captain Hancock was an interesting lady. She was the only woman to serve in the USN in WWI and WWII, WWI as an enlisted Yeoman-F and WWII as an officer. She was widowed twice by the time she 27 due to her habit of marrying naval aviators. She rose to the rank of Captain, which at the time was the highest rank a woman could achieve. She later married a surface warfare VADM who died of natural causes, unlike her airship pilots.