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RMR Mersey intake (includes Manchester & Birmingham)

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RMR Mersey intake (includes Manchester & Birmingham)

#1 Post by Antubis »

If you live near (or sort of near) Manchester, Liverpool or Birmingham, there is an RMR selection next week 17th-19th September - You'll need to phone the Recruiting Sergeant asap on 0151-707-3346 to get in at this late stage
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#2 Post by Antubis »

Final couple of days now lads - For those who are going.... Good Luck

You can rest easy knowing that my troop will be freezing our t*ts off and p*ss wet through off on a weekend elsewhere.... Oh and getting thrashed :P

We can rest easy knowing you've got it all to come ;)
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#3 Post by rabby »

Antubis wrote: You can rest easy knowing that my troop will be freezing our t*ts off and p*ss wet through off on a weekend elsewhere.... Oh and getting thrashed :P
You'll be glad to know you're not the only one, wet and dry for the new 1A Jocks this weekend. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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#4 Post by Antubis »

Whoa-ho! Nice ;)

We had to do wet and dry in Leek back in March when there was still snow on the ground - A bit of an eye opener I can tell you!

Everyone in 1B is preparing their 'Nod war dits' ready for the new skin....

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Antubis wrote:
"Ticks ? I had hundreds of them all over me"

;)
You sound like an exam paper written by some body who knows all the answers! :D

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#6 Post by adidev »

Ferk ,get a life .RMR.Join the real thing be a bootneck full time,its the only way to go.

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#7 Post by Chester »

adidev wrote:Ferk ,get a life .RMR.Join the real thing be a bootneck full time,its the only way to go.
You can't comment for something you haven't experienced.... unless you've been in the RMR ?
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#8 Post by Foxtricks »

Adidev full respect to you mate but Rubber daggers have alot of regulars that go outside and still want to be attatched, as well as civis aspiring to become an 'underwater knife fighting guru'. There seems to be a good spread of regulars and civis and this keeps standards to an exceptable level.
I understand what you are saying about being full time but cut the lads some slack eh..

Foxy..

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#9 Post by adidev »

Yep! You are right Foxy about me cutting some slack'
When posting those last dits I must have been wearing my 'angry outfit' clothes or something like that.All total bollix.
I have been out of the UK and and the corps far to long to make fair comment on either of these subjects.
So I shall give myself a fair good head slapping and warble off into the distance.
Aye Dave

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