Service friends verses civvy friends

Discussion in 'The ARRSE Hole' started by dragknuckle, Jul 27, 2007.

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  1. I was e-maled this by a mate of mine, feel free to add your own, im sure theres quite a few more. sorry if its been posted before.
    civvy friendsl: Get upset if you are to busy to talk to them for a week.
    service friends: Are glad to see you after many years and will happily carry on the same conversationyou were having the the last time you met.
    civvy friends: Never ask for food.
    service friends: Are the reason you have no food.
    civvy friends: Call your parents mr and mrs.
    service friends: Call your parents mum and dad.
    civvy friends: Bail you out of jail and then tell you what you did was wrong.
    service friends: Would be sitting next to you saying "mate, we fcuked up, but that was a laugh. (this one is so true)
    civvy friends: Have never seen you cry.
    service friends: Cry with you.
    civvy friends: Borrow your stuff for a few days then give it back.
    service friends: Keep your stuff so long they forget its yours.
    civvy friends: Will leave you behind if that is what the crowd is doing
    service friends:Will kick the arrse of hole crowds that left you behind.
    civvy friends: Would knock on your door.
    service friends: Walk right in and say "Im home, you want a beer?"
    civvy friends: share a few experiences.
    service friends:Share a lifetime of experiences no civvy could ever dream of.
    civvy friends: Will take yoour drink away when they think youve had enough.
    service friends: Will look at you stumbling all over the place and say, "youd better drink the rest of that, you know we never waste it.".......Then carry you home and put you safely to bed.
    civvy friends: Are for a while.
    service friends: Are for life.
    civvy friends: Will ignore this.
    service friends: Will forward this to their military mates.
  2. been done too many times