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Ladette to Lady - Would you shag one of those slags?

Would you take one of these slags into your mess on a dinner night?

  • By God, never!

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mysteron

LE
Book Reviewer
#1
After watching Ladette to Lady last night, I was aghast to see three officers of HM Forces (all from donkey walloping Regiments) associating with these trollops, one of whom offered his engagement!!!

By God, where have the Values and Standards of Her Majesty's officers gone?

But the real question is, would you take one of these tarts into your mess?
 

mysteron

LE
Book Reviewer
#3
I'll grant you that the fat gas fitter is the only one with some semblance of a moral compass.

However, what are cavalry donkey wallopers doing associating with them? Don't make me name Regiments, is it going to be name and shame time?
 
#4
I agree Mysteron, slumming it occasionally whilst retaining ones anonymity is one thing, but to publicly consort with tarts, harpies and harridans demonstrates a profound lack of character. Do you know them? if so, I say name and shame them.
 
#5
mysteron said:
After watching Ladette to Lady last night, I was aghast to see three officers of HM Forces (all from donkey walloping Regiments) associating with these trollops, one of whom offered his engagement!!!

By God, where have the Values and Standards of Her Majesty's officers gone?

But the real question is, would you take one of these tarts into your mess?
I think in fairness the one I saw was probably TA donkeywallopers(QOY either D Sqn or A Sqn?) but i agree he was a complete tool. He fell instantly in love for one of the geezerbirds and left a note tucked down her cleavage inviting her to marry him and enjoy a life of luxury - what a chod

Should be bottled senseless by the members of his mess for appearing on such a shabby low rent programme and then charged for bringing the RAC into disrepute.

I wouldn't voluntarily let them into the mess but they wouldnt be that different to nurses or Norland nannies I suppose :wink:
 
#6
I would have quite happpily made the two backed beast with any one of them (with the possible exception of that big plumber lass that looks like a fella although out of the lot of them she is the only one with half a braincell.) I am, however, not an officer but an NCO and as such I see this as my duty.

In fairness those officer's on the programme were all drips.
 

mysteron

LE
Book Reviewer
#7
Oz, you obviously failed to notice the announcement made of the president of the Life Guards polo club, Major Peter Hunt (made on the programme so OPSEC not broken).

In addition a member of a certain FR Regiment that recruits from the area that the programme was filmed was spotted.

In reference to the TA donkey walloper infatuated with the parlourmaid, did you spy the number of medals? I believe I counted 7, no Queen's chocolate coin and a what either looked suspiciously like the Falklands or East Timor medal. Potential Walt?

Answers on a fat slags beermat....
 
#8
Never seen the programme so can only guess they were munters of the highest order, yeah i would have brought them to a mess function, then have them tag teamed all night, who cares what they look like after the dinner port and speachs, followed by 1 hours power drinking, you know you would!!!
 
#9
mysteron said:
Oz, you obviously failed to notice the announcement made of the president of the Life Guards polo club, Major Peter Hunt (made on the programme so OPSEC not broken).

In addition a member of a certain FR Regiment that recruits from the area that the programme was filmed was spotted.

In reference to the TA donkey walloper infatuated with the parlourmaid, did you spy the number of medals? I believe I counted 7, no Queen's chocolate coin and a what either looked suspiciously like the Falklands or East Timor medal. Potential Walt?

Answers on a fat slags beermat....
Not seen

Ive only seen the episode with the party, reeling and rounds of Frieda round the snooker table. He did have a suspiciuosly large rack of miniatures didnt he?

I thought it was filmed near Barnard Castle in Teesdale so that means it could have been a LD officer 8O. If so I shall confim and then out him as I know one ginger (he prefers to think of himself as blonde) ex-LD specimen who lives up there

:wink:
 

mysteron

LE
Book Reviewer
#15
So, if you had to take on of those disgusting sluts into a dinner at the mess, which one would you take.

Me, I would take the bird Hayley, the red haired,sarf london one. She looks as if she could scrub up, can down a pint in under 5 seconds and frankly, I reckon she would go like a belt fed mortar.
 
#16
Referring back to the TA chap who proposed. Yes, tool is a correct description. He was also at the Countryside Alliance ball in mess kit, despite the dress code being black tie. I'm sure then he only had 4 medals (maybe he has different numbers depending on how much he is trying to impress?). He was as i recall given an impromptu lecture on the wearing of said uniform, especially the part concerning removing jacket on the dance floor etc etc by an infuriated Guards Officer. Not sure on the rules on naming and shaming, but he shares a surname with the actor Warren.....
Oh, and in answer to the original question. Yes, as long as you never let them meet anyone you know!
 

mysteron

LE
Book Reviewer
#17
mattress_back said:
Referring back to the TA chap who proposed. Yes, tool is a correct description. He was also at the Countryside Alliance ball in mess kit, despite the dress code being black tie. I'm sure then he only had 4 medals (maybe he has different numbers depending on how much he is trying to impress?). He was as i recall given an impromptu lecture on the wearing of said uniform, especially the part concerning removing jacket on the dance floor etc etc by an infuriated Guards Officer. Not sure on the rules on naming and shaming, but he shares a surname with the actor Warren.....
Oh, and in answer to the original question. Yes, as long as you never let them meet anyone you know!
Nice. PM with more juicy gossip. I have a good friend in QOY that I can speak to so that we expose him for sure!
 
#18
mattress_back said:
Referring back to the TA chap who proposed. Yes, tool is a correct description. He was also at the Countryside Alliance ball in mess kit, despite the dress code being black tie. I'm sure then he only had 4 medals (maybe he has different numbers depending on how much he is trying to impress?). He was as i recall given an impromptu lecture on the wearing of said uniform, especially the part concerning removing jacket on the dance floor etc etc by an infuriated Guards Officer. Not sure on the rules on naming and shaming, but he shares a surname with the actor Warren.....
Oh, and in answer to the original question. Yes, as long as you never let them meet anyone you know!
Would that be the U.S actor, brother of Shirley or the English actor from Dalziel & Pascoe?
 
#20
Ozgerbobble said:
I think in fairness the one I saw was probably TA donkeywallopers(QOY either D Sqn or A Sqn?) but i agree he was a complete tool. He fell instantly in love for one of the geezerbirds and left a note tucked down her cleavage inviting her to marry him and enjoy a life of luxury - what a chod
Is there a reshowing of this programme... I think there needs to be an opportunity to defend the Regiment's good name.
 

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