For all those of you who have begged me for my life story, here it is. I was forced to join the army at a very early age, by a judge who told me it was the army or jail. Because I had killed a man. No, wait, it was three men. They were part of a gang of about thirty, who were threatening this sweet little old lady, and trying to steal her purse. Now I may only have been 15, but I had been trained to fight by a miner from Byker, who had learned to fight during war. Anyway, I launched myself at these yobs ( word hadn't been invented then, but I thought it up) and tore into them. I punched and kicked all 40 of these guys, and when they were all down, I realised that some were dead. I was a little bit worried, but luckily, the old lady I saved had a young daughter who was not only a barrister but a beautiful and sexy woman. To thank me for saving her gran, she not only shagged me in a hundred different ways, but defended me in court. When I won my case, this 34 year old lovely took me to her luxury penthouse in Blaydon and introduced me to her 19 year old bisexual friend, and they both made mad, passionate love to me.. When I left for the army, they begged to come with me, but I left them, crying. At the recruiting office, the sergeant told me I was too good and too hard for normal units, so offered me a comission in the elite and very secretive Commando Raiding Air Platoon, of the even more elite 9th Special HALO Intervention Team. These were the people that SAS turned to when the job was too difficult for them. I turned down the commission, figuring I would rather be a mere soldier than an officer. So I started my training, specialising in Sniper Knife-throwing and underwater crossbow work.The biggest problem I had during my 6 weeks of training (cut short because I aced everything in a very short time) was fighting off the women who clamoured for my body. And the disgusting things they were willing to do, just to spend a little quality time with me, not to mention the money they wanted to spend on me. But I won't bore you with more details of my life and career. Yet.