Sh1te1

#3
Kin Hell !!
I'm seriously not jokeing when I say my right arm for some reason starts swinging when I'm in a world of my own. Blokes at work have noticed it aswell. I've noticed since the Army that I take slightly bigger paces than 'normal' people.
I thought I was just a total nobber but looks like I'm not the onyl muppet marching round the streets :D
Can't say I keep instep with people though that would make you look abit tapped 8O
 
#4
You know you have it bad when you break step to 'fall' in step with the person you are walking with :)


J
 
#5
I sometimes finish shaving...pause two three and turn smartly away from the sink, bringing the left foot in...noone sees, it's fine...
 
#6
i confess to doing the fallin into step thing with my muckers be walking to chow or out having a few socialable drinks
 
#7
I had just finished a weekend with 34 sigs and popped round the corner to the shop. There was a bit of a queue and as I waited my turn, my mind wandered back to the new drill movements we had been taught. I felt a nudge in my back, as I'd been daydreaming, the queue had gone and there was a space of 3/4 metres in front. I walked up to the counter and without any thought, I pulled off an amazing 'halt'. Cue lots of mirth and one red faced recruit.
 
#8
stabandswat said:
I had just finished a weekend with 34 sigs and popped round the corner to the shop. There was a bit of a queue and as I waited my turn, my mind wandered back to the new drill movements we had been taught. I felt a nudge in my back, as I'd been daydreaming, the queue had gone and there was a space of 3/4 metres in front. I walked up to the counter and without any thought, I pulled off an amazing 'halt'. Cue lots of mirth and one red faced recruit.
lmao, that sounds so embarrasing and i cant help but laugh at you. It seems just the sort of retarded action i would pull off in public.
 
#9
Oh it's funny NOW bradders. But then... oh my God. I just wanted to fall down a big fcuking hole.
 
#10
Even when I was a Cadet......

2 week annual camp, or any longer away from home than a weekend, and I started falling into step with anything else on the pavement.
 
#11
stabandswat said:
I had just finished a weekend with 34 sigs and popped round the corner to the shop. There was a bit of a queue and as I waited my turn, my mind wandered back to the new drill movements we had been taught. I felt a nudge in my back, as I'd been daydreaming, the queue had gone and there was a space of 3/4 metres in front. I walked up to the counter and without any thought, I pulled off an amazing 'halt'. Cue lots of mirth and one red faced recruit.
:lol: Reminds me of many a conversation whilst in training about how much drill we were doing and the fact will be automatically doing drill at Asda checkout and you managed it 8O
I bet the civvies around looked at you gone out.
 
#12
drill is brill ...................................................

you all know the rest.
 

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