The other half and I were watching some of the backlog we've got recorded on the Sky planner, as saturday evening TV was particularly shite, so were watched Our Girl. Afterwards she was telling me how back in the early 80s, her mother frogmarched her 16 year old brother down to the recruiting office to get him 'signed up'. Which he duly did and spent the next 12 years as a sapper. She then tells me that 2 years later her mother did the same for her, only to be knocked back as she was underweight! For the next 6 months her dad made her drink two cans of Mackesons a day, but when the went back again, she was still underweight. Does anyone in this obesity epidemic these days get knocked back for being underweight anymore ?