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  • Malim Sahib
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    Get up and shuffle along the alleyway to the toilet?

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  • Superdandroid17
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    No Basins what do you do If you need a pee in the middle of the night????

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  • Red Fox
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    Originally posted by Just Ben
    Do you get to choose what accomodation you're put in? I'm guessing... probably not.
    Nope, you could request a specific block but they may not listen to you.

    Originally posted by Just Ben
    Maybe your foreign colleagues are trying to poach the eggs.. that's possible right? I can't even imagine the amount of mess a chicken in a microwave would create XP
    That's probably what they were attempting. An attempt has also been made to cook a chicken wrapped in silver foil in the microwave, seems in that guys world those blue sparks and loud noises are a normal part of the cooking process

    Is common sense no longer a prerequisite for joining the MN???

    Originally posted by steamer
    Prob is, in Shackleton there are no toilets and cadets are forced to relieve themselves in the showers and make dirty protests to the accomodation office on the walls.
    Someone was caught in the act last week trashing part of Shakleton. I think they are going to be shot under the flagpole by security or something.

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  • Just Ben
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    Size4 google was surprisingly useless for this search, luckily urbandictionary saved the day.

    Originally posted by UrbanDictionary.com
    A term used (especially in proffesional kitchen) to desribe a small spatula, or narrow fishslice. They are often slotted.
    they are so called because it "gez under" (goes under) things.
    Originally posted by UrbanDictionary.com
    A chamber pot for the collection of faeces and urine, so called because it gazunder the bed
    Oh the internet.. hate to get these two mixed up

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  • size4riggerboots
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    Originally posted by Just Ben

    Originally posted by penfold
    A gazunder?
    A what now??
    Google was made for questions like that dear boy!!

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  • Just Ben
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    Originally posted by Red Fox
    Not all rooms in Blyth have a sink. IMHO Blyth accommodation is better than Shakleton, the rooms are bigger and the showers actually have a door rather then a curtain. Walls could do with being thicker though which would be an issue if you are close to the common room or the snooker room. The common rooms have microwaves and kettles - our foreign colleague try to cook eggs in the kettles and stuff whole raw chickens into the microwaves so approach with caution.....
    Do you get to choose what accomodation you're put in? I'm guessing... probably not.

    Can't you just hide the cue ball?

    Maybe your foreign colleagues are trying to poach the eggs.. that's possible right? I can't even imagine the amount of mess a chicken in a microwave would create XP

    Originally posted by steamer
    Prob is, in Shackleton there are no toilets and cadets are forced to relieve themselves in the showers and make dirty protests to the accomodation office on the walls.
    Ewww. just eww.

    Originally posted by penfold
    A gazunder?
    A what now??

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  • Beef1992
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    the phantom ****ter this started in sheilds years ago.

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  • penfold
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    Originally posted by The H
    I allocate myself ?30 a week on food, so buy lunch stuff and keep in fridge for the week, and either get pub food or microwave meals for weekends, again stored in fridge.

    Sharing a room is ok, it can get annoying, and undoubtedly you will have arguments etc, but I shouldnt worry about it to much. I am lucky in that they have grouped my company together, so I have already spent 3 months with these guys before getting here.

    There are no basins in my accommodation, Shakleton.
    No sinks!?!? What are you supposed to piss in? A gazunder?

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  • The H
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    This intake we are, with the exception of 1 we are all in the same corridor and section.

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  • kayak
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    Are all RFA cadets usually in shackleton then The H?

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  • MEJG
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    Originally posted by steamer
    Prob is, in Shackleton there are no toilets and cadets are forced to relieve themselves in the showers and make dirty protests to the accomodation office on the walls.

    If you want a pleasant and enjoyable time, join us in Blyth....Shackleton is for feral animals-and how that building ever won a RIBA award, I will never know!!
    The Phantom ****ter was promptly dealt with

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  • steamer
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    Prob is, in Shackleton there are no toilets and cadets are forced to relieve themselves in the showers and make dirty protests to the accomodation office on the walls.

    If you want a pleasant and enjoyable time, join us in Blyth....Shackleton is for feral animals-and how that building ever won a RIBA award, I will never know!!

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  • The H
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    I can second the Shackleton accommodation!

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  • MEJG
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    Originally posted by Red Fox
    Not all rooms in Blyth have a sink. IMHO Blyth accommodation is better than Shakleton, the rooms are bigger and the showers actually have a door rather then a curtain. Walls could do with being thicker though which would be an issue if you are close to the common room or the snooker room. The common rooms have microwaves and kettles - our foreign colleague try to cook eggs in the kettles and stuff whole raw chickens into the microwaves so approach with caution.....
    You obviously haven't seen my room over in Shackleton... It's massive and has an amazing view

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  • GuinnessMan
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    Originally posted by Red Fox
    our foreign colleague try to cook eggs in the kettles and stuff whole raw chickens into the microwaves so approach with caution.....


    That really doesnt surprise me at all. Kinda reminds me of school....

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