Sheet Exchange Tomorrow

#1
Right, we all know what that means so, which wild and wacky methods have you either employed of observed?

I am reminded of a rather famous corporal at the RAMC Depot some years ago who enjoyed folding a large piece of liver in two between the bars of the barrack room radiator.

There is always the Army sock and of course the lathered sponge but are they just becoming a bit passe these days?
 
#4
jarrod248 said:
18 Year old smooth arrrsed recruit?
ps if you are reading this I hope the scratch marks healed I don't know what come over me.
An 18 year old recruit possibly?
 
#7
In some tight camps it was only one sheet and one pillow case, and if a toga party was on it would be a bloke raid for resupply or at least something to exchange
 
#12
jaybee2786 said:
In some tight camps it was only one sheet and one pillow case, and if a toga party was on it would be a bloke raid for resupply or at least something to exchange
The idea was to change the bottom sheet,last weeks top becoming the bottom.Easy :?

Reality,bed stripped,two sheets on floor,sniff,sniff,sniffhold up to light,sniff again and hope you got it right. :wink:
 

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