Sewn in creases

#1
Good evening.

Just as a random quick one, how much would you usually expect the tailors in the QM's to charge for installing a nice set of sewn in creases in a pair of C95 trousers?
 
#2
ilikechips said:
Good evening.

Just as a random quick one, how much would you usually expect the tailors in the QM's to charge for installing a nice set of sewn in creases in a pair of C95 trousers?
So are you a giver or receiver? How do you decide who's Martha / Arther? Does it hurt having a big willy pushed up your pipe?
 
#3
ilikechips said:
Good evening.

Just as a random quick one, how much would you usually expect the tailors in the QM's to charge for installing a nice set of sewn in creases in a pair of C95 trousers?
£1-3s-6d for a nice set
 
#4
ilikechips said:
Good evening.

Just as a random quick one, how much would you usually expect the tailors in the QM's to charge for installing a nice set of sewn in creases in a pair of C95 trousers?
Tailors in the QM's?? Jesus where are you?
No, No, No...last time i saw sewn in creases was in training 1988. Now i see it and think "Stab".
 
#8
Sewn in creases is so 80's

get your firkin Iron Out and use it with a bit of starch (don't forget to turn the thing on) FFS
 
#9
Sewn in creases is way too hom. Probably Muslim too. Or Jesuit. And possibly Lesbian.
 
#10
menacingboots said:
Sewn in creases is way too hom. Probably Muslim too. Or Jesuit. And possibly Lesbian.
You are so going to hell. Save me a seat, there's a good lad.

I'll be the one in sewn in creases (wtf) and the sleeves cut off my shirt (wtf). Oooh I'll have a big badge on saying "I am TA" as well.

Oh - hang on a minute........ :roll:
 
#12
You mean the army hasn't abandoned use of an iron? Thats funny because soldiers these days appear to have exchanged "Smartly turned out" for "Ally with holes."

My cousin has been in less than a year and he came home on leave this summer in kit that looked like it had been pressed with a HESH round.
 
#13
Closet_Jibber said:
You mean the army hasn't abandoned use of an iron? Thats funny because soldiers these days appear to have exchanged "Smartly turned out" for "Ally with holes."

My cousin has been in less than a year and he came home on leave this summer in kit that looked like it had been pressed with a HESH round.
Funny as f uck. :)
 
#14
The only people who I ever saw with sewn in creases were stabs and remfs. They were the same people who were likely to have zips in their combat highs,58 pattern webbing belts and their sleeves rolled up on their combat jackets.
 
#15
ilikechips said:
Good evening.

Just as a random quick one, how much would you usually expect the tailors in the QM's to charge for installing a nice set of sewn in creases in a pair of C95 trousers?
So much of a spakker that he was given a dog to do the hard graft for him...

 
#16
I remember sewn-in creaes in my lightweights back in the day (1980's).

I daresay that like flared jeans, if you persist long enough, they'll come back in fashion and you'll be one of many. 'Course as you've always been wearing sewn-ins, you'll still be seen as a tw*t :)

You'll be wanting to wear puttess next ! :wink:

*Edited to add: I feel I've just been WAH'd :oops: *

D_B
 
#17
The_Rattler said:
Sewn in creases is so 80's

get your firkin Iron Out and use it with a bit of starch (don't forget to turn the thing on) FFS
Starch?
 
#19
Rudie said:
The only people who I ever saw with sewn in creases were stabs and remfs. They were the same people who were likely to have zips in their combat highs,58 pattern webbing belts and their sleeves rolled up on their combat jackets.
So you don't think he could be onto something here? :oops: He might be tired of being sexually abused by the RSM.
 
#20
Im trying to assertain how much it is, and then prompt someone who has had it done. Who is a reg, ask them if it is worth the pain and humiliation, and the time saved ironing.
 

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