Screech

Discussion in 'Weapons, Equipment & Rations' started by afcass, Jun 17, 2009.

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  1. Is there a civvy supplier, as I'm not currently "in the loop". :(
     
  2. You knew someone would ask it.



    Why??
     
  3. *shudders* minging stuff.
     
  4. You do know that screech is listed as a form of torture akin to waterboarding right?

    Chally
     
  5. Pervert that I am, I actually like it......
     
  6. You will grow out of that.
     
  7. assuming that I understand the term screech correctly (it's the lemon and/or orange water flavoring crystals that are/where found in ration packs, right?)
    then I'm with him on this one, it's lovely stuff, although a pain in the backside to mix properly.
     
  8. BBear

    BBear LE Reviewer

    Civvie equivalent = Tang, available from Tescos or random chinky supermarkets.
     
  9. Are you sure about that, BB? We're talking about "screech", right?

    MsG
     

  10. Civi equivalent "ginger womens pi55"
     
  11. Gremlin

    Gremlin LE Good Egg (charities)

    Now you are just being kinky Gren!


    Although that idea does have some merits!

    I had Tang once and it wasn't that dissimilar to Screech, as long as you made it strong enough.
     
  12. Nothing is available on the open market as Screech does not constitute a food substance.

    You have to make your own with the following ingredients

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  13. What ratio exactly? I like it a bit "tart".
     
  14. Dingerr, you don't know how close to the truth you are. When I was posted in Germany, we used to use Screech to scour the kitchen floors, it used to bring up the tiles a treat, so fcuk knows what it used to do to your stomach :?
     
  15. We used to make some up in a 58 mug then leave the manky working parts of the SLR in it to soak, and they cleaned up a treat.
    Of course when we tried it with the SA80 it melted 8O