terminology

#1
Is it just me? or has anyone noticed the over use of the word SELECTION ffs,
too many people reading Andy Mcnabb methinks ..example... I'm leaving school next year and I'm thinking of applying for selection to the Army*or I,m thinking about selection to the RLC is another one,
Just a minor rant...And no I didn,t apply for selection in case any one asks whilst I was serving because I probably would have got lost somewhere between abergavenny and hereford and wouldn't have found the camp anyway.

* just say I'm going to try to join the army.

I have selected the naafi thread for this.
 

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#2
When I applied to join up back in the year <cough, cough> I went for selection at Sutton Coldfield. I'm sure it was called something like 'Recruit Selection Centre'...







Edited to add: Soapy tit-wank
 
#3
When I applied to join up back in the year <cough, cough> I went for selection at Sutton Coldfield. I'm sure it was called something like 'Recruit Selection Centre'...
I have no doubt you are correct,
But you can see the point I'm trying to make I hope?
Is the word used as a means of biggin up everything?
 

Auld-Yin

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#7
Who granted exclusive use of the word 'selection' to THEM?
 
#10
I'd never heard of THEM before ARRSE
 
#12
I'm leaving school next year and I'm thinking of applying for selection to the Army*or I,m thinking about selection to the RLC is another one,
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How old are you? How old were you when you joined this site?
 
#14
And there's me hoping this was a thread about Cadbury's Selection boxes, or even the Rowntree's Selection, Although I suppose, nowadays, it should be Werther's selection. Ah, well, back to the sweetie jar.
 
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