The famous army Whaaa

#1
Anyone who doesn't know what the whaaa is, don't ask, you'll find out soon enough in this forum or when you join the army. If i tell you, you'd probably whaaa me.

The point i wanna make here is:

Does it pi55 you off?

Are there people who use it too often?

Would you love to punch them?

What classifies as a whaaa?

Are people really using it properly?

Debate is on, let everyone know ure thoughts on the famous, morale boosting or de-moralising whaaa.
 
#3
Jock_Bhoy said:
Anyone who doesn't know what the whaaa is, don't ask, you'll find out soon enough in this forum or when you join the army. If i tell you, you'd probably whaaa me.

The point i wanna make here is:

Does it pi55 you off?

Are there people who use it too often?

Would you love to punch them?

What classifies as a whaaa?

Are people really using it properly?

Debate is on, let everyone know ure thoughts on the famous, morale boosting or de-moralising whaaa.
Is that a whaa?
 
#7
Is that the same as a 'wah'?

msr
 
#10
Jock_Bhoy said:
Anyone who doesn't know what the whaaa is, don't ask,
Why can't I ask about a whaaa, can you eat it ?
 
#12
dan_man said:
My walt senses are tingling....
Walt my arrse!

I'm fed up with people using the whaaa, cos it really pi55es me off.

Yeah, people that use whaaa, are walts. Seems to be mostly from techs.

Wanted to see how far the whaaa has spread in our army that seems to be full of walts
 
#13
Whaaa is a whaaa?
It's p1ssing me off and I dont even know what it means.
 
#15
In the mid 80s there was a thing called the "Cheers Easy!". Much more impressive and entertaining than the 'modern' Whaaa.
 
#17
so if I am a 'walt' and I use whaaaa it will allow me to access the benifits that real squaddies have?
 
#18
polar69 said:
A techie once "Whaad" me , I was confused so I punched him
Good drills, punch more of them
 

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