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Ceremonial Slip Ups

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Ceremonial Slip Ups

A bit of light relief for a wet Sunday morning Grin
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Re: Ceremonial Slip Ups

Ouch!
Now Zen, but a +Net residue.
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Re: Ceremonial Slip Ups

Quote from: artmo
a wet Sunday morning Grin

Struggling to see the video through the beaming sunshine up here int' grim north... Cool
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You can go off people you know Grin Grin
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If it's any consolation, it's only about 7 degrees (or 44 degrees in pre-decimalisation) outside, not exactly tropical... Grin
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Loved the compilation, reminds me of something that happened when I was in the auxiliary RAF.
We had a parade,and inspection with a High ranking officer. The whole unit lined up perfectly straight, four rows, under an oak tree. The officer inspecting and stopping to chat.." what do you do in civilian life?"... "How do you you balance your job and your RAF?"...etc. 
He stopped just in front of me, to my right.I was in the second row. When he stopped to speak to the LAC front and right of me...an acorn dropped down and bounced off the LAC's head. Grin Grin
The Officer kept a straight face for ages...about 2 seconds...then burst out laughing.  At this, he announced that 'drill was over and let's go and get a f..ing drink'.
Hilarious at the time,unfortunately not filmed.  Smiley