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It feels like waiting for the text to confirm the dog has been put down and at the same time wondering if Dad is going to bring home a puppy. 

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4 hours ago, Mr. Tom said:

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Reminds me when me and a lad from my unit pushed a portaloo over on a Gurkha who was out on field exercise in Scotland. Were sick of them jacking on us. Were on sentry at the time and got caught by the Troop Staff Sergeant running the 40m or so back to our post. Obviously we pushed it over into the door so the poor bloke couldn’t escape. Sea of blue liquid, bog roll and Richards all around it. Ended up doing a extra 7 miles in full kit over the mountains of Gareloch Head as punishment. Don’t think we stopped laughing until we got back. That promotion course gained legendary status in the unit. 

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7 hours ago, airborne_rat_of_s6 said:

Reminds me when me and a lad from my unit pushed a portaloo over on a Gurkha who was out on field exercise in Scotland. Were sick of them jacking on us. Were on sentry at the time and got caught by the Troop Staff Sergeant running the 40m or so back to our post. Obviously we pushed it over into the door so the poor bloke couldn’t escape. Sea of blue liquid, bog roll and Richards all around it. Ended up doing a extra 7 miles in full kit over the mountains of Gareloch Head as punishment. Don’t think we stopped laughing until we got back. That promotion course gained legendary status in the unit. 

 

This seems like a brill story but I’ll be honest, I’m too distracted trying to work out what ‘jacking on us’ might’ve meant then vs now

 

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8 hours ago, Mr. Tom said:

 

This seems like a brill story but I’ll be honest, I’m too distracted trying to work out what ‘jacking on us’ might’ve meant then vs now

 

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Jacking I’m the Army means jacking it in; giving up, quitting or being selfish and not pulling your weight. The safety vehicle on runs or speed marches is often called the Jack Wagon. Used to say to lads falling behind, Jack wagon is there waiting for you. Often they would break and get on it.

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The last time it was this big was when Neil gave us a preview of the new shirt and so began the day of the baggy sleeve. It was mental. People were criticising. Grown men turned in to Gok Wan and @OWLSTALK was crying and shouting.

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28 minutes ago, Costello 77 said:

I did several times if that helps?

Had a bbq last night and think I ate too much. No word of a lie, just blocked the toilet at graves leisure centre. Code brown out on the tannoy for support to the gents.

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