Please read this if youll sign a Paysheet for Remembrance

#1
I for one feel uncomfortable with signing a paysheet for Remembrance duties. Its a sombre day and one for reflection but although we should remember the dead its important not to forget the living.

To stop me feeling guilty I usually donate my days' pay to either the RBL or H4H.

To make this easy for anyone else to do this I attach links to RBL and H4H.

Cough up, you tight gits, and get that warm, smug feeling.

Donate to the Royal British Legion

Donate to Help for Heroes.
 
#2
Bravo_Bravo said:
I for one feel uncomfortable with signing a paysheet for Remembrance duties. Its a sombre day and one for reflection but although we should remember the dead its important not to forget the living.

To stop me feeling guilty I usually donate my days' pay to either the RBL or H4H.

To make this easy for anyone else to do this I attach links to RBL and H4H.

Cough up, you tight gits, and get that warm, smug feeling.

Donate to the Royal British Legion

Donate to Help for Heroes.
Not really sure why you feel uncomfortable getting paid for Remembrance. Maybe some sort of inferiority complex. I have no such problem. However I do like your idea of donating a days pay to one of the above charities and will make a donation
 
#4
No am not getting something here, am sure it’s not something that happens in our unit, not that am aware of any way

The army pay you a days wages to work, and you want to hand that over as well.

Why do you feel the need ?
 
#7
As shocking as it is; if we didn't pay people then there would probably be very little attendance.

I always give my weekends pay to the Legion, but have avoided broaching the subject with others from my place as I'd probably go mental at the responce.

On the plus side I've found out that there's no drill for me and I'll be in my 2's. Therefore, less chance of me looking like a complete bag o'shite in 95's :D
 
#8
StabTiffy2B said:
On the plus side I've found out that there's no drill for me and I'll be in my 2's. Therefore, less chance of me looking like a complete bag o'shite in 95's :D
err there will be some drill involved numbnuts I will breif you saturday about it
 
#9
balldrick said:
err there will be some drill involved numbnuts I will breif you saturday about it
Get fucked. You'll be too busy teaching some of your numpties left and right :D

Once again, the REME to the rescue. :D
 
#10
Bravo_Bravo said:
Piss off, trying to score points.
I see being a c0ck with fcuk all constructive to say hasn't gone out of fashion (not with you anyway), do you think you have anything anyone would want to hear from you, right, thought not.....zip it and fcuk off!


I for one will be donating, even though i'm not out there freezing my aarse off for a good cause due to work commitments.
 
#11
Seeing to raise money for RBL / H4H is not constructive?

Grow up, go away you idiot.

If I'd wanted pointless misguided insults from fuckwits I'd have asked for them.
 
#12
Bravo_Bravo said:
I for one feel uncomfortable with signing a paysheet for Remembrance duties. Its a sombre day and one for reflection but although we should remember the dead its important not to forget the living.
simple answer thicko dont sign the fecking paysheet
 
#14
And donate the whole of £nil to RBL / H4H.

You call *me* thick...
 
#15
I would sign on if there was somewhere for me to go to do some rememberancing as a serving TA soldier!

There isn't anywhere for me to do so, so I'll be at church on Sunday morning in civi suit and medals and as I donate a days pay anyway to my Regimental Benevolent fund I think that's me covered.

I do agree though, that donating the rememberance days' pay to H4H or RBL is an excellent idea!

TZA
 
#16
It is imperative that you do sign in so that you are 'covered' by the MoD's 'insurance'.

What you do with the money is a matter of private conviction and as such does not need to be trawled across the internet.

We all help in different ways and to differing levels of ability at different times.

That said, if you do feel like making a public display, I can recommend this forum: http://www.arrse.co.uk/cpgn2/Forums/viewforum/f=67.html

msr
 
#17
Bravo_Bravo said:
And donate the whole of £nil to RBL / H4H.

You call *me* thick...
you can still donate the equvalant to a days pay tosser so you only donate money to H4H or the RBL if the army have paid you prat
 
#18
msr said:
It is imperative that you do sign in so that you are 'covered' by the MoD's 'insurance'.
OK sign the pay sheet but put a line threw all the little boxes so you are signed in but not getting paid
 
#19
I'll be signing a pay sheet for the weekend, I'd still turn up even If we didn't but we do. I, as I'm sure others donate to Help Them Out/H4H and I paid a large sum for 2 poppies this year.

However It's coming up to Christmas, gas bill is on the rise so I will still draw pay for this weekend and I won't be stood on parade feeling like a Scrooge because of it!
 
#20
I like the idea that those who have a second income from Being in HM Forces choose to give up a days/weekend pay to the old and bold whether it's RBL H4H or their own OCA.

What really gripes my shoite is the w@nkers who fail to attend - do they have something better to do on this particular Sunday? It should be fcuking compulsory for ALL save medical/compassionate or doing your 'real' job cases.

Those that 'choose' to stay at home, shame on you!!!
 

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