Military perspective advice needed!!

#1
:D Hello, im a new member so 1st post...

Anyone else in a relationship with someone in the RAF? I am and he seems to spend half his life in a mood about it - this is obviously doing my head in, but i don't want to end it as i have feelings for him (i expect abuse for saying that lol)!!!

He can't leave yet and has just moved bases.


Thanks alot

SunkissedB
 
#2
SunkissedBlonde said:
:D Hello, im a new member so 1st post...

Anyone else in a relationship with someone in the RAF? I am and he seems to spend half his life in a mood about it
WAH!
 
#3
Oh please tell me this is a wah.........
On the other hand, its a slack afternoon here in la la land........
Dear child, for your own preservation and sanity, remove this post and pop it onto the RAF site (but not after 1630 when they're closed).
But as you've asked for comment: he is in a mood about being in the RAF as he feels less than a man. You'll probably find that, in company, he will try and pass himself off as an estate agent, tax inspector or proctologist rather than confessing to being a member of the RAF. I suspect he is undergoing a crisis of confidence. Should he accept mediocrity and remain in the blue suit or should he strive mightily and seek a place in the real world? I fear that you will have noticed a slight falling off in "certain areas". Don't be unduely concerned, this is normal in members (!) of the RAF. You have been rash enough to admit "feelings" for this poor soul. If you really want to help him..... ah, stuff it. sack him. he's a loser.
 
#4
rickshaw said:
Oh please tell me this is a wah.........
On the other hand, its a slack afternoon here in la la land........
Dear child, for your own preservation and sanity, remove this post and pop it onto the RAF site (but not after 1630 when they're closed).
But as you've asked for comment: he is in a mood about being in the RAF as he feels less than a man. You'll probably find that, in company, he will try and pass himself off as an estate agent, tax inspector or proctologist rather than confessing to being a member of the RAF. I suspect he is undergoing a crisis of confidence. Should he accept mediocrity and remain in the blue suit or should he strive mightily and seek a place in the real world? I fear that you will have noticed a slight falling off in "certain areas". Don't be unduely concerned, this is normal in members (!) of the RAF. You have been rash enough to admit "feelings" for this poor soul. If you really want to help him..... ah, stuff it. sack him. he's a loser.
I can assure you there are no problems in that department lol, i was expecting some advice from some sypathetic ladies, and look what i get :roll: !!
 
#5
SunkissedBlonde said:
rickshaw said:
Oh please tell me this is a wah.........
On the other hand, its a slack afternoon here in la la land........
Dear child, for your own preservation and sanity, remove this post and pop it onto the RAF site (but not after 1630 when they're closed).
But as you've asked for comment: he is in a mood about being in the RAF as he feels less than a man. You'll probably find that, in company, he will try and pass himself off as an estate agent, tax inspector or proctologist rather than confessing to being a member of the RAF. I suspect he is undergoing a crisis of confidence. Should he accept mediocrity and remain in the blue suit or should he strive mightily and seek a place in the real world? I fear that you will have noticed a slight falling off in "certain areas". Don't be unduely concerned, this is normal in members (!) of the RAF. You have been rash enough to admit "feelings" for this poor soul. If you really want to help him..... ah, stuff it. sack him. he's a loser.
I can assure you there are no problems in that department lol, i was expecting some advice from some sypathetic ladies, and look what i get :roll: !!
I can be a sympathetic lady........ I can be whatever you want...... :twisted:
 
#7
Oh DB, you doing the caring sisterhood thing? Darn.... off to find some more harmless entetainment now...... mutter, mutter, spoilsport.... no sense of fun,.... mutter..
 
#8
SKB, if you want to talk about this " in depth" ahem, I too am in Yorkshire, and more than willing to offer a shoulder or two!!
Mind you, I suspect I will do nothing more than ridicule your choice of mate for being in blue!!!
 
#9
rickshaw said:
I can be a sympathetic lady........ I can be whatever you want...... :twisted:
Marvellous. If you could just pop your clothes on the couch over there? NURSE, THE SCREENS!
 
#11
SunkissedBlonde said:
Thanks Dozy, didnt even know that sight existed, i was told to come on here by a mate :D
With friends like that.......... :roll:
 
#12
rickshaw said:
Oh DB, you doing the caring sisterhood thing? Darn.... off to find some more harmless entetainment now...... mutter, mutter, spoilsport.... no sense of fun,.... mutter..
:D Sorreeeeeeeeeeeeeeee rickshaw, but it is in The Other Half forum - don't worry, I'm sure fresh meat will be along before too long in Lonely Hearts or the The NAAFI Bar and if all else fails you can savage the No-Post-Noras in The Gallery! :D
 
#14
SunkissedBlonde said:
Quite a laugh on here actually, forget the advice on men!!!

And i never knew being in the RAF held such a stigma........ :wink:
Ah SkB, you have been seduced by the alure of the Dark Side.......embrace the force of the cynics and the iconoclasts.... surrender to the ..... Oh, sorry, wrong sketch. Ahem.
 
#15
SunkissedBlonde said:
Quite a laugh on here actually, forget the advice on men!!!

And i never knew being in the RAF held such a stigma........ :wink:
You mean you didn't notice that Green is a much nicer colour than Blue?

Just out of interest, what part of the RAF is he in?
 
#17
piespies said:
SunkissedBlonde said:
Quite a laugh on here actually, forget the advice on men!!!

And i never knew being in the RAF held such a stigma........ :wink:
You mean you didn't notice that Green is a much nicer colour than Blue?

Just out of interest, what part of the RAF is he in?
Of course i didnt notice ahem......he's an MTD in the RAF if that helps
 
#18
SunkissedBlonde said:
piespies said:
SunkissedBlonde said:
Quite a laugh on here actually, forget the advice on men!!!

And i never knew being in the RAF held such a stigma........ :wink:
You mean you didn't notice that Green is a much nicer colour than Blue?

Just out of interest, what part of the RAF is he in?
Of course i didnt notice ahem......he's an MTD in the RAF if that helps
Ah well, drivers everywhere are a chippy lot... ;-)

<g, d&r>
 
#19
SunkissedBlonde said:
Thanks Dozy, didnt even know that sight existed, i was told to come on here by a mate :D
If the said mate invites you into the NAAFI bar for a pimms make sure you put your earmuffs on and stay clear of Gunny, biccies and Dale :twisted:

They are a nice bunch on here really and if your under Dozybints wing your in safe hands. Most the lads on here only dress as ladies when on tour :wink:

Good luck on your quest :D
 
#20
The_IRON said:
SunkissedBlonde said:
Thanks Dozy, didnt even know that sight existed, i was told to come on here by a mate :D
If the said mate invites you into the NAAFI bar for a pimms make sure you put your earmuffs on and stay clear of Gunny, biccies and Dale :twisted:

They are a nice bunch on here really and if your under Dozybints wing your in safe hands. Most the lads on here only dress as ladies when on tour :wink:

Good luck on your quest :D
speak for yourself, some 'members*' of this site do it full time now.

*or memberless
 

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