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03-09-09, 12:07 AM #1
Answer to a DI question
Just a curiosity question. If one of your DIs asks you "Are you my friend", is there anyway to answer that question without the end result being "Get on your face"?
03-09-09, 12:49 AM #2
"Sir, I am whatever you want me to be, sir!"
Haha, how about that?
03-09-09, 01:21 AM #3
tell them no. HE is there to instruct you on becoming a Marine, not to become best buddies with.
so if he asks that question, be sure to spout out "No, Sir, You are my Drill Instructor Sir!!" be sure when you yell you are not drawing it out thinking it's louder... so it's not SIIIIRR... got it?
and when I say spout, I mean say it fast and furious or he'll fvck you up.
03-09-09, 02:12 AM #4
why would you not want to get on your face, thats the best part, especially in the sand pit
03-09-09, 02:21 AM #5
just don't say, "Me, Mine, My, or I.." i think that's the one i saw more people get in trouble on then any thing else.
THIS RECRUIT... until otherwise instructed.
03-09-09, 06:52 AM #6
03-09-09, 06:56 AM #7
If it were me, I would phrase it, "No, Sir" as loud as you could and leave it at that. Recruits always open themselves up for more sh!t when they get to wordy when replying to direct questions from the drill instructors. Don't try and give some drawn out answer or sound smart because then, you're just asking for some pain.
God help you if you try and say more than those two words and you stutter or say something you shouldn't. Simple answers are the best.
03-09-09, 07:14 AM #8
You will never go wrong with Yes Sir, Aye Sir, or No Sir. (Or Aye Aye sir if you're from the homo left coast)
03-09-09, 07:14 AM #9
Might as well just say "He!! yeah. Wanna go get a beer?" Your gonna pay for any answer you give.
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