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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   21/6/2012, 22:50

There must be more to tell here Gingerjim?????
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   21/6/2012, 23:02

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i used to date a wrac girl in rheindahlen, she had a tache after a night in the globe i ended up wiv a rash on my face , ps she was a brummie , ginger

I'm a bit concerned about the "W" in wrac Jim.

There wasn't an armoured regiment in the area was there ? Suspect
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   21/6/2012, 23:06

Gordon. wrote:
They tended to get singed when the petrol was ignited Laughing

I allways aspired to a decent tash. I fancied one of them like wot General Kitchener was sporting.
All I ever managed was something like Old Bill !
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 05:44

gingerjim wrote:
i used to date a wrac girl in rheindahlen, she had a tache after a night in the globe i ended up wiv a rash on my face , ps she was a brummie , ginger




And sore knees? Embarassed Embarassed
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 10:43

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And sore knees? Embarassed Embarassed


Ah! The joys of 25 pdr. drill on a gravelly parade ground !

But there was a snippit on TV recently........ when railway tunnels were hi-tech and new, before carriages had lighting, the girls would shove pins in the mouth as protection against any randy male who saw a chance to take advantage of the gloom.
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 11:27

Should this not be on a deviation thread Cartav??
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 11:48

This is becoming like "Just a Minute". Were you not issued with "Pads, Knee" David, I do believe they were on the CES?
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 11:50

Gordon. wrote:
Should this not be on a deviation thread Cartav??



Quite right Gordon ! Nobody's perfect ! Slap on wrist acknowledged !!!

Coming to the conclusion that much of the input is worthy of inclusion in a
a sort of "General" chat file where all comment, and responses such as mine. won't confuse anyone who latches on to a particular topic in the mistaken impression that the content might relate, in any shape or form, to what's on the heading.

It's easy to stray when old age diminishes the attention span !
........ ...... What were we discussing ??????
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 11:53

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This is becoming like "Just a Minute". Were you not issued with "Pads, Knee" David, I do believe they were on the CES?


Turned them in for "Pads, Incontinence" now, Shelldrake !


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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 11:54

E bay are selling them for next to nowt.Apparently with the decrease in armed forces numbers.,there are a lot less crawlers around Laughing

Could also have been used by Gingerjim.Wouldn`t have done anything for his rash but would have saved his knees.
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 11:56

"Pads, Incontinence"..That`s a blessing...You don`t need to wear dark trousers all the time.now Embarassed Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 12:03

Gordon. wrote:
E bay are selling them for next to nowt.Apparently with the decrease in armed forces numbers.,there are a lot less crawlers around Laughing

Could also have been used by Gingerjim.Wouldn`t have done anything for his rash but would have saved his knees.



And a torch!! Arrow
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 14:17

Shelldrake wrote:
This is becoming like "Just a Minute". Were you not issued with "Pads, Knee" David, I do believe they were on the CES?

Did my gun drill in Boys, Hereford.

"Pads, highly bulled toecap, protecting" , would've been much more appreciated in those days !
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 15:00

Gordon. wrote:
"Pads, Incontinence"..That`s a blessing...You don`t need to wear dark trousers all the time.now Embarassed Laughing



Not to be confused with "Pads, Obturator".
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 17:06

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Not to be confused with "Pads, Obturator".



Or "Pads Married........ soldiers for the use of "

( when Tommy's away ).
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 18:48

OH, MO!
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 19:16

i fink you lot are jealous , she wos a nice bit of crumpet, shame she was a brummie , but at least she paid for her own ticket to the globe pics , nothing at all wrong wiv the wrac ladies , but beware you never played them at hockey, it was safer facing the russians especially when their csm was playing , ginger
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 20:02

gingerjim wrote:
i fink you lot are jealous , she wos a nice bit of crumpet, shame she was a brummie , but at least she paid for her own ticket to the globe pics , nothing at all wrong wiv the wrac ladies , but beware you never played them at hockey, it was safer facing the russians especially when their csm was playing , ginger

I only ever came close to some WRAC 'ladies' when visiting the Globetrotter in Aldershot in early 1973.

We came out the pub to see a disturbance in the street after last orders.

The WRAC ladies were fighting with the male MPs ! Shocked Shop windows were kicked in !


I did get along famously though with a young lady RMP at Hohne. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 20:40

They were all lovely girls ,,,,,,,at a distance Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 20:45

Towards the end of my tenure at 7 Armd Wksp we had Wrac posted in as a clerk in the QM`s dept.
Dark skinned and rather attractive.
Pity she was married.
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 20:47

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Pity she was married

What difference did that make???
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 20:49

Her husband was bigger than me.
Born coward me, you know.
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   22/6/2012, 20:57

OOOps ...Discretion was called for....
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   23/6/2012, 16:13

Yes, smile and look, even speak, but no touchy.
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PostSubject: Re: Barracks/Army Tea.   23/6/2012, 18:53

Big Mal when were you at 7 Armd as I seem to remember a young lady who worked in the QMs department on the families/welfare side. I was at 7 Armd 82-84 - OOPs got the decade wrong in the original post. The young lady in question was in attendance at my MQ March-in, early 82, and kept telling me to refuse it as it was a tip, this I did and ended up with a great MQ, even the SSO, who allocated the quarters, agreed with me after viewing the MQ.

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