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#1 Post by Si Capon » Sat 21 Jan, 2006 9:14 pm

Anyone know the latest sitrep in regard to Dutchy having to thin out from CTC????
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#2 Post by JR » Sat 21 Jan, 2006 9:20 pm

:roll: Nothing heard yet Si..........But no doubt if anything turns up we will get the message,It may well be worth contacting some of the forum 'Nods' to get the latest.Aye JR :wink:
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#3 Post by CrouchmasterT » Sun 22 Jan, 2006 9:13 am

Word on the nodvine is that he's staying :D
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#4 Post by Dave_n » Sun 22 Jan, 2006 5:12 pm

He better be, chips and curry sauce sorts me out after a night of admin!

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#5 Post by harry hackedoff » Sat 28 Jan, 2006 7:34 pm

I`ve had the heads up on this from Si knows who, but as I`m a tad confused, this may not be the full S.P.

When Pusser used to feed you, he had seven days cash money to buy scran for guys who never stayed onboard for weekends. Effectively, seven days into five was a Good Fing. Now they have some shite called Pay As You Dine which means you won`t be getting steaks every night. Pusser still has nine-o-clockers, but maybe some of the Nods are too busy etc to go down the galley and it meant a lot of scran was wasted:-? The out of hours catering went to a contractor who was awarded on a National basis. The Dutchy wagon was seen as being outside this arrangement and was a "special case"

Dutchys has long since passed to Son Of Dutch and the personal touch went with it. Threatening to throw a ladle-full of hot fat over one of your clients is probably not good for business, especially when said client would rip your farking lungs out and shove them up your arse,but hey, a Corps Institution was being threatened. Or was it?
I`m going to sign off now but maybe Shrek The Ugly Cnut would like to throw his hat in the ring as he is that Soldier and knows what the routine is at CTC:wink:
I`m sorry old Dutch was phased out. Am I sorry about his offspring? Ask the kiddies who are down there now. :wink:
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#6 Post by beardo » Sun 19 Feb, 2006 10:39 am

Dutchies is still going strong, with me making up for 50% of his business. Dont think that pay as you dine thing is happening untill next year, but as long as the dutchmeister is there for my remaining 4 weeks I dont really care :lol:

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#7 Post by harry hackedoff » Mon 20 Feb, 2006 3:00 pm

Kinnel Beardo :o Four weeks till endex :o You must be a right Auto-Pusser now. Good luck for the last few weeks mate and well done so far. I remember when you didn`t even shave :P

Take it easy mate :wink:
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#8 Post by Commachio » Mon 20 Feb, 2006 10:48 pm

Dutchy wagon still at CTC ? From what I've heard recently I'm surprised there isn't a Starbucks and a Pret a f@#k Manger there as well.
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#9 Post by dalo » Thu 09 Mar, 2006 7:24 pm

Dutchys is still here, only been there once though, its Pretty good.
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#10 Post by beardo » Thu 16 Mar, 2006 9:50 am

harry hackedoff wrote:Kinnel Beardo :o Four weeks till endex :o You must be a right Auto-Pusser now. Good luck for the last few weeks mate and well done so far. I remember when you didn`t even shave :P

Take it easy mate :wink:
Jees that was a quick 4 weeks, did the 30 miler yesterday, doing the whole thing with a fractured foot :o which wasnt the nicest thing, still, done it all now, so a quick week of drill and thats me :multi:

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#11 Post by flo » Thu 16 Mar, 2006 11:12 am

Good effort beardo, keep your head down and crack on, who knows we may meet one day.

Bye the way folks it looks like we are coming back to logs.

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#12 Post by harry hackedoff » Thu 16 Mar, 2006 2:55 pm

Well done that man 8) Terrific effort there Beardo :wink:
Where are you headed next?

And as for you, young lady, Logs will only be a vent stop on yer way to the Lucky Land 8)
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#13 Post by druadan » Fri 17 Mar, 2006 6:29 pm

Beardo, surely a fractured foot means you get to miss most of the King's Squad bullshit, just turn up on the day in your blues and look even more hoofing than the rest of the lads cos you cracked it with an injury? That's what one of the lads in my troop did, got all the glory the little bassa 8)

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#14 Post by beardo » Sun 26 Mar, 2006 11:08 am

yeah thats pretty much what I did, did the falklands hall bit but sat out the parade, which was a bit of a proff

Off to 45 on tuesday for haggis and shoeings :o should be a laugh

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#15 Post by harry hackedoff » Sun 26 Mar, 2006 2:26 pm

Good effort, once again mate. Condor`s lovely and warm at this time of the year 8)
Here`s to you Beardo :drinking:
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