would you wear these on the p*ss?

#4
Even when I went to joannas never really felt the need to be equipped
for trauma .You have to ask yourself if your going out and feel the need
to wear something like this or designer body armour should you really be going out .
To be honest more likely get pissed have your mates do the torniquets up for a laugh and end up lossing a few limbs that way .Good idea possibly
but a bit wierd as drinking gear.
 
#6
Mr_Deputy said:
Why do americans insist on using the word 'multiple' all the frcking time :


"Useful in training scenarios and can be reactivated multiple times"

Have the words : 'many' 'several' 'repeatedly' become dirty words over there?
Reactivated repeatedly times would just sound silly :D
 

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#7
I sort of wear one all the time, except it's got barbs in it; I think it's called a cylise. When I'm not wearing that, I'm birching myself.
 
#10
I think they would be great on the piss, just tighten the tournequet and do a map of africa!
Or even better, wear them at the next Mess do, no need for an admin break.
 
#14
Out came the bold medic after Bar stool Incident in the pub, call from drinking buddy "Can you save him Doc?"

Medic reply "Yes I can save his leg but the embarrassment from Ally pants will probably kill him, godam Blackhawk if only the made them casual grey slacks another senseless death could have been prevented."

UK NHS Hospitals filled to capacity with Fashion Trauma victims, tips for survival, ask a mate does my arrse look big in these or do i just look like a big arrse.

mong typo
 

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