Numbers of the British Army..

Legs

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#2
... I was also wondering - Who had the Army Number '1', and when was it issued?
 
#5
I think there are 32427.6 blokes in the army.One is a mincer and the other was amputated below the eyebrows in a horrific windmill related accident in Den Helder.
 
#8
Bouillabaisse said:
Aren't officers soldiers?
No, Officers is Officers. Soldiers is scum of the earth.
 
#9
VB how very right you are old man.
 
#10
ViolentBadger said:
Bouillabaisse said:
Aren't officers soldiers?
No, Officers is Officers. Soldiers is scum of the earth.
How dare you class an ORIFICE as a soldier, 2lt and Lt are there for us to laugh at and Colonels and above for us to complain about how crap they are at ironing their kit. :D
 
#11
ViolentBadger said:
Bouillabaisse said:
Aren't officers soldiers?
No, Officers is Officers. Soldiers is scum of the earth.
Your going to last long :roll:
 

Bouillabaisse

LE
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#12
The_IRON said:
ViolentBadger said:
Bouillabaisse said:
Aren't officers soldiers?
No, Officers is Officers. Soldiers is scum of the earth.
How dare you class an ORIFICE as a soldier, 2lt and Lt are there to laugh at and Colonels and above for us to complain about how crap they are at ironing their kit. :D
Don't they have a Man to do that sort of thing for them?
 
#13
devilish said:
ViolentBadger said:
Bouillabaisse said:
Aren't officers soldiers?
No, Officers is Officers. Soldiers is scum of the earth.
Your going to last long :roll:
You must be one of them damn Soldiers, an Officer would have said "you're" not "your".

We need Soldiers, who else have we got to drive the Green Goddess vehicles ?
 
#14
And most folk with a standard education would have written 'are' rather than 'is'.

People in glass houses and all that.....
 
#15
People in glasshouses should always pull the curtains before getting ready for bed.










Here's my cloakroom ticket...............
 
#16
devilish said:
And most folk with a standard education would have written 'are' rather than 'is'.
One used "is" rather than "are" for effect.

If you can't take a joke etc etc :wink:
 
#17
ViolentBadger said:
devilish said:
And most folk with a standard education would have written 'are' rather than 'is'.
One used "is" rather than "are" for effect.

If you can't take a joke etc etc :wink:
Well it got an effect, I bit, well done. :D

I like you, can I dry bum your mum? :wink:
 
#18
devilish said:
ViolentBadger said:
devilish said:
And most folk with a standard education would have written 'are' rather than 'is'.
One used "is" rather than "are" for effect.

If you can't take a joke etc etc :wink:
Well it got an effect, I bit, well done. :D

I like you, can I dry bum your mum? :wink:
Of course, Soldiers always use my mum's tradesmans enterance. :D
 
#19
Give it up son.

If you are after a uniform....get a job as a Traffic Warden....they get paid more and only get kicked in the shins......on occasion.

Ohh! And they outnumber the British Army.
 
#20
Legs said:
... I was also wondering - Who had the Army Number '1', and when was it issued?
Pontious Pilate, when he was a Lance Jack......so I'm told
 

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