Pads in Bordon

#1
Is there 3 bedroom houses available at Trenchard Park Bordon
 
#2
there are and there are in St Lucia Park also, you might need to meet the criteria though as it can be a ballache getting a 3 bed, as long as you have at least 4 kids you should be ok with the dhe.
 
#4
CraftyJay said:
Is there 3 bedroom houses available at Trenchard Park Bordon
Could anyone provide advice?
Are there any.....would 3 bedroom houses be....I have X children, would suitable SFA be available in Bordon?

TWAT!
 
#5
Sorry shall I put it in defense writing next time,
you red pen ninja
 
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#7
catchyerselfon said:
CraftyJay said:
Sorry shall I put it in defense writing next time,
you red pen ninja
You tell him Jay!

(defence is what you meant wasn't it?)

:wink:
And meant to put a "." at the end of the sentence, of course. :D
 
#8
My mistake, his fault
 
#10
Jay, you utter fuckwit, this would not have been allowed under my command.....................sort your self out man!!Then have a beer and chill.
 
#11
CraftyJay said:
Sorry shall I put it in defense writing next time,
you red pen ninja
It's not DW you uneducated TiT!
It is called a grasp of the english language, coupled with grammar and a cheeky little proof read before clicking submit.

Apparently you have these skills.........entry standards into REME??

Now stop biting back, learn some manners, show some respect (not the chav kind) and jog on!
 
#13
TiT?

yes your correct

"It is called a grasp of the english language, coupled with grammar and a cheeky little proof read before clicking submit."

manners learned, respect shown, jog finished
 
#15
Can't make it too hard to pick me up, I mean entry standards aren't what the once were, and there is only so much time people can spend looking for mistakes when they have a seat to polish or a desk to jockey.
 
#17
CraftyJay said:
TiT?

yes your correct

"It is called a grasp of the english language, coupled with grammar and a cheeky little proof read before clicking submit."

manners learned, respect shown, jog finished


Actually, I believe the correct term here is, "You're", the word "your" is used when referring to an item belonging to a person, as in "is that your coat" etc etc.
 
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