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Dutch2770 wrote:I have to ask. Why would you go shopping in uniform ? If im not at a reenactment I tend to leave to swatikas at home.
Robinj wrote:Last race to the bridge, we were hungry and in oosterbeek we wen to a snackbar. So with a original airborne jeep that was used in oosterbeek, a bren carrrier and 6 pounder anti-tank canon we stopped there in front of the snackbar. Everyobes face inside turned to use and as a whole group we walked in, everyone would be silent. After we told that it was alright(as british airborne!!) it went normal. We had it there about others like nice teenage girls from across the atlantic in w-ss uniform, it would be silent again.
Another thing before race to the bridge. One of the members had drunk almost a whole whisky bottle with cola. He was asked, you do not have to puke tonight? No said. You are certain. Again yes. At 12 o clock midnight we would go to bed, and the commander though i was not able to sleep because i looked still awake as if i could run around for ten minutes in the backyard. After an hour, when i was just sleeping, i heard Bleeech! And then was said, Robin, please give me some light. The commander went up stairs(we were in the basement) and he shouts That filthy boy(another name) Peter, he just puked on me. And he has cleaned the carpet the same night and he walked the airborne hike all the way with a hangover.
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