far can the thread be deviated?

Discussion in 'Sappers' started by sapper1743, Mar 20, 2007.

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  1. I have just received a polite warning from 'the moderator' about straying from the thread subject!

    As a good (ex) soldier I take the warning and adhere to the Forum Rules.

    I would like to see how this topic can be the sort of 'chinese whisper' catagory.

    Make them subtle though!

    All the best.
  2. Me and Ering were on the ranges the other day, when he had an ND. The CSM went bananas and Ering lost £150.
  3. Meandering, as in going off the rails? :thumright:
  4. i must stay on track also :thumbdown: :thumbdown: :thumbdown: :thumbdown:
  5. "Staying on tracks" - new REME bit of kit for IFVs?
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  6. Can you be a deviant on the tracks?
  7. Depends which path you follow.
  8. And how far you wish to deviate.
  9. Biped

    Biped LE Book Reviewer

    God should get you back in line if you derail however . . .
  10. Stay off the Moors.
  11. Is this the train to Manchester?
  12. if you are on this part of the forum then you MUST be a bit bitter and twisted and probably deviant and possibly a trackless ex armoured farmer!
  13. Biped

    Biped LE Book Reviewer

    Farmers are generally bitter and twisted - great with soda, lousy if you've got a 200 ton train running on it.
  14. what that farmer down the road, he says i can buy a sheep for the bbq next week for 5 quid i reckon its a bargin
  15. That's debatable.