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Female soldiers

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Just to amuse you. 48 female soldiers from around the world:

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D-A-Y-U-M!!!!! And I spent 10 years of my life crawling' around the bush with you stinky fuckers? :evil: :evil:

On a serious note, those Kenyans look like they will "Fuck You UP!" :? :roll:
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Crap. I'm out. Made it as far as the Indonesian.

Let me know who is holding the pot and I'll forward my losses.

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Outstanding. America has a weak showing, almost as bad as Iran. Good God...Serb chicks!

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What's that weapon the Peruvian woman is holding?
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TC204 wrote:What's that weapon the Peruvian woman is holding?
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Good God... Miss Ukraine has a rack.
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Tater Nuts wrote:
TC204 wrote:What's that weapon the Peruvian woman is holding?
FN Herstal F2000
They look pretty cool, they don't look very "bad climate friendly" however.
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Damn! I'd surrender to almost any one of them (except that 6-pack of Iranians...those bitches look downright scary). And if they did the right naughty things to me to make me talk, well then, I'd forever after be known as Ranger Chatterbox. :twisted:

I think the Serbian is my favorite:

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Nomad wrote:Outstanding. America has a weak showing, almost as bad as Iran. Good God...Serb chicks!
I asked a Serb terp (amazingly hot) why Serb women where so damn beautiful....she said their secret was that they had only cigarettes and coffee for breakfast. :lol:
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I found it interesting that the Canadian Chick was into watersports :)
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Why does nothing come up on my computer!!!
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Lunch wrote:Why does nothing come up on my computer!!!
you're getting old?
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panthersix wrote:
Nomad wrote:Outstanding. America has a weak showing, almost as bad as Iran. Good God...Serb chicks!
I asked a Serb terp (amazingly hot) why Serb women where so damn beautiful....she said their secret was that they had only cigarettes and coffee for breakfast. :lol:
I've dated a few growing up and really like their attitudes. They're quite fierce. Protective, demanding and loyal.

When the war kicked off in the Balkans for the umpteenth time in the early 90's, I remember all of my friends fathers leaving their jobs in Germany to head to war. The thought of watching it from Germany never crossed their minds. Kids grow up supporting that train of thought. Dad's going to be gone for a while killing fuckers who're trying to stick it to us. They also like to drink, watch soccer, MMA and can throw a mean BBQ.

I support them, especially when they're this hot:

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Nomad, I must agree with you based upon my 7 months in Bosnia in '96. I split my CA Team up after I was there about a month. I gave my TM Sgt the Muslims to "bond with" and I spent as much of my time as I could with the Serbs. We were there right after the dayton peace accords in the summer of '96. There were still body parts in trees, in ditches, and brains and bone fragments on the walls of the school yards where mass executions took place. You could actually feel the evil in the air.

I found the Serbs to be a "no bullshit" kind of people, they either tolerate you as an outsider or kill your ass one way or another. I was home maybe a month before my phone rang and one of the Serb translators called me at the house and just wanted to say hi since he was in Charlotte......

And before anyone gets their panties in a wad about atrocities, every ethnic group where I was had engaged in some form of evil. The Muslims in my sector had a very powerful Public Affairs program in place funded by the Arab world. All they had to do was to take pix of a blown up mosque and funds poured into their coffers.
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