Are they the ones with the white lanyard/yellow stripe on their belt because they ran away?
Genuinely, I've been round most messes in my Corps and never once have I seen cake on offer at tea time (toast and occasionally biscuits if you are lucky), and never before 1600.Coffee is for mornings.
Teatime is 16:30, toast is acceptable, as are Marmite and Nutella (if based in Germany, and looking to breed subbies carrying 21 lbs of avoidable adipose tissue, trust me on this, I have form) the latter is compulsory.
Coffe AND cake - at 15:00. Defies all known standards of civilised behaviour, and confirms every last thing ever rumoured about the work ethic (I larrf out loud) of those commissioned into tradesmen's corps.
Sort of, and it's been quite amusing. @stacker1 was getting a hammering (whilst holding his own) from @Stibbon when a load of hoods jumped in and launched a counter attack as he's, you know, our @stacker1.Excuse me, I seem to be in the wrong thread, I appear to have walked into a poo poo head handbags thread.
Of course mate, except it was you that told us all that you could only earn 27k if you left the army.Hardly a counter-attack Comrade. More of a pot-shot with a low-powered air rifle from behind a garden wall.
I've been hit harder with my son's nerf gun ...
So you didn't sayI did nothing of the sort. You made up your own version of that. A bit like practically all your responses.
Yes I said the above.So you didn't say
Why in the name of buggery pfheck would I want to hurl myself into civvy street where I haven't been since 1984 in return for probably 2/3 of the money?
Like I said, embarrassing