Ask Don and Diane Shit... My favorite Special Forces

Ask Don and Diane Shit... My favorite Special Forces


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audioengine

11/15/2018
15:08:49


Sooo? Tell us about the Germans! Don't stop now! Is this thing on??? This is from 2015 so maybe there are more I haven't watched but I don't see them. These stories are great! Once I get my work done for the day (if I can get some peace) I kick back w/a drink and surf this site for stories just like this!



Duke

08/15/2017
05:29:40


Have you worked with the Canadian sf



Dammitallen

06/13/2016
21:24:55


Luv these stories!!!



mojo

03/25/2016
14:45:50


As soon as you said plexi-glass, enuff said.... LOL!!!



EFD620

02/02/2016
19:17:02


I still have a ragged scar from drinking with the Aussies ----can't wait for that one

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ATCSRET

12/24/2015
14:46:18


Haha....I love a good sea story....thanks....



No Nick

12/21/2015
14:16:12


SC I partied with folks from all around the world. I must say the hardest drinking people I ever partied with had to be the Icelandic Nationals. Those people drink until they pass out .... Then as soon as they wake up the drinking starts a new. I had been warned to make sure if I opened a new bottle of hard booze make sure it wasn't a half gallon or I'd never get any rest. In their culture it's a sign of disrespect if they leave before the bottle is empty LOL. So I would take a pint or fifth bottle and fill it from the half gallon bottle. Also we had pop machines in our dorms that served beer for a quarter each. When the Icelandic nationals hit our dorms ... The next morning the machines would be empty. Can't even guess how many times in a year spent there I passed out because I was drank under the table..... But it was a shit load. I befriended several Icelandic fishermen and they kept me supplied in Icelandic lobster tails because I got them wasted every time they visited my room. They would bring me 100 lbs of lobster tails 10 -10 pound boxes per visit. Needless to say my buddies and I ate high on the hog. I would supply the lobster and my Brothers in my flight would supply all the steak I could cook and eat. We had so much fun eating and partying on our 3 days off. Good thing I knew how to cook, being the flight chef... I would get our last midnight shift off so when everyone from our flight got home I would have dinner ready for the flight. Man I sure don't miss the Icelandic weather but my Brothers..... I miss them daily. Thanks much Don for sharing your stories. I am entertained by you and Diane's stories every time I watch your videos.



USA11SF

12/14/2015
04:14:42


Interesting "shirt" https://www.cia.gov/about-cia/cia-museum/experience-the-collection/index.html#!/artifact/55



JohnE

12/08/2015
08:50:55


Keep em coming Senior Chief! Great stories!



nicholas

12/05/2015
02:17:33


i love the stories!