24 September 2011

What kind of Friends?

From the Soldier side:  In my 2nd posting about teaching Courage, one of the main teaching points I use is being able to make jokes and laugh when bad things are about to happen...even better, in the middle of bad things happening. 
Another teaching point is Military Friends (or Cop Friends)......

Military vs. Civilian Friends

 CIVILIAN FRIENDS: Tell you not to do something stupid when drunk.

MILITARY FRIENDS: Will post 360 security so you don’t get caught.

CIVILIAN FRIENDS: Call your parents “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” 

 MILITARY FRIENDS: Call your parents’ mom and dad.

CIVILIAN FRIENDS: Hope the night out drinking goes smoothly, and hope that no one is late for the ride home.

 MILITARY FRIENDS: Know some wild stuff will happen, and set up rally points and an E & E route.

CIVILIAN FRIENDS: Bail you out of jail and tell you what you did was wrong. MILITARY FRIENDS: Will be sitting next to you saying, Damn...we f**ked up...but hey, that was fun!"

CIVILIAN FRIENDS: Borrow your stuff for a few days then give it back.

MILITARY FRIENDS: Steal each others stuff so often nobody remembers who bought it in the first place.

CIVILAIN FRIENDS: Will listen to your relationship problems and hope it works out for you. MILITARY FRIENDS: Will listen to you over a long hard road march, and will help you straighten it out better than Dr. Phil.

CIVILIAN FRIENDS: Know a few things about you.

MILITARY FRIENDS: Could write a book with direct quotes from you.

CIVILIAN FRIENDS: Might try to hit on your girl behind your back.

 MILITARY FRIENDS: Have spooned with you in the field more than your girl has, and would never even think about doing that.

 CIVILIAN FRIENDS: Would knock on your door.

MILITARY FRIENDS: Walk right in and say, "I'm home!"

 CIVILIAN FRIENDS: Will wish you had enough money to go out that night, and are sorry you couldn't come.

 MILITARY FRIENDS: Will share their last dollar with you, drag you along, and try to work free drinks all night.

CIVILIAN FRIENDS: Want the money they loaned you back next week.

MILITARY FRIENDS: Can't begin to remember who owes who money after taking care of each other for so long.

 CIVILIAN FRIENDS: Will tell you "They'd take a bullet for you."

MILITARY FRIENDS: Will actually take a bullet for you.

CIVILIAN FRIENDS: Will ignore this because they don’t really get it.... MILITARY FRIENDS: Will steal this, repost this, and then hope you forgot that it was your idea. 

(Actully, this all had nothing to do with Courage, but I just saw this on an old Army buddies post, so I had to steal it...He'll forget soon and think it was my idea.)

...this here video shows one of the best days in the Army..   A Great Day at the Range- Camp Bob


Coffeypot said...

I've seen this before, too, Dude. And it's is truth to the limit.

Suz said...

This must be why I don't have many friends - they aren't military friends!

TheNewMagoo said...

Funny! Not much to say about your post but just had to post to say...

AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW! Rollerdaph is super-cute! Looks like she's ready for a swift bout of fisticuffs too.
And i'm pleased to see she has the shades so can travel incognito just like her grandpa :)

Paxford said...

I'm with Suz... Definately needing more military friends!


Anonymous said...

1. Beauty.
2. Nailed it again.
3. Already stole it -but won't claim credit 'cause everybody knows I'm too lame to come up with something as good as this.
V/R JWest