Discussion in 'Waltenkommando' started by Mr_Snakey, Nov 28, 2011.
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I just had to share this....
Interesting colour scheme; WHU supporter,perhaps?
I passed a narrowboat called Blivit once while running along a tow path, a term I haven't heard outside the army.
Is it kept in a boathouse as well?
I think what he have here is a barge with a maroon lid that's trying a double bluff.
What's 'blivit' mean? Serious question.
Classic - it's even in Airborne colours !!
WHU WTF ?
One of those huge bags you keep water in.
A plump person disgracing their uniform; otherwise defined as 2 pounds of shit in a 1 pound bag, with a string tied around the middle.
Yes, I know.
PS Should be spelt blivet, it seems, US origin.
Blivet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
And there was me just about to express my outrage at yet another walt thread! lol
This would go rather nicely with it............
SAS style JUMPER with CAPTAINS RANK & ARM PATCHES! 44" chest (non- issue) | eBay
It says it sank the bismark!
Airborne narrowboat walt...
I have an Uncle called Ray who lives on a houseboat and scoots from Stanstead/harlow and broxbourne weir, but he was a chef based in hong kong
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