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#2
Having earned a few of those certificates I think its quite apalling that you can just buy your own. Unless I have a catastrophic house fire or flood my certificates are always going to be safe because I have worked hard for them so can't quite fathom why legitimate others would need replacements?. Also i keep mine in a folder and not on public display.... (although actually I might hang them in the downstairs loo at my new house thinking about it)

PoGs
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#3
Having looked at the samples flashing up on the screen 3 things occured to me.
Firstly, surely you would want replacements that acutally resembled the originals in some way and didn't look as they they were imagined.
Secondly, there are some proper bullshit certificates in there.
Finally, who buys this shit, indeed it seems people will buy any old shit.
 
#5
I suppose if you were trying to be head of security for your local Burger King or night club they may help, what they could not do is stop you being a fat useless walting cnut.
 
#7
Have they got the 'passed' Army Catering Corps Chefs course diploma?
Rarer than hen's teeth that one.
 
#9
Have they got the 'passed' Army Catering Corps Chefs course diploma?
Rarer than hen's teeth that one.
Which One you Pillock!! ask some of the catering staff for the royal family, some of them are ex ACC allthe royal wedding and christening cakes made by army chefs, our A1 diploma was classed higher than the highest civilian catering qualification, when Phil the greek gets out of hospital, give him a ring and ask him about the scoff in the royal tent at Royal Ascot week !1966 , yours truly was the supervisor along with Super scouse!! and I considered myself to be an absolute crap chef!wait a mo while I get my bucket of sand out, tell a few Rechie mech and sapper stories, you had to eat our mistakes , RE mistakes cost millions!
 
#10
cheers OP this is going to help my Cv out no end and bring me nearer to the much coveted McDonalds 5th star. Just a pity the panzer painting and area sweeping certificates aren't available still might be better having a medal instead.
 
#11
Which One you Pillock!! ask some of the catering staff for the royal family, some of them are ex ACC allthe royal wedding and christening cakes made by army chefs, our A1 diploma was classed higher than the highest civilian catering qualification, when Phil the greek gets out of hospital, give him a ring and ask him about the scoff in the royal tent at Royal Ascot week !1966 , yours truly was the supervisor along with Super scouse!! and I considered myself to be an absolute crap chef!wait a mo while I get my bucket of sand out, tell a few Rechie mech and sapper stories, you had to eat our mistakes , RE mistakes cost millions!
Don't bite much though do you?
 
#12
I love the idea of THEM issuing a certificate of having passed selection. Yeah, cos that's what it's all about, isn't it?
You may scoff but the shame of rocking up to your parent regt after being RTU'd is nothing compared to watching that certificate fed into the shredder and the ribbon pulled out of your typewriter!!
 
#13
Which One you Pillock!! ask some of the catering staff for the royal family, some of them are ex ACC allthe royal wedding and christening cakes made by army chefs, our A1 diploma was classed higher than the highest civilian catering qualification, when Phil the greek gets out of hospital, give him a ring and ask him about the scoff in the royal tent at Royal Ascot week !1966 , yours truly was the supervisor along with Super scouse!! and I considered myself to be an absolute crap chef!wait a mo while I get my bucket of sand out, tell a few Rechie mech and sapper stories, you had to eat our mistakes , RE mistakes cost millions!
We had to bury ours.
 
#15
Which One you Pillock!! ask some of the catering staff for the royal family, some of them are ex ACC allthe royal wedding and christening cakes made by army chefs, our A1 diploma was classed higher than the highest civilian catering qualification, when Phil the greek gets out of hospital, give him a ring and ask him about the scoff in the royal tent at Royal Ascot week !1966 , yours truly was the supervisor along with Super scouse!! and I considered myself to be an absolute crap chef!wait a mo while I get my bucket of sand out, tell a few Rechie mech and sapper stories, you had to eat our mistakes , RE mistakes cost millions!
The Emperor Mongs latest love child speaks.
 
#19
Dear Mr Nignoy - I would remind you that the ACC has turned out a few brahmers, too.

On a short detachment in Lisburn a long time ago, I remember - on successive days - having apple crumble [not bad], peach-flavored crumble [not sure about that one], essence of rhubarb crumble [tasted like, and perhaps was, celery] and the piece de resistance - corned beef crumble.

What an imagination the cook-house sergeant had - enough to put him top of the pile in the TV's foodie competitions.......

tac
 
#20
Didnt seem to see the All Arms B1 Brush Op Course.
 

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