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Spuggy

WG Employee won't stop.........

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Polishing his torpedo.

 

 

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Seriously, he just won't stop!!

 

So who is he? :hiding: :popcorn:

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What about the guy who appears at the railing and starts to shout/sing something? 

 

Perhaps its a torp polishing song about how he would like to penetrate the softer parts of the Queen Mary with his 18" torpedo ... !

 

PS. I actually think he is waxing the torpedo to make it slippier in the water... thereby cheating.

 

:)

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I polish my torpedo daily. :trollface:

 

Probably running the risk of premature detonation....:ohmy:
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- So mate you were in a navy?
- Yea, I served on DD34

- What were you, a gunner? Communication?

- I was polishing torpedos.

 

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That would make a great story :teethhappy:

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The story could even be better, if he had to polish torpedoes on a polish destroyer. If he had to polish the polish destroyer, too, he would have had to use two different types of polish: torpedo polish and destroyer polish, 'cause you can't polish a polish destroyer with torpedo polish or a torpedo with polish destroyer polish.

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The story could even be better, if he had to polish torpedoes on a polish destroyer. If he had to polish the polish destroyer, too, he would have had to use two different types of polish: torpedo polish and destroyer polish, 'cause you can't polish a polish destroyer with torpedo polish or a torpedo with polish destroyer polish.

 

No... Just no !!

 

Too early in the day for THAT tongue twister !

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PS. I actually think he is waxing the torpedo to make it slippier in the water... thereby cheating.

 

 

He's applying the torpedo acceleration hax :hiding:

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NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

WHERE HAS HE GONE?!!

 

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he went to polish his torpedo in private :hiding:
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NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

WHERE HAS HE GONE?!!

 

 

Even torpedo polishers have other duties sometmes. For example mopping the deck. Anyway, please do not abuse them too much, this is kinda penal duty for our people and everyone lives in permanent dread of being assigned to this duty. We draw straws every morning :s

 

 

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this is kinda penal duty

 

Sounds more like a fallacy to me :trollface:
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By the way, since we are on this subject... Did anyone check, that SS Red Oak Victory is actually a real vessel? One of the Victory class freighters (follow-up to the Liberty class) which is currently preserved in Richmond, California:

 

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