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Discussion in 'Personal' started by lanokia, Dec 28, 2015.
On behalf of the Queen's Brigade of Cats we salute you!
Awwwwwww. Sometimes human beings rock.
Now you've frustrated me
I know the shoulder flash is a London regiment/division because of the black cat on the red background but the only time I've seen the sword in that position was in a WW1 badge.
But cat was facing the other way (tail right)
I hate being frustrated
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56th (London) Infantry Division. The cat is Dick Whittington's and the sword is that of St George from the coat of arms of the City of London.
What a wonderful feel-good story!!
There's something about a big fire fighter or other rescue type holding a tiny kitten or puppy that makes most folks go Ahhhhhhhh!!
Er, in my experience of teachers and TAs there's something about firemen (with or without kittens) that makes people go 'Phwoar'.
Maybe there's an initial 'Ahh!' when they realise today is the day you booked the fire engine to come in to school but it's then followed by 'Phwoar!'. Always.
You're not wrong, even when I recognised on of the officers as a head boy from my school some years earlier!!
I have never had a thing for firemen or any other uniformed types.
@nomad , @grumpydogwoman
I remember when the local fire brigade came in to tell pupils about water safety and arson...
It was strange how many women staff [and a couple of the men] found time to be in the hall for this 'essential' information.