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What is the history behind wearing it on the left or right?
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Off topic but what's a tropper?
It's someone that likes tropping
I saw a homeless man today (whom i have previosuly seen eating out of a bin) wearing a poppy, i thought to myself, 'Why can't more people be homelesss', then had the thought me may be Ex mil...
Whats a tropping..?
I wear mine in my left lapel button-hole. But when in (police) uniform I wear it on the right as my radio is clipped to the left. It doesn't really matter....
I wear one in my hat (civvie) and one on whatever I can get to stay on my outer layer regardless of which side!
I wear one on my blog all year round as I always try to remember my comrades who gave everything!
One of the old boys I collect with said that it was traditional for a man to wear his poppy on his right as his medals would be worn on his left.
That's the way I roll
Did you sort your medals out?
I've just been told by a serving Group Captain that RAF personel do not wear poppies on parade. Is this true????
tropper is a tdys, dis des thik trooper with shaky hands
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