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Subj: Re: I Would Say NO, But
Posted: Tue Nov 21, 2017 at 02:02:13 pm EST (Viewed 139 times)
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There are shades of gray and not everything is always cut and dry. And of course circumstances have to be taken into account. I think that I'm a little bit TOO kind and too noral. It certainly hasn't gotten me to where I want to be in life, but I still try to always do the right thing, and I certainly don't judge other people. I'm not sure what Skiving is. Can you please elaborate? Thank You for your service.

Skiving is how to get away without doing anything.

Say your boss told you to sweep up outside, you either don't do it or convince someone else to do it. You have to try and get away with it.

'Blow me, it was immaculate when I left it. What little sh!t has been here since?'

'I know Corporal, but that Officer just out of Sandhurst sent me up to the stables to help him with his horse. His name? I think it was Lt Smith, not sure though, could have Lt Brown?.

'Yeah, I would love to do that Sir, think I did my back in, need to go down the med centre. Think I have a soft tissue injury. They can't test for that unfortunately'.

My personal favourite, was when I had to clean a building which had a squeaky floor board. I used to clean up for an hour (surprising how much you can do in an hour). Then chilling on on a table for the next 3 hours listening to the radio and reading the paper with some fizzy pop and some crisps. As soon as I heard the floor board go, I'd jump down and start brushing up again. If no one came around, then I'd do another hour's work in the afternoon. But for a month, they got 2 hours work out of me a day.

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