Shocking news, or something that we're all used to?

#1
Doesn't this happen all the time? Oh, and since when are serving members of the armed forces allowed to give press interviews anyway?
 
#3
Bad drills, who would que for 90 mins to get into a club?
Yeah, the club must be filled with sexy student clunge to make it worth waiting that long to get in.

Or maybe the beer's cheap. He's a squaddie after all...
 
#6
Sounds like the place to go for the next ARRSE piss-up. Leave your MOD 90's behind though...
 
#7
Ding ding, tickets please for the bus. Any licenced premises has the right to refuse access to anyone without giving a reason.

Food for thought: If a lot of our Armed Forces brethren didn't behave like total cnuts when on the pop then there would be a lot less of this kind of thing...
 

the_boy_syrup

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#8
Do they give these clowns the Newspapers phone numbers to stick in their mobiles?
Fuck me 10 - 15 years ago nobody wanted Squaddies in their pub, club or daughter
At best you ended up with a bunch of blokes either naked or covered in piss and vomit or at worst a good old wild west style brawl
You got knocked back or chucked out you just wandered of in your piss stained jeans and dessies and got a kebab and went back to camp (if some passing Irishman didn't shoot you first)
At least now everyones got short hair then you stood out a fucking mile and you couldn't get in nowhere until you were 21 so you had to lie like a yank in a diet club to get in

Now it's all boo hoo I'm a hero because I'm in the Army and I must have everything I want
Just because you've ridden near the Queen and not fell off dosen't give you the right to get everything you want
Why not go to the Ferrari Garage and claim one in the name of the Queen
 
#9
I never found the behaviour of squaddies on the piss any worse than any other groups of people the same age. Louder maybe, and less likely to lose a fight, but that's it really.
 
#11
I have been to this club many times, the clunge is definitely worth the 90 minute wait.
I agree on the clunge and in my view it's bad skills/drills on a night on the pop to have your ID card on show as this is a regular occrance imx. If asked for ID, I just give the photo card driving licence.
 
#12
I agree on the clunge and in my view it's bad skills/drills on a night on the pop to have your ID card on show as this is a regular occrance imx. If asked for ID, I just give the photo card driving licence.
Yeah, and there's no date of birth on the mil ID anyway so there's no point showing it unless you're trying to get a discount!
 
#16
You might want to get it out of your wallet and have another look....
Ah, been out for a couple of years and didn't keep mine. There definitely wasn't one on it then though! Like scalieback said, it's pretty poor to have it on show if you're out on the piss anyway. Squaddies are still getting killed in the UK just for being squaddies, or have people forgotten?
 
#17
MOD90 - ARRSEpedia

Identification Card for the British Army. Can be shown to gain discounts in places like Blacks and Burger King. Can also be shown to gain discounts in pretty much every part of America.

However, be careful when flashing it about in some parts of the country as they don't let squaddies in to some drinking establishments [I wonder why?].

It is not issued to grubby students and cadets, no matter how much they whinge, or how many threads they start about wanting one to buy that super-gucci assault vest with integral baguette and brie holder.


It's like looking in a mirror
 

the_boy_syrup

LE
Book Reviewer
#18
Ah, been out for a couple of years and didn't keep mine. There definitely wasn't one on it then though! Like scalieback said, it's pretty poor to have it on show if you're out on the piss anyway. Squaddies are still getting killed in the UK just for being squaddies, or have people forgotten?
Part of the problem in my view
Sqauddies seem to think the world owes them a living after a tour
Watched some program on bouncers the other week on ITV 4 or something que 8 stone wet through bloke shouting "I've fought for my country"
They were refusing him entry because he could hardly stand and his mates were propping him up and they were actualy dragging him away agreeing with the bouncers
Per sec seems to have gone right out of the window
 
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