Obviously, Roadcraft doesnt cover driving on ice.

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  1. On site, one couldn't resist the temptation of giving the tyres a slap and going whhheeee
  2. "Just can't get the staff these days"!

    I am informed that here in Lincolnshire, some drivers are CIVVIES!
  3. I know the police sometimes think they're above the law, but above the laws of physics is stretching it.
  4. I thought, legally speaking, all Rozzers were "civvies" ? Maybe I went to the wrong brain factory.
  5. Surely the driver should be slipped the bill. I'll get me coat. :oops:
  6. The ones in Lincolnshire are, because they certainly don't act like Police Officers should.
  7. Biped

    Biped LE Book Reviewer

    To be fair, that road looks like one big sheet of solid ice . . . . . but you won't get more grip driving upside down.
  8. Bootie - def. A shamefaced person in uniform who exits a sorry mess via the boot.
  9. We pay council tax and the council only grits main roads - cnuts.


    Perhaps they should grit the coppers then!
  10. Well I bet they were gritting their teeth when the chat without coffe or chair came up!
  11. Someone had to come along and have a good moan. It wouldn't be Arrse unless there was at least one red in the face miserable bastard on each thread. Careful, Jarrod. I think you're turning into a grumpy old man. It'll be erectile and prostate problems next for you, old chap. :wink:
  12. Is that you moaning about someone moaning then? :wink:
  13. Well, every outrage bus needs a conductor.
  14. Oh, of course. I forgot that you're a nurse and have access to that Viagra cabinet. :D