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Bwolf And Fireteam Charlie

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Getting off work coming onto our taki patrol ops server and finding Bwolf having the pubbies in a wonderful fire team consiting of around about 10-16 people all convoying around the map for about 8 hours! after finishing the last objective this SS was taken depicting everyone who participated in the fireteam! at least those who stuck around for it!

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thats awesome. lol Ya Wolf dont take any shit

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I think you insulted Barri3 by taking too long to visit the forums.

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Well he is British , just don't say anything about the silly shit he says

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And don't mention about his watered down beers, hot water bottles or rotten teeth. He doesn't like it...

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We should all start using cockney accents when barrie's on and see if we can make him feel more at home ;)

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If we're talking funny accents, why has Falloff not been mentioned?

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Ohh we have a whole thread devoted to the wierd shit falloff says

but on we go to ripping on the Brits, if this wasnt true , you would be WTF

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The British have many delightful and colorful expressions that often make no sense to those of us on this side of the pond. Luckily, Christopher J. Moore has decoded a number of them inHow to Speak Brit: The Quintessential Guide to the King's English, Cockney Slang, and Other Flummoxing British Phrases. Here are a few of our favorites.

1. LOAD OF COBBLERS

This phrase, which means "a lot of rubbish or nonsense," has its origin in rhyming slang. The full phrase, Moore writes, is "a load of cobbler's awls," and awls rhymes with ... well, you can probably figure that out. So, don't use this one around anybody respectable.

2. HOW’S YOUR FATHER?

Brits are all about keeping things proper, so they’ve come up with many fantastic slang terms for referring to stuff that would be considered untoward in polite company. "How’s your father?" is one of these phrases. According to Moore, this turn of the century phrase was probably coined by comedian Harry Tate, who used it to change the subject when something he didn’t want to talk about came up. Eventually, it became slang for sexual activity.

3. ALL MOUTH AND NO TROUSERS

Hailing from the north of England, this phrase is “used to describe a man whose sense of self-importance is in inverse proportion to his actual relevance,” Moore writes. The mouth refers to brash talk; trousers, of course, are pants.

4. BOB’S YOUR UNCLE

It means “and there you are!” or “it’s that simple!” According to Moore, it’s thought to have originated in the late 1880s, when Arthur Balfour—nephew of the Victorian Prime Minister Robert Cecil—was appointed to be the Chief Secretary in Ireland though he had no qualifications. “So he got the job purely because Bob was his uncle,” Moore writes. “A nice theory, and no one has come up with anything convincingly better.”

5. BY HOOK OR BY CROOK

“A very old phrase meaning to use any means possible and bearing no relation to criminals,” Moore writes. First used in the 14th century, it refers to peasants pulling down branches for firewood using either a bill-hook or a shepherd’s crook.

6. ON THE PULL

Another British slang term for something considered rude to talk about in plain terms. If you’re out at the pub and someone tells you they’re “on the pull,” it means they’re looking for someone to hook up with. Saucy!

7. SPEND A PENNY

This slang phrase for a visit to the bathroom “comes from the old practice, literally, of having to put a penny in the door of a public bathroom to use it,” Moore writes. It's only appropriate for informal settings, so don’t use it to ask where the restrooms are in a restaurant!

8. SWEET FANNY ADAMS

It means, essentially, f*** all, and though it sounds delightful, it has a dark historical origin: Fanny Adams was a real person, a child who was murdered and dismembered in 1867; she was nicknamed "Sweet Fanny Adams" during her murderer's trial and execution because of her youth and innocence. Not long after, the Royal Navy introduced tinned meat rations, which the sailors referred to as Sweet Fanny Adams, a reference to the crime. Eventually, Moore writes, “the expression spread into wider use as meaning something of little or no value, and was commonly shortened to Sweet FA. In modern usage the phrase has become crossed with another, more impolite FA, which also means ‘absolutely nothing.’”

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I think you americans are the weird ones.. you all drive on the wrong side of the road, and drink "Koolaid"

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You mean the teabaggers, their prison island and rice&curry producers are correct? Naah the civilized world (aka not the previous ones named) knows which way is right (get it... right).

But since we are bashing the americans. Which countries use the imperial system? Yeah usa, 1 country in africa and 1 country in far east. So to them I would also say: The civilized world knows (aka not the previous ones named) knows which way is right.

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Don't you guys understand this...

I went out last, down to the boozer. Got a little agro with a bovver boy, Told him if he carry's on he's gonna be brown bread. Gobbed off about how his mother is a brass with a lovely set of bristols and shes a cheap bitch that only costs a pony.

Guess you guys can't handle the cockney! BTW Im from the midlands!

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bahhh, it's all Limey to us....

now as to the FIn, Fuck you and your metric system , and this thread was Brit bashing , not American bashing, now tone down your Euro trash rhetoric ~ ohh our metric system is better than your system~, I am not sorry that you don't under stand inches and feet,gallons and quarts~

metric means you are to lazy to do fractions, Imperial is the thinking mans system. Ohh and Americans drive on the right side of the road.... not the wrong side, or left as it were......

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I think you're wrong there.. Wasn't about bashing anyone, was meant to promote "Fireteam Charlie" by the looks of it, but things changed.. I still think american's are the outcasts of the world..

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Heggis started it, don't point your finger in my direction~~ Definitely Heggis's fault~ and we we not the outcasts until we got this president ~ by the way did you hear , Bush didn't lie.,.... hmmmmm...
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