British army chiefs announce new Hide 'N' Sikh regiment ops

Funny story written by queen mudder

Monday, 23 February 2015

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Fighting Jihadis under the desert sun

London - The British Chief of the General Stuff said today the new elite fighting corps(e) will be deployed 'as bait' on stealth missions in the upcoming Game of Sardines against Jihadi scum.

Troops disguised in Ali Baba costumes will root around in casbah-style spice and herb markets where feckless terrorists sometimes hide.

Supported by the Royal Gherkins - uh, Ghurkas! - and Scotland's famous Deathwatch Beetle battalion the covert op is scheduled to begin at oh eight hundred whores if present atmospheric conditions hold.

"These be-turbaned foreign Johnnies are awfully good at this sort of thing," Brigadier General Sir Monty Dam-Busta commented.

"Comes from always being cast as 'The Forty Thieves' in school productions of Aladdin."

Operations are likely to begin tomorrow.

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