Discussion in 'Fiction' started by urqh, Apr 21, 2009.
Just be careful Urqh, you wouldn't want to end up in the "WW2 movie inaccuracies" thread ...
funnie yuo mentioned that,i just watch zulu last night. maybe yuo should hire those zulu warrors,they made the movie so real life.
Great stuff urqh, though I'm starting to suspect you've been watching me...
YouTube - Harlech
This thread needed a bump to educate the younger viewers.
Okay since I couldn't wait I attempted to read this second installment by urgh. Due to unforeseen circumstances (Brandy up my nose), I must desist for the time being. Never fear as I have placed a bookmark and shall return as soon as possible. I am beginning to understand why my forefathers came to reside in America versus some place where the Romans lived and then left also.
I hate to post back to back replies but I'm so confused now I'm not sure if I'm actually posting this or if I already have. I would like to point out that my paternal Grandfathers name was Henry. I apologize it took me this long to finish what I can only say is one of the most "interesting" accounts of triumph and travesty, uh tragedy. Someone must have swiped my 'bookmark' as I could not find where I had left off and had to begin at the beginning again. Thanks urgh and I await further installments.
Over two YEARS ?? How could we let this literary masterpiece languish on the book shelve of the ww2f library?
I sure wish urgh would revisit his writing desk. The World needs his musings.
A sequel?! I'm scared.......
He'll never write anything with Aussies in it...he just cant fathom our minds..."rock apes" is the term they use for us i beleive...like Gordon, i resemble that remark!
''Rock Apes'' is slang for members of the RAF Regiment.
Well, the sequel will obviously have to involve members from the Commonwealth.......
And the name given to us ever since....Bazza McKenzie!
Get a big black dog up ya!
Never heard of him or Aussies being called 'Rock Apes'.
Apes? Since it is Urgh's story.....perhaps he should star some sheep in it like this one that I think is like the ones he often follows around......they have evolved to "look behind" at their master, the one and only Urgh, known to raise up herds of em.....http://www.stuff-about.com/2012/10/sheep-with-upside-down-head.html