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#1
hi guys, my mate and i were discussing the time when we left the army, we were discussing the procedure where you ahve to go round al the departments ie pay office clothing store etc etc and get your 'chit' signed to say you havent any kit or owe any money etc what was the term called (apart from marching out) any ideas?
 
#7
Wasn't it called a '******* run-around'?

Isn't it where you go to one department to another and each time are told that it has to be signed by another before they can sign it although it says **** all on the form?

:rage::rage::rage:
 
#10
Wasn't it called a '******* run-around'?

Isn't it where you go to one department to another and each time are told that it has to be signed by another before they can sign it although it says **** all on the form?

:rage::rage::rage:
Or the person who could sign it was on leave and wouldn't be back for a couple of weeks and "I'm sorry, but I don't think I can sign it in Mrs Onlyworkstwodaysinamonthifthere'saZinit's absence". :pissedoff:
 
#12
Successful chit completed, £70 quid off final salary for a diffy Abloy lock.

Sort of squared off the 3 boxes of spirits proffed for me from a store for £50.

I didnt cry..
 
#14
Still have nightmares about getting a signature from Sparkasse in Bad Driburg.

Also spent weeks getting all my kit together, and immaculate. Not an item diffy. Some good stuff in there, too. Went to G10 for signature, suitcase and kitbag in hand. Big John the storeman signed it and threw the lot in a fuckin skip.
 
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#15
Still have nightmares about getting a signature from Sparkasse in Bad Driburg.

Also spent weeks getting all my kit together, and immaculate. Not an item diffy. Some good stuff in there, too. Went to G10 for signature, suitcase and kitbag in hand. Big John the storeman signed it and threw the lot in a fuckin skip.
Final clearance was a breeze - Clothing Storeperson got my Ginger Drinking Suit and sod-all else, as she couldn't find my 1157. Not very surprising, since I had it (I'd sort-of promised to pass it on on arrival at Lisburn, but you know how it is.........)
 
#16
Ah clearence.

Going to the med centre to book a last checkup , only to be told you have to do it 6 months before you leave. Still not sure how I was meant to know that.
 

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