Thank you for your service
You jest but I've just seen a Facebook post from an aquaintance who is pictured saluting a war memorial with a "Sir Captain Tom Mr Moore I salute you RIP etc." caption.We shall drink together in Valhalla as brothers in arms.
Stand down warrior and rest your shield for you have done your duty.
Is that ok?
Your acquaintance requires a swift headbutt to relieve him of his hysterical cheesy outbursts.You jest but I've just seen a Facebook post from an aquaintance who is pictured saluting a war memorial with a "Sir Captain Tom Mr Moore I salute you RIP etc." caption.
I have postponed my proper Capt. Sir Tom remembering until the Danbury Mint create a wonderful limited edition Capt Sir Tom Anniversary Memorial Commemorative to display alongside my hand-numbered, limited edition folio honouring “The People’s Princess”.
Now that would be state sponsored proper remembering but nowhere near as mawkishly tat as Danbury Mjnt offerings. Definitely too upmarket for Sun/Star/Mirror/Mail/Express readers. Where do I send my money for Royal Mint Remembering?**** the Danbury mint, when the Royal mint might be on the case
Don’t you mean ‘Double Zimmer’?Well, at the next remembrance ceremony I attend, not only will I have my extra large veteran's badge / poppy(s) and my medals-I'll also be using crutches to honour this great man.
Does anyone know how to salute with crutches? A new drill book ought to be written.
I was thinking maybe a 'Double Rimmer' style waving of the right hand crutch would be rather classy.