Since Leaving the Armed Forces, is your life crap?

#1
So, after leaving the armed Forces, or due to leave shortly - is your life crap, or do you have a fulfilled time post Forces Life, drinking, eating, fornicating as Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen did whilst serving under the lash of the Tara, Station WO, Fleet Chief Regulating Branch.

Discuss in simple terms of Anglo-Saxon terminology.

I know.... I need to take my Meds again this morning.
 
#2
No it's great, I've got loads of internet friends, I'm busy drinking my way through my pension and if I keep the curtains closed people can't see the filth through the windows.

Oh no hang on that's not me.

 
#3
No it's great, I've got loads of internet friends, I'm busy drinking my way through my pension and if I keep the curtains closed people can't see the filth through the windows.

Oh no hang on that's not me.

Being a dog killing alchies nothing to joke about you know.
 
#7
The ability to chose not to deal with cunts rather than having to suffer them can only be a plus.
The military doesn't have sole dibs on cunts though - I've met shed loads since signing my final clearance chit!
Oh, and to answer the OP - not at all.
 
#8
An easy way to see if your life is crap as a civilian is to look around the inside of the vehicle you are driving.

If it is a lorry, then yes, your life is crap.
 

jarrod248

LE
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#9
No it's great, I've got loads of internet friends, I'm busy drinking my way through my pension and if I keep the curtains closed people can't see the filth through the windows.

Oh no hang on that's not me.

Something you want to share with the group? We're all friends here, let's have a group hug.
 
#11
I'm having a fucking awesome time.
 
#13
No, I had a great time in the Army, mainly enjoyed all 22 years, but got out 13 years ago and have been having a great time since, although this particular 5-star hotel is a bit pish, it has to be said.
 

Trans-sane

LE
Book Reviewer
#15
An easy way to see if your life is crap as a civilian is to look around the inside of the vehicle you are driving.

If it is a lorry, then yes, your life is crap.
What about Chris Eubank? He drives a lorry while wearing tailored suits.

Admittedly he has apparently done a few cuntish things but ain we all?
 
#16
My old Chief when I left said I was destined for a park bench and cider as did my Gran, guess what I now own my own park bench, life's looking up.
 
#17
Ever since I changed my name to EL James and wrote a book about life in the RAF Regt things have looked up so £62m times yes
 
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goatrutar

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#18
My old Chief when I left said I was destined for a park bench and cider as did my Gran, guess what I now own my own park bench, life's looking up.
See, it just goes to show that it's important to have goals. You keep reaching for the sky champ.


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