yet another Thread about you know whos

#5
Another chance for the Corps to be proud of itself so why is it the point they keep coming back to is that she was sent on the wrong course.

Reading the joining instructions would have helped I suppose! That said well done for getting stuck in.
 

qman

War Hero
#6
goon

don't make it sound like something it wasn't!

for those not in the know I said that RLC hadn't given me a single trade related certificate worth wiping my arrse on.......but then thought better of it!
 
#7
ok.....like i said, i didn't get chance to read it!

Have you got a driving licence courtesy of pusser? If so, then its more than me!
 

qman

War Hero
#8
goon_bde said:
ok.....like i said, i didn't get chance to read it!

Have you got a driving licence courtesy of pusser? If so, then its more than me!
You can have mine I can't think of anything more soul destroying, than driving in Britain. BUt yes I did get it courtesy of the 'Pusser's issue'.

Didn't have you down as the Matelot type! :D
 
#10
Yeah but wrong course???, can a AT that knows her confirm this so she doesnt look like a complete Doris!

Big cheer for what she did but every course i have been on you get some sort of Joining Instructions and course program on day 1. I would of been worried when i spotted "Day 2 0830hrs big green EOD suit fitting"!!!

And please Mr AT's, dont berate me for the guessing of your course content but you know where im coming from! :wink:
 
#11
Henry you must remember that time when you asked the Cse Instructor why the Feck he was talking about fuel when you were on what you thought was your demolitions course with the RE? Oh how we laughed as you doubled round Fairfax with a jerrican above your mullett. Clearly this happens all the time and not just to the Pet Op fraternity.
 
#12
Fair play to her for winning the award. Did anyone see ITV news this evening about the story. I am sure she had her TRF on the wrong arm. Anyone else see or was it my eyesight again? :slow:
 
#14
I know her, but don't know if she went on the wrong course.

Anyway, well done Richie. :)




(Of course we all went on the wrong course though didn't we, just popped in the Recruiting Office to look at the pictures and before we knew it had been dead legged and signed up to something that seemed like a good idea at the time).
 
#15
General Melchett said:
(Of course we all went on the wrong course though didn't we, just popped in the Recruiting Office to look at the pictures and before we knew it had been dead legged and signed up to something that seemed like a good idea at the time).

oh yes.....

(said in the churchil dog voice!)
 
#17
I, for one, have sympathy; its easily enough done. I once received a set of joining instructions for a course that was designed to “prepare newly commissioned officers for Regimental Duty in the RLC” I’m still not sure what the title of the cse was but it clearly wasn’t running with that stated aim in mind!!
 
#18
I did a similar course supposed to train ordnance officers for captain's duty. I learned to sleep all day and drink my own body weight each night.

Edited to add "well done Richie" - and she did sort of end up on the wrong course, but it was a complicated story which most journalists wouldn't understand.
 

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