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Lampoc    562
58 minutes ago, vinn said:

i was in an older army.  the food was in little tin cans ;  and you were issued a can opener.  if you lost the can opener,  use your bayonet.

Yeah? Well we used to hunt our own food with bayonets and cooked whatever we caught over an open fire. No catch - no food. So there.

 

 

Oh wait, I'm in the RAF so of course I can just order room service while away :laugh:

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fastmongrel    278
1 hour ago, Lampoc said:

Yeah? Well we used to hunt our own food with bayonets and cooked whatever we caught over an open fire. No catch - no food. So there.

 

 

Oh wait, I'm in the RAF so of course I can just order room service while away :laugh:

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Lampoc    562
1 minute ago, fastmongrel said:

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The first 2 are definitely true. I'll have to take someone elses word on the 3rd picture.

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Lampoc    562
On 9/12/2017 at 22:33, Teg62x said:

What is us squaddies say. 

The Army  digs in and the RAF check in. :whistle:

I wouldn't have it any other way :tongue:

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