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#1
Sorry lads...one too many of the beers...can't handle my drink...got a bit lively, i know. On the Royal Navy site and my mate saw it and told me to post it. Sorry people... :oops: HS2006
 
#2
Sorry old boy, I don't get it
 
#6
Men who go to sea are seamen. A Seaman Specialist in the navy is someone who specialises in seamanship... simple as that really.

HS2006 - what's long, hard and full of seamen? A submarine.
There you go, have a little chortle at that. :D
 
#7
Oh Harrogate , i am ex RN and i am about to be one of your Instructors ,
so fecking watch out . Or are you going to snivvle to your 16 year old
bird.

Oh yes i am an ex-submariner , so what you going to say about that ?
Report to Sgt Waile@ as soon as you get up .
 
#8
I can see how it can be funny to your mate, if he/she has no interest in the armed forces and has no respect for the service men and women in the Royal Navy.
 
#9
spuncan said:
Men who go to sea are seamen. A Seaman Specialist in the navy is someone who specialises in seamanship... simple as that really.
And has the ambition to become a Leading Hand.
 
#10
My mates a bit of a dick...he's actually rather ignorant with regards to HM forces, i was on there because he said to me that RN get more money than Army upon entry...i said 'bollocks'...went on and indeed a RN recruit does get around 2 grand extra as a new entrant compared to the Army. HS2006
Edited:Maybe he's not as ignorant as i thought.
 
#11
HarrogateSeptember2006 said:
My mates a bit of a dick...he's actually rather ignorant with regards to HM forces, i was on there because he said to me that RN get more money than Army upon entry...i said 'balls'...went on and indeed a RN recruit does get around 2 grand extra as a new entrant compared to the Army. HS2006
Edited:Maybe he's not as ignorant as i thought.
This is probably because the RN abolished the rank of Ordinary Seaman a few years back (equivalent to Private) and now on completion of new entry training, you immediately become an Able Seaman (equivalent to lance corporal). Therefore the pay on entry to the RN is likely to be the same as that of an LCpl in the Army but that's just a guess.
 
#12
HarrogateSeptember2006 said:
"Seaman Specialist" snigger snigger. Childish i know. HS2006
HA HA HA................funny not, lets count how many times that has been said in the past 50 yrs :roll:

Plank
 
#15
Good luck................ribena epilates would suit you a treat. You may want to pop over to rumration, might be more helpful.
 

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#18
HarrogateSeptember2006 said:
Anya1982 said:
HarrogateSeptember2006 said:
"Seaman Specialist" snigger snigger. Childish i know. HS2006
HA HA HA................funny not, lets count how many times that has been said in the past 50 yrs :roll:

Plank
I have already explained, apologised and re-explained...it wasn't a dig at RN! HS2006

Haahahahaha !

I'm fuffed to chuck wth this.
A chav gets his come-uppance.
You are going to have so much fun with Paveway_3 and your other instrs.


Be afraid ... be very afraid...
 
#19
I will give you the rest of what you say but CHAV? I respectfully suggest that you are mistaken my fellow ARRSEr. Chavs are, surely, uneducated. I am indeed not that. Yes, my mate who is sitting here wetting himself laughing because he thinks i'm going to get the shti beaten out of me at Harrogate because of his suggestion, IS indeed a chav. HS2006
 

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