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Offline Mr. Gigglesworth

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Re: Wearing issued boots in civy
« Reply #25 on: February 04, 2014, 16:32:05 »
Do airsofter fashionistas drive Harleys?   >:D

The ones I was referring to didn't. Although I'm sure they pretend they do.

And a shagga-delic looking boot they are!!   

Of course, ensure you have your Yukon hat, *1 size to small* floodie DEU pants and matching stretched tight DEU sweater (if you got it, flaunt it...even if "it" is a bought-and-paid- for Muffin Top/shitlocker), and you are all set for all manner of occasions;  Jnr Ranks Christmas dinner, semi-formal Honour Guard duty, reporting for courses, the list is endless....

lmao

Thank you for that.


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Re: Wearing issued boots in civy
« Reply #26 on: February 05, 2014, 17:29:59 »
I managed to get the name of the person who questionned me because of my boots.
I facebooked the person, and my jaw dropped when the first thing I saw was a profile picture of him in (civilian) trekking gear with a (cadpat) smallpack  ::)
Suddenly all the guilt I had felt disapeared...

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Re: Wearing issued boots in civy
« Reply #27 on: February 05, 2014, 18:25:10 »
I managed to get the name of the person who questionned me because of my boots.
I facebooked the person, and my jaw dropped when the first thing I saw was a profile picture of him in (civilian) trekking gear with a (cadpat) smallpack  ::)
Suddenly all the guilt I had felt disapeared...


Good. We'll lock this silly thing up then.

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