How on earth do the Coronation Street writers and producers expect us to believe or sympathise with the character Dean Windass and in particular his portrayal of an Afghanistan veteran with PTSD? He has supposedly been blown up on his first tour of Afghanistan and seen a close friend killed in the subsquent fire fight right before his very eyes. A friend, I might add, that had saved him during the initial blast. Now all of this I am not disputing. What I do find highly unbelievable is that fact he ever joined the army in the first place. This is mainly due to the lack him dropping in key phrases when he talks in everyday conversation. Phrases like: "Happy Days", "Squared away", "Scoff was shit" and "I'd smash that bird in a wheelchair back doors in big style" or by the fact he fails to utter a single civvy-confusing Army abbreviation. A strongly worded letter to Points Of View is on it's way I tell thee.