Discussion in 'Int Corps' started by CombatBooBah, Feb 20, 2004.
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sorry just had to ask
Who's been speaking about the dark side?
******* great is what it is.
Alternatively it is used to describe the pasty faced geeks who listen to foreign language conversations all day hoping to gain an insight into how to pick up members of the opposite sex
Oooh, that's harsh.
Maybe harsh but its not yet been denied
Dunno why it's called the Darkside. it's quite light and airy inside really
Resistance is futile
Pasty faced and spotty?
not really thaty intresting then
the same Hero's who came up with the russian penpal threat
Ha - the Cyprus geeks...
I'm now on the 'Dark Side' - wiff Hitler, Lord Lukin and that missing B52 and missing my G/F Bavmarda
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The 'Dark Side' is the opposite to the 'Light Side' on that war winning bit of kit that used to be called 'Jungle Tape' or 'Black & Nastie' but is now just known as 'The Force'!
The 'Dark Side' provides strength and support required to repair everything from Combat Clothing to Tanks. It also provides a shiny surface ideal for writing on in Chinagragh pencil, making it useful for labeling people, kit and vehicles.
The 'Light Side' provides the sticky surface that will stick to everything whether you want it to or not. It is so sticky that even when you want to remove 'The Force', you may get rid of the 'Dark Side' but there will always be some of the 'Light Side' left behind.
Why is it now called 'The Force'? Well I don't know if it was the possible PC implications of using names which include the words 'Jungle' or 'Black', despite their innocent application. I think it's because of Star Wars..... there 'The Force' is used to achieve great things. But the main thing to remember is that "The Force has a dark side and a light side, and it holds the Universe together!"
Voi nye ponimayetye, voi pizyetzi!
sod the dark side, get some slipstream......sad gits
Its the light side for me
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