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Soapsually Sheeply Transmitted Disease?

FTFY

Doesn't this sort of go in the face of OP HONOUR or would it support it in a fashion?

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I think the Aussies might of been there ahead of them. 

Per Breaker Morant's sidekick Lt Handcock

http://www.ruthlessreviews.com/1760/breaker-morant/

Oh come on...
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FTFY

Doesn't this sort of go in the face of OP HONOUR or would it support it in a fashion?

 :pop:

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As long as they are wearing the right buttons and bows, along with the right capbadge, then it would work. The question is; "Which is the right capbadge?"

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Maybe one of these?
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I seem to recall there were three ladies and a goon (pimp?) from Eastern Europe who hung around New Canada House in KAF - at least until the staff would chase them out the door..... There were also those young ladies at the Thai 'Massage Parlour' on the boardwalk. They were all brought to the R3MMU for medical exams after it was shut down. Our CO was livid at the way they'd been treated by their boss.

I'm not passing any judgement on it, just noting that it's been around since armies have been around. Even in as tightly controlled a base as KAF they got in somehow.

Oh yes...the women who used to wash their underwear in the same sinks we would brush our teeth from.  Classy.
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Never heard of women hanging around Canada house.

I was on the boardwalk when the Thai massage parlor got busted. I heard the women's living conditions were subhuman. A bunch of them crammed into a sea can after their passports were taken away by whoever brought them in.  I know the Russian (?) massage place had a rule where they would contact the military police of soldiers made any sort of proposition to them.
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I had a wonderful massage at the Thai parlour in 2008 no happy ending offered or received.  I know their living conditions were deplorable; mine weren't much better in the trailers with two snoring roommates from different countries who fought over the temperature and the occasional short stay migrants from random countries.
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If entitled to Registered Massage Therapy ( RMT ) as a benefit, I would highly recommend taking advantage of it.
I've been going to the same RMT for years. She's from Japan, and has certainly done my body and soul a world of good.




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