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More unorthodox AT weapons (contains silly content)

Discussion in 'Tank Warfare of World War 2' started by FNG phpbb3, Jan 14, 2006.

  1. FNG phpbb3

    FNG phpbb3 New Member

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    As this seems to be the season for silly stories, I'll add my bit.
    "He was probably in the 'Apple Corp'"
    or even if in the Nederland army the "Orange Pippins".
    or even if a member of the 'Womens Land Army' thr "Granny Smiths".
    or even the Francofile Gay Movement the "French Delicious"
     
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    :grin:
     
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    Split the topic? This is becoming ridiculous.
     
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    yeap, it is going in the wrong direcction
     
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    split subject

    you are quite correct, this thread is going in the wrong direction, let's get back on 'track', let's concentrate on the apple!
    If he had used a 'toffee apple' it could have been used as a sticky bomb!
     
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    If the apple was baked and stuffed with raisins would it be a fragmentation Apple?
     
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    az abuv.

    Now come on Cholbert, be serious please, you don't want viewers of this
    to think that we are a bunch of comics.
    The war diaries of the 3rd. Carabineers tell that when in Burma they lost a tank because the Japs had spread Banana skins on a dodgy bend and it skidded into the Irrawaddy where the crew were eaten by trained piranas.
    (We could do another split thread here)
    'Your favourite fruit/vegatable of WW2,
    " worst " " "
     
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    Re: az abuv.

    The Kiwis!

    The Applecore (nickname for the Albacore...)

    :grin:

    Is it me, or is this thread just silly?
     
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    The pineapple - another classic fragmentation fruit.

    Guava halves have to be the worst - no matter how you sharpen them they just dont work. (ask Blackadder)

    (yes it is silly :grin: )
     
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    roel help!!!!!!
    can you split this right now, not only is going in to the wrong direcction but now is flourishing :eek:
     
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    azabuv

    'Silly'? of course it's silly.........
    but we know it is!!!
    KIWIS very good Richard, but do you know who the 'Chunkies' are?
    and why are they so called?
     
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    It has been split. :-?
     
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    Well I looked for "Chunkies" and found

    a. A cornish woollen sweater
    b. A company selling chocolate boxes for teh xorporate environment
    c. Pioneers!

    My personal preference is to think it's the pioneers armed with Pineapple chunks as they could be more reliable than the SA80.

    (Come out of that tank or we'll chunk you! :grin: )
     
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    chunkies

    Correct Cholbert,
    PIONEERS = PINEAPPLES,
    PINEAPPLES = PINEAPPLES CHUNKS,
    Pineapple Chunks = CHUNKIES!!!
    Well done that man,
    "The enemy are as thick as peas Sir, What shall we Do?"
    "Shell em".
     
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    You guys are forgetting the most fearsome anti-personnel fruit...the POMEGRANATE!!!! :grin:
     
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    dodgy vegy

    Rommels 'Asparagus' (Spargel), too much of that really upset your stomach.
     
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    Probably caused really bad gas, as well... :grin:
     
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    Any pictures on internal armour flaking?
     

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