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#31 Post by flighty »

Stop taking the mick, you lot, when folk are literary dropping. :o (sic)

As a by the by, my lad did P_Coy in December a couple of years ago. He froze his knackers off but chose not to share his discomfort with the world on t'interweb.

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#32 Post by Rogue Chef »

They urinated on their own hands or each others?

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#33 Post by Fusilier »

Sounds a little kinky to me. I just use to always wear gloves and tights. :lol:
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#34 Post by Hyperlithe »

I passed out twice this morning, but then I do have a temp of 100.4, and am currently in bed fully dressed under 2 duvets and shivering my bits off...

Time for me to retire I think, night all!
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#35 Post by Fusilier »

passed out twice this morning, but then I do have a temp of 100.4, and am currently in bed fully dressed under 2 duvets and shivering my bits off...

Time for me to retire I think, night all!

I passed up on seconds on the dinner the wife cooked for me, now where's that bloody medal. :lol:
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#36 Post by timex »

PAGreenwell wrote:
London Boy wrote:Yes, maybe he means he fainted weeks ago :wink:

BTW Hannibal I did Catterick in the winter, in the real bad winter of 1980 and I loved every minute of it! So stop making it sound like hell on earth you nobber!
Yeah but us Trainee Regiment Gunners are just absolutely nails, obviously!

As for doing P-Coy in the cold, a friend of mine has also recently completed it (due to pass out this week in fact) he said his friends just urinated on their hands to warm themselves up......!

Did they take their hands out of their pockets first............. :o :o :o

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#37 Post by London Boy »

PAGreenwell wrote:
London Boy wrote:Yes, maybe he means he fainted weeks ago :wink:

BTW Hannibal I did Catterick in the winter, in the real bad winter of 1980 and I loved every minute of it! So stop making it sound like hell on earth you nobber!
Yeah but us Trainee Regiment Gunners are just absolutely nails, obviously!

As for doing P-Coy in the cold, a friend of mine has also recently completed it (due to pass out this week in fact) he said his friends just urinated on their hands to warm themselves up......!
Yea, but in my day we went round the Paras assualt course at the army garrison up the road! I don't think TGs do THAT anymore do they? ;)

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#38 Post by got1 »

[quote="Fusilier"]Sounds a little kinky to me. I just use to always wear gloves and tights. :lol:[/quote]

The one thing you don't wear is "tights" when your parachuting. :D

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#39 Post by Fusilier »

The one thing you don't wear is "tights" when your parachuting.
You sure? Go on tell the truth I promise not to tell anyone. :lol:
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#40 Post by got1 »

Sister!sister! come and see what this para is wearing :oops:

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#41 Post by London Boy »

PAGreenwell wrote:
London Boy wrote:
PAGreenwell wrote: Yeah but us Trainee Regiment Gunners are just absolutely nails, obviously!

As for doing P-Coy in the cold, a friend of mine has also recently completed it (due to pass out this week in fact) he said his friends just urinated on their hands to warm themselves up......!
Yea, but in my day we went round the Paras assualt course at the army garrison up the road! I don't think TGs do THAT anymore do they? ;)
Yeah but in my day, you're right....
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#42 Post by timex »

Just a couple of questions.......

Why piss on your hands? Stupid yes, good Idea NO.

WTF were the training team doing? Sounds like (Pardon the pun) piss poor drills by all concerned.

Finally........its not even cold yet!

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#43 Post by Paratrooper01 »

What a hattish thing to do.

Wet + cold = EVEN COLDER!!!!
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#44 Post by Sarastro »

Can't beat it if you're already piss wet through though. Spent four hours in a puddle they called an FUP outside the FIBUA village in Senny a few weeks back, with driving rain, galeforce wind, the usual joys - only warmth we got was someone taking a leak, brought a smile to my face it did.

Less so in a swimming pool of course.

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#45 Post by timex »

Still bloody poor skills...

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