Long hair males

#1
Whilst on a course i've seen a male soldier with long hair is it true that the equal ops people have finally stopped caring that male squaddies gonna look like women, or is this one kid just pulling a fast one?

ps ive read the cadet thread and it definitely wasnt one was a male soldier
 
#3
highly unlikely

or is it?..............


maybe it was a female, by some of the muntters ive seen walking around, its highly probable
 
#5
Doesn't sound like a normal soldier. Although only place I've ever seen somebody with long hair (and wearing civvie walking boots, too) was at Leccy - though also seem to remember motorbikes driving around on the airfield, which may have explained it.

In fact, thinking back to times when people were allowed long-hair for whatever reasons - maybe this is not a very wise thread?
 
#7
Fugly said:
Did he have harry black over his eyes?

And a gringo tache?

Sssssshhhhhhh.

Walls have ears...................................I know that because I found one in my ice-cream.
 
#8
jack-daniels said:
Ronnie8781 said:
mmmmm......... where was the course?
With the Dutch army probably!
I remember the Nijmegen March back in '87: every time one of the Dutch walked into the beer tent with long hair, the chant went up (usually started by the Danes - great bunch, I found) "Haircut, haircut.." Don't think they were amused :)
 
#9
Male soldiers walking around with long hair without any interference from people with rank are best left well alone.

Male civilians walking around with long hair should be taken to the nearest police station and given haircuts and a day doing block jobs around the cells while a fat sergeant ridicules them and occasionally hits them with a broom handle. A bit like in the old East Germany.
 

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#10
Chuzu said:
Whilst on a course i've seen a male soldier with long hair is it true that the equal ops people have finally stopped caring that male squaddies gonna look like women, or is this one kid just pulling a fast one?

ps ive read the cadet thread and it definitely wasnt one was a male soldier
Again in English this time please.

Chuzu wrote
im am reme tech
And you expect to be taken seriously on haircuts!
 
#13
THEM, you numpty. Look on Arrsepedia.
 
#14
Squiddly said:
Chris_2oo6 said:
whilst on optag in lydd, there was a fella in dezzies with long hair and a fair bit of beard growthage..

word on the grapevine was he was 1 of "them"
One of what? :?
You have got to be having a WAH
 
#15
Squiddly said:
Chris_2oo6 said:
whilst on optag in lydd, there was a fella in dezzies with long hair and a fair bit of beard growthage..

word on the grapevine was he was 1 of "them"
One of what? :?
IF YOU DONT KNOW WHAT IS MEANT BY ONE OF THEM THEN ASK SOMEBODY WHO HAS BEEN IN FOR A WHILE..


DOES THE NAME HEREFORD MEAN ANYTHING TO YOU??
 

B_AND_T

LE
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#17
enterprise said:
Squiddly said:
Chris_2oo6 said:
whilst on optag in lydd, there was a fella in dezzies with long hair and a fair bit of beard growthage..

word on the grapevine was he was 1 of "them"
One of what? :?
IF YOU DONT KNOW WHAT IS MEANT BY ONE OF THEM THEN ASK SOMEBODY WHO HAS BEEN IN FOR A WHILE..


DOES THE NAME HEREFORD MEAN ANYTHING TO YOU??[/quote]

Of course, a fine breed of cattle.
 
#18
Whilst on a certain course in the 80's, you were required to 'de-squaddy' (for want of a better phrase) yourself and growing hair slightly longer than the norm was a done thing. I went to my brothers RAF pass off somewhere called Halton I think, I was suitably attired as you do for a pass off and wearing an Airborne tie, the RAF Regt Sgt pretty quickly sussed it and what I was up to but the his officer couldn't work out why I was still in with long hair and kept trying to butt in to the coversation I was having with the Sgt and trying to work out why I had longish hair and a bit of a beard. I found it quite astounding how many people in the forces don't realise that there are certain things that go on beyond the norm.
There again he could have just fancied me!!
 
#19
jack-daniels said:
Whilst on a certain course in the 80's, you were required to 'de-squaddy' (for want of a better phrase) yourself and growing hair slightly longer than the norm was a done thing. I went to my brothers RAF pass off somewhere called Halton I think, I was suitably attired as you do for a pass off and wearing an Airborne tie, the RAF Regt Sgt pretty quickly sussed it and what I was up to but the his officer couldn't work out why I was still in with long hair and kept trying to butt in to the coversation I was having with the Sgt and trying to work out why I had longish hair and a bit of a beard. I found it quite astounding how many people in the forces don't realise that there are certain things that go on beyond the norm.
There again he could have just fancied me!!
I went on a course where we were encouraged to "de-squaddie". It was great until some cvnt took all my clothes, gave me some overalls and boots without laces and I had to listen to a lot of white noise and they were mean to me.

Bollock5 to that, I have kept my hair short since then.
 
#20
John_Jorrocks said:
...took all my clothes, gave me some overalls and boots without laces and I had to listen to a lot of white noise.
Wow you've been to the Disco at PATA as well :D
 

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