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BaldricksBullet said:
All sad officers take one step forward....
officers, brilliant - dont you just luv em
 
#4
I'm trying to get my head around actually having sex with the kind of guy who puts a personal ad in Country Life, and I just cannot do it.
 
#6
It was the taste in both films and heroes that got me.

How are we going to win a war fought on two fronts against an implacable foe, whilst led by officers whose favourite films are moronic, multiplexed, Hollywood pap and whose heroes are TV chefs?!!

I ask you! Whither the art-house? Whither the European cinema? Whither hard core XXX porn?

Herrumph!
 
#7
Jaysus! There are some desperate Faces in there, innit. Have to say I snorted when I saw one name... step forward, Mr Tuggey!
 
#8
Ellie would get it, though she would have to have her teeth ground down a bit before I let her have the pleasure of giving me a BJ!

All that interbreeding .......
 
#11
Sluice_dweller said:
Dare I ask what you were looking for to find that link Gooseman, unless you have taken to reading the Telegraph!!


Always had you down as a Sun man :)
a man of my caliber sluicey, its got to be the telegraph - only read the sun for the sport - cough cough splutter :wink:
 
#12
There must be something wrong with me but I've got a bit of the horn for the first chap, Philip Kaye. He can ride my polo ponies anytime! :-D

TY - countrylife is my pornography!
 
#15
spoomo said:
the Lt's hobbies seem a little sinister...

Pastime: Stalking, polo
So he likes sneaking up on sweets, what’s wrong in that.
 
#16
Good Grief Neu Arbeit and Red Ken will be loving that. These people come across as the caricature upper class twits that they fuel their Class War on;

'BERTIE' - straight from Jeeves or Bideshead
From: Berkshire enough to justify execution
Favourite Film: Top Gun (although I feel that A River Runs Through It would inspire Country Life readers more, and, let's be frank, it is a corker) - Public School slip showing I'm afraid
Favourite pastime: Shooting and surfing - have not yet tried to combine the two - Just like the Royals although handy where he is
Hero: Muhammad Ali and Ranulph Fiennes -Ali good proves multicultural leaning but totally wiped out by that bastion of the aristocracy Fiennes and his clan
Favourite building: Guards Chapel FFS!
Favourite place in the UK: Trebetherick Beach, Daymer Bay - too close to Rock

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GEORGE PETER HAY AITKEN - named after animal winter fodder and a bloody Tory
Rank: Lieutenant
Age: 24
Regiment: 4 Rifles, previously 2nd Bn The Royal Green Jackets
From: Slinfold, West Sussex another bastion of that lot
Favourite film: Dances with Wolves No to cerebal
Favourite pastime: Travelling with my girlfriend, Hannah Why not Trace or Chewlsee?
Hero: Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall - FFS
Favourite building: The Pantheon in Rome or Dover Castle - Good Grief
Favourite place in the UK: Gloucestershire Anywhere near where half the Royal Family live?
 
#18
western said:
Good Grief Neu Arbeit and Red Ken will be loving that. These people come across as the caricature upper class twits that they fuel their Class War on;

'BERTIE' - straight from Jeeves or Bideshead
From: Berkshire enough to justify execution
Favourite Film: Top Gun (although I feel that A River Runs Through It would inspire Country Life readers more, and, let's be frank, it is a corker) - Public School slip showing I'm afraid
Favourite pastime: Shooting and surfing - have not yet tried to combine the two - Just like the Royals although handy where he is
Hero: Muhammad Ali and Ranulph Fiennes -Ali good proves multicultural leaning but totally wiped out by that bastion of the aristocracy Fiennes and his clan
Favourite building: Guards Chapel FFS!
Favourite place in the UK: Trebetherick Beach, Daymer Bay - too close to Rock

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GEORGE PETER HAY AITKEN - named after animal winter fodder and a bloody Tory
Rank: Lieutenant
Age: 24
Regiment: 4 Rifles, previously 2nd Bn The Royal Green Jackets
From: Slinfold, West Sussex another bastion of that lot
Favourite film: Dances with Wolves No to cerebal
Favourite pastime: Travelling with my girlfriend, Hannah Why not Trace or Chewlsee?
Hero: Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall - FFS
Favourite building: The Pantheon in Rome or Dover Castle - Good Grief
Favourite place in the UK: Gloucestershire Anywhere near where half the Royal Family live?


....and more power to them both I say, especially if they get up the noses of envy-driven class warriors like Livingstone and the shower in New Labour.

You'll notice that there is a distinct absence of such class warriors in the Forces, unlike the 'upper class twits' they so hate. The only reason Livingstone et al are even free to spout their sh*te is because such 'upper class twits' (an oft-used, yet ill-defined term it has to be said...) and working class squaddies (whom New Labour condescend to, believing they're being magnanimous and in touch with their 'base') are prepared to put their necks on the line, unlike the inevitable rabble of left-wing whingers who will doubtless start frothing at the mouth if or when they see this article.

Rah, rah, chaps and chapesses!
 
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#19
Where are Nobby and LBdr Pigshagger from the MT who are looking for meaningful relationships and long walks in the countryside? They didn't even get a mention.
 
#20
Gallowglass, I'm with you it's exactly what held the square at Waterloo and led the lines across the Somme.

Lefties will never understand that or the fact that we didn't run when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbour!
 

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