Stuff in food in training

#1
I started tranning ths week. Its ezier than i thort it would be; grandad's survival tranning tips have helped lots. but one of the instructers tolld us that they put stuf in the food to 'serpress our oorgies' (I fink that what he said).

Is this true? If so, i may have to reconsider. my cat needs me firing on all cylionders.
 
#2
yes it's true...they include an additive that reduces chav like behaviour, and vastly improves spoken and written english.

Also, how and why have you got internet access at 0932 in the morning if you're in training?
 
#4
Its 100% true, and reduces sexual and aggressive urges in males. The Navy has just started using larger doses of it in their food - witness the cockless display put on recently in the Middle East.....
 
#5
No ned to be narsty to sumone who has joyned to make somefink of themselfs - I read Andy Mcnabs book (he is my heero), and he did the same thing to get out of a trubbled start - so wat if my speelings bad? I have joyned to KILL for queen & cuntry.

And I am on heer cos I tore a ligament beating everyone else in the big tab at the end of week one - Grandad told me to make sure I dominated fysically from the word go, so I did. But now I have a day off sick before teh bank hol - we get tehm now, yu now.
 
#6
Lumpy, Stoopid - thanks for teh sensible answers mates. I knew not everyone would be an arrse here. is there anything i can take to reverse teh effects? my mates outside can get me almost anyfing i want - got to be carful typin that in the med cen - Ha Ha!
 
#7
You need to eat food which will counter the effects of the bromide.....Try a google search to find out the best/what you like, but they include things like chocolate, crisps, fizzy pop...Stuff thats been processed and contains translucogenic fats are best, as it bonds to the bromide, then you poo it out.....
 
#8
The bromyde is wurst.

Do yr bod a fava n spnd all yr mny in NAFFI whr thy dn't put anyfink in the food includ anyfing what mite b vaguely nutritional.

Lyts

Edited bcos im a mong spllr
 
#9
Bromide in ya tea.....an inexpensive way to get "brewers droop" national service days....
 
#10
Jeezus Lyts - I throt my spelling was bad - yu is like outraggeous m8!! Is that teh name of yur owl then? He's cool - althogh my cat would have him..
 
#11
chumpycheeks said:
Jeezus Lyts - I throt my spelling was bad - yu is like outraggeous m8!! Is that teh name of yur owl then? He's cool - althogh my cat would have him..
fnd dis on wb.

Habitat: in Britain found mainly in woodland (deciduous and mixed) and farmland. Also parks, gardens, churchyards, even cities.

Description: stocky, large round head with black eyes and broad rounded wings. Plumage is usually a rich tawny brown although greyer birds are found in northern areas. Upper parts are mottled in appearance. Buffish below, heavily streaked with brown.

Size: length: 37 - 39cm. Weight: 350 - 650g. Wingspan: 94 - 104cm.

Life-span: oldest wild bird, 18 years old.

Food: cats, small dogs, small mammals, birds.

The tawny owl is nocturnal and therefore not often seen during daylight. Its familiar hooting 'hoo hoo - hoohoo' call is usually heard at night; a loud 'kee - wick' call may be heard mainly in the autumn.
Strix is culer thn yr cat

Lyts
 
#12
chumpycheeks said:
Jeezus Lyts - I throt my spelling was bad - yu is like outraggeous m8!! Is that teh name of yur owl then? He's cool - althogh my cat would have him..
another great chimpy post! Nice. Always good for a laugh. the 'grandads survival training' bit, genius!

Ski.
 
#14
no chance m8: I hv sn me cat take wols b4 - he uses a sort of bluff 'n 'cuff techhneek: he lyes on his bak, showing the soft downey fur that looks lik a kitten, or a field vole (a big one, to be true) to the nite sky. wen the foolish hunter on winggs of silence swoops, finking he has a new meal, teh cat reverse flips to his feet - like when they fall upside down and turn over, only sort of in reverse, if you getit. At this point teh wol is committeeed, and as his clors of deaf hit the patch of grass were the soft fur was, teh cat pounces on his neck, and its game over. Anyway, no dis, but I fink you made that 'quote' up. How could a wol ever carry a cat off? its like half the body wait - doesn't make sense on teh physics side of life.
 
#15
chumpycheeks said:
no chance m8: I hv sn me cat take wols b4 - he uses a sort of bluff 'n 'cuff techhneek: he lyes on his bak, showing the soft downey fur that looks lik a kitten, or a field vole (a big one, to be true) to the nite sky. wen the foolish hunter on winggs of silence swoops, finking he has a new meal, teh cat reverse flips to his feet - like when they fall upside down and turn over, only sort of in reverse, if you getit. At this point teh wol is committeeed, and as his clors of deaf hit the patch of grass were the soft fur was, teh cat pounces on his neck, and its game over. Anyway, no dis, but I fink you made that 'quote' up. How could a wol ever carry a cat off? its like half the body wait - doesn't make sense on teh physics side of life.
its a ******* bg wol

Lyts
 
#16
Is it an urban legend or what?

My boyfriend completed his cadre not so long ago, and i received a very worrying text saying that he was broken... Luckily, there was no lasting damage- infact he was totally 'fine' when i saw him, 3 days after his cse ended.

Was he winding me up?
 
#18
Lady H

He wasnt winding you up, but may have stopped at services on his way home and scoffed some of the aforementioned foodtypes. I bet first thing he did was have a huge dump when he walked through the door - proving what I've said is true.....
 
#19
But surely on a cadre, his was all males, there is no need for that?

or is there? Oh god, is it to stop lads turning on each other?
 
#20
Thats why they started to give it to the Navy.....partly because although its legal, its not really welcome, and partly to reduce 'dry-bumming' injuries....
 
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