Mong Question/Statement

#1
Come on then guys, most mong question you've ever been asked by one of the sprogs.


My personal favourite has to be:


Me: Ok then troops, the coach arrives at 5.15 on Friday to take you to Camp

Cadet: Is that in the morning?


I remember once we left on a Saturday, and some kid turned up a full 12 hours before everyone else at 7am!
 
#2
Mong question? "Can I have more ice cream and a balloon, mlaaar!"
 
#3
Xplosiverab said:
Come on then guys, most mong question you've ever been asked by one of the sprogs.

My personal favourite has to be:

Me: Ok then troops, the coach arrives at 5.15 on Friday to take you to Camp

Cadet: Is that in the morning?

I remember once we left on a Saturday, and some kid turned up a full 12 hours before everyone else at 7am!
Sorry mate but the Army uses 24 hour clock.

There is certainly one mong involved in the exchanges you relay.






























Fcuking clot.
 
#4
Lol.....I hold my hand up that I was probably licking the window on that occasion. The 12 hour incident was when I was a cadet however, not my fault then! :D
 
#5
How about:

Cadet: Ma'am, can I share a basha with you? 8O

Female officer: Er, no
 
#6
I was once asked what was the most mong question I've ever been asked by one of the sprogs.





:lol: :lol: :lol:
 
#8
Xplosiverab said:
Ill get my coat then.
Class.

I like people who know their limits.

:wink:
 
#10
Whilst manning a platoon attacks stand for a group of miniwalts I was approached by a young Walt who asked...

"Will the enemy be using real bullets"

I tutted in his general direction and replied.

"Yes But they are really good shots and will only shoot over your head"
 
#11
One mong spacey pointed to my name badge on my smock and said:

Cdt Inbred: What's that for, Sir?

WALT: It's my name badge Cdt Inbred!

(he then mouths Wuh-Ah-Luh-Tuh, proving he can at least read!)

Cdt Inbred: So....(sound of brain cells popping and dying of exhaustion) Whats your name then, Sir?

He is likely to make corporal in the next six months too!
 
#13
Instructor: We are running two camps in the next fortnight, one is £12.50 and the other is only £3.50
Cadet: Siiiiiirrrrrrrrrrr..... how much is it for the £3.50 weekend please?

DOH!
 
#16
One from this Easter Camp related to me by one of my staff:

At start of camp we have a safety brief and rather living in hope of good weather we raise the topic of sunstroke, drinking plenty of fluids, suncream, shade etc etc.

Later that first evening:

Cadet: Sir! I fink I as got sunstroke.

Him: Hardly likely as it has been a long, cold, dull and wet day and due to the weather you spent most of it indoors.

Cadet: But I is really tired an that an I as an eadache an that.

Him: What time did you go to bed last night?

Cadet: We never sir, we just stayed up all night.

Him: Well there is your answer then.

Cadet: So does that mean I does have sunstroke or what then sir?

Him: Well done now feck off to bed.

DOH!
 

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