mctc victim

#1
i spent 11 of the most depressing months of my life in this archaic institution from 1994-95,its bone crushingly opressive and its only aim is to strip the incarcerated of their individuality and send them back to their units as obediant robots.why anyone would want to work there is beyond me and if i were one of them i would take a good hard look at myself and seriously ask "why,why,why???theres a lot of good men in there being treated like shit and in a lot of cases"for no good reason.things that people do in civvy street on a daily basis,could land you in this desperate hole if your not careful.so bear this in mind before you take the queens "shilling" they dont tell you about this dump down the recruitment centre"for good reason".ive got plenty on this place and will be back.lets be careful out there.
 
#5
They dont tell you, so when you do something wrong, you get the shock of your life ...... what a victim of prison ? oh yeah someone who did wrong and was rewarded with a accomodation and food, for a period of reflection time.
 
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PrinceAlbert

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#8
I loved pokey. Best days of my life ;)

Actually, I had to escort some young lad there once. The DS at the guardroom tried to beast me and another escort with some pokey drill prior to booking the SUS in. A firm, yet polite, word soon sorted that out!

Beast the SUS? Fine. I'm just here to drop the idiot off.
 
#9
Convicted criminal whinges about his sentence. He should just be happy he wasnt born a century earlier.
 
#11
Slow Thursday clearly. Just to be clear, this happened 17 years ago, right? And you're still honking about it?
 
#13
Right, I have plenty of tissues to hand and a clear evening before me. Tell me all about it my son.
 

AlienFTM

MIA
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#14
Shouldn't have taken up playing at the Manchester City Tiddlywinks Club then. Those military tiddlywinks rules can be REALLY cruel.
 
#15
Well fuckwit, you got caught more fool you. It isn't meant to be a holiday camp.
 
#16
I always fancied going there to get my bike licence. Thought it would be a nice jolly, not grim and oppressive.

Eleven months?! Biff.
 
#17
i spent 11 of the most depressing months of my life in this archaic institution from 1994-95,its bone crushingly opressive and its only aim is to strip the incarcerated of their individuality and send them back to their units as obediant robots.why anyone would want to work there is beyond me and if i were one of them i would take a good hard look at myself and seriously ask "why,why,why???theres a lot of good men in there being treated like shit and in a lot of cases"for no good reason.things that people do in civvy street on a daily basis,could land you in this desperate hole if your not careful.so bear this in mind before you take the queens "shilling" they dont tell you about this dump down the recruitment centre"for good reason".ive got plenty on this place and will be back.lets be careful out there.
Strip you of 'individuality'... a bit like Basic then.

They don't tell you about this at the ACIO because most people aren't stupid enough to end up there.

Peope volunteer to work there, in order to turn scrotes around and make them 'better'. It works mst of the time... and of course so that they can ensure that our prisoner holding facilites are jolly good on tour.

taty bye.
 
#19
I did something wrong boo hoo hoo, I got caught boo hoo hoo, they locked me up Boo Hoo Hoo, I didn't like it boo hoo hoo. What a cunt!

He was probably banged up for blowing the Regimental Goat.
 
#20
Dick!
Punishment is different in the Forces, because the forces are different. I don't know of the civilian equivalent for going to bed with your rifle, because whilst you were not that pissed to stop you drawing your weapon from the armoury, you felt that you were to pissed to fall in for active edge. 7 days march him out Sargent major.
Colly, as it was known in my day was always seen as a cushty option, as after you were let out you always got a UK posting.
 

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