TAB-ing - How do you do it?

Discussion in 'The Training Wing' started by Knightwars4, Apr 1, 2011.

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  1. My apologies if this is posted in the wrong section.

    So how do you physically perform a Tactical Advance to Battle?
    I've Googled and it came back with nothing.
  2. Ask your PSI
  3. left foot forward, right foot forward, repeat as required.
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  4. I'm ACF. Nuff' said.
  5. Oh dear...
  6. You get yourself involved in a battle.

    Then advance

    ........ Tactically.
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  7. And if you can't tab, stick to yomping and work your way up.
  8. I'm not a RM.
  9. Do a fast walk in boots with weight and you have mastered it. win!
  10. You dress up in something sexy, Hot pants and nipple tassles lets say. You empty all of your power ranger toys and lego from your school bag. Fill it with weight, like the 80 pounds of **** tissue under your bed. Then find a local pedo to chase you. Tell him if he gets you he can take you **** virginity. Should not be to hard to find some one who touches kids, just speak to one of your adult instructors.

    Then you dont have to run just walk fast as the fat sweaty whizzing mess tries to catch you,find his own cock the stick it in you.

    Now go and watch Blue Peter.
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  11. haha reminds me of my skites
  12. dirtyyyyyy waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah
  13. Are you really that thick,a statement like that is guaranteed to get, the piss taken, just for being in the ACF!!!!!
  14. X59

    X59 LE

    And before long you'll conclude that whatever it's called, still just means putting one foot in front of the other quick style.

    Cue willy waving as to who walks faster.
  15. And the idea that Tab means 'Tactical Advance into Battle' is a made up bit of waltishness. The word 'Tab' is old English slang for 'foot'. It just means walking. If you ever join up you'll do plenty of tabbing. Most of it won't particularly 'tactical' or take place anywhere near a 'battle'.