"Chill Sergeant", rhymes with "Drill Sergeant". Thanks to the Something Awful Forums for pointing this one out, and for the ensuing pages of jokes!
give me twenty, maggot!
*trainee Maggot (friendly nickname) hugs sergeant for 20 full seconds*
Chill Sergeant: Hup-One, let's have some fun! Hup-Two buckle my shoe! Hup-Three come Hup with me! Bring it on down
Recruits: Fun Shoe Hup with you, Fun Shoe, HUP MORE!!!
sergeant: i will unscrew your head and shit down your neck!
me: hey i think i heard that line before. its from fullmetal jacket right
sergeant: haha yeah. great movie
I bet you could suck a golf ball through a garden hose! That's really impressive, remind me to have you show me that one day
Saint Isaias Boner
Sarge: Sleep tight, ladies, because tomorrow we're getting up at the crack of dawn for a 5-mile run
private: that's too early for me, can we do it later?
Chill Sergeant(whispering): Excuse me, I hate to be a bother but... we're all waiting on you to wake up for a 10 mile march
Recruit: **Hrungh** (rolls over and goes back to sleep)
Chill Sergeant (still whispering): Ok everyone let's all quietly return to our cots and sleep this one in. Sweet dreams! I hope you all know I mean it, too
fall in! *takes hit from a bong hanging around his neck*
I don't know but I've been told
Puppy noses are mighty cold
(tghere are happy doggies walking along with the marching trainees)
TEH SOCIAL MEDIA FASTBOOK STOLE MY DATA. SOLD IT TOO A HOG CON GAME. WHERED MY DATA GO??>? WHO TEH HELL KNOWS! IM IN DIGITAL HELL
Games Workshop is looking for samples from aspiring Warhammer authors. Since my biggest dream in life is to have a book published, I put together this submission. Fingers crossed!
A sign proclaiming "BACTA: DA FUTURE" marks the town's medical clinic
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