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(Hawaii News Now)   There's no such thing as a free lunch... unless you're a soldier at this restaurant where the locals have been playing the "pay a random soldier's lunch tab every day" game for almost a year   (hawaiinewsnow.com) divider line 7
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2013-12-15 10:28:47 AM
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foo monkey: I know it's not "the troops" fault we've started two bullshiat wars in the last 12 years, but do we have to fellate them at every opportunity?


You ashamed that you enjoy giving head, cupcake?
2013-12-15 10:17:38 AM
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I'm in the KISS Army. Does that count?
2013-12-15 10:45:45 AM
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Doctor Funkenstein: undernova: Soldiers are people, too. Announcing this quiet little perk to the world guarantees an influx of dickhead GI's who think they're entitled to the (hopefully) free meal.

It can be worse.  A lot of my friends and I got duped by this asshole  http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/2012/05/harrisburg_man_who _ faked_being.html.

Whenever my buddies and I are out at a bar and see a guy in uniform, we like to send a round or two his/her way.  Just a small gesture to say thanks and I've never met a military person who didn't appreciate kicking back with a cold one.  Enter the asshole in the article I linked above.  He use to be a regular at a bar I like to go to.  I'd see him all the time (yeah, I go out way too much).  Seemed legit to me.  WTF do I know, I never served.  He had the gear and talked the talk.  He always had some USMC clothes on and some interesting stories to tell (that turned out to be utter bullshiat).  He even had the dress blues on a few times.  We used to make it farking rain on that guy.  Hell, we just thought he was our bar's resident Marine so that was our boy.  This went on a couple of times a week for the almost two years that we knew him.  Then it turns out he was making the whole thing up.  Never even served at all.  He just disappeared when that article came out.  Haven't seen or heard anything about him in nearly a year now.  I'd love to curb-stomp that fark.

*Warning* If you're an active member of the military or a vet, the article I linked is really going to piss you off.

/still love slinging beers at servicemen/women


Hahahahahahahahaha he got you good.
2013-12-15 10:43:31 AM
1 votes:

whatdoyouexpect: foo monkey: I know it's not "the troops" fault we've started two bullshiat wars in the last 12 years, but do we have to fellate them at every opportunity?

What are we talking 'bout here? Just the tip?


No, I think the whole lunch is covered.
2013-12-15 10:30:36 AM
1 votes:

foo monkey: I know it's not "the troops" fault we've started two bullshiat wars in the last 12 years, but do we have to fellate them at every opportunity?


What are we talking 'bout here? Just the tip?
2013-12-15 10:23:31 AM
1 votes:

foo monkey: do we have to fellate them at every opportunity?


In public it's acceptable to bow and mutter "Thank you for your service". Just don't look them in the eye or expect them to acknowledge you.
2013-12-15 09:18:11 AM
1 votes:
I know it's not "the troops" fault we've started two bullshiat wars in the last 12 years, but do we have to fellate them at every opportunity?
 
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