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#16 Post by nel » Fri 18 Sep, 2009 11:08 am

You'll be fine just get a train journey planner from the internet and print it off, look for the platform and away you go, also I resent the fact that my generation are softer we deal with fecking chav mongs who would stab you in the face for 50 pence or would shoot you in the back, at the very least a scenario I witnessed the other day, sitting on a bench in the middle of town(nottingham) and some lad my age (21) punched this other bloke(30) clean off his bike infront of his nan :o , then said bloke got up and beat him across the head with the bike :lol: , then that bloke got up and pulled out a fecking Dog the bounty hunter style CS gas canister :D and sprayed him and his relative in the face. I for one have grown up around shit like this most of my life and am not what you call soft. However I do have morals and enjoyed being able to play hide and seek in the local woods with 30 mates when younger without anyone holding my hand.

Our generation dont seem to be doing to bad a job out in Afghanistan do they? :D

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#17 Post by Wholley » Fri 18 Sep, 2009 11:37 am

I don't think it's a generational problem,more a governmental one.
The"Nanny"state has a lot to answer for.
I'll expound my views further if anyone is interested.
Except Flighty of course,who already knows 8)

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#18 Post by HRH » Fri 18 Sep, 2009 11:40 am

Well I have 5 and a half hours till hometime and would be interested to hear more Wholley

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#19 Post by jstagg » Fri 18 Sep, 2009 12:48 pm

The thoughts all ways worse than the Deed, try a 8hour trip from Somerset to Catterick.
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#20 Post by HRH » Fri 18 Sep, 2009 1:43 pm

Good luck for sunday
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#21 Post by flighty » Fri 18 Sep, 2009 9:03 pm

Good luck for Sunday, all and Wholley ...... get fooked!!!!! :drinking:

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#22 Post by flighty » Fri 18 Sep, 2009 9:07 pm

How about three days and nights on a train from London to Athens? Slept on the floor by the toilets.

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#23 Post by Wholley » Fri 18 Sep, 2009 9:26 pm

flighty wrote: all and Wholley ...... get fooked!!!!! :drinking:
Chance would be a fine thing :D
Try crossing the Atlantic in a small sail boat...
28 days,wet through,cold,starving,no cigarettes,no rum,boat rolling on it's beam-ends,HEAVEN!!!!!

Arrrr.....
Cap'n Pugwash :P

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#24 Post by flighty » Fri 18 Sep, 2009 9:39 pm

Cool response. :D

Got bacon and eggs going on. Bollocks y'awl!

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#25 Post by flighty » Fri 18 Sep, 2009 9:44 pm

no bloody eggs and smoke alarm going mental. Time I went to bed.

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#26 Post by flighty » Fri 18 Sep, 2009 9:49 pm

:D

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#27 Post by Tab » Sat 19 Sep, 2009 9:21 am

I wonder what is going to happen the first time an NCO bawls him out and screams at 180 decibels in his ear

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#28 Post by jstagg » Sat 19 Sep, 2009 11:47 am

Or a week and two days out of training straight to Afghan, seriously his is reeaaally scary.
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#29 Post by gunner75 » Sun 20 Sep, 2009 12:09 am

well i was 16 when i left home. namely because me and my old man were fiercly competitive and i wanted to 'show' him. but i was also very streetwise. i often hear alot of stories from older lads i.e 19 or 20 bleating about things and i genuinley think you need to get a grip mate and stop being soft.
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#30 Post by ofens » Sun 20 Sep, 2009 3:18 am

I used to feel scared of the 10 minute train ride back to camp after weekend leave.
I don't mind admitting that!

My brother once told me that at 20 years in he still felt sick at the sight of the barbed wire!

Now, this post may have been started as a joke/prank, and that's fine - tosser! - but the reality of going to basic training is still the same stressful event it always has been.
It's just we didn't have potentially anonymous internet forums to vent our feelings on before.
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