Most chipiest thing you have ever seen ??

As it sais in the title From people doing PT with the weapon strapped to there Bergen to zips in boots Etc……
Mines got to be some fella doing safety for us in BATUS on his helmet he had big massive SGT chevrons above his name tag on helmet. On his smock arm SGT chevrons, three chevrons on his rank slide and not forgetting his name tag!
So the lads took it upon them selves to call him every rank apart from SGT and he never got on to it!


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zxninerpilot said:
I had a fish supper once. That was quite chippy.
I drove past a chippy last night.
I have personnaly witnessed a senior man within my unit, carrying his rifle around in a plastic bag complete with black and nasty to keep it thats chippy!!


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I saw a bloke by the workshops the other day, he had a hammer, nails, saw and spirit level, all in a really old and battered canvas bag! He was a chippy.
I can just about spell my own name dont worry about it! like being in school here some times ! so how do you spell it then? Auto spell let me down again :oops:
The correct phrase would be "What is the most chippy thing you've seen?"

I would go for big glass and metal counter with pies and battered sausages inside.
How about a dictionary definition of Chippy?

Its one of those words you just can't describe.....
There ws a female staffy in germany who we'll call Rose (for that was her name). Rose had received a BEM for deeds unknown. She got into the habit of putting BEM after name on even the most trivial thing so the SSM got her some name tags made up with *** BEM on them AND THE SOFT COW HAD THEM SOWN ONTO HER KIT-laugh - oh we did

edit to add-By the way the title of the thread should be chippiest or most chippy-not most chipiest....exits left in warm glow of pedantry
As every good northener i had a chippy tea on friday cant get more chippy than that.
I knew a lad that was happy all the time he was chipper. Does that count?


Remember the smaller version of The Chopper back in the 70s?

That was a chipper so must count.

Much like the smaller version of a Grifter was called a boxer!
Berets rolled up and carried around under eppaullettes ( forgive the spelling if it's incorrect - you pedantic chippy knobbers ) is pretty damned chippy.

Chippies with burned down and beeswaxed boots that have never been worn are pretty chippy. Especially when they wear them for the first time and all their hard work cracks and crumbles into little black fragments on the square......... now that's chippy.

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