INFANTRYMEN Voted As Being The ‘Sexiest’ In The Armed Forces According To A New Poll
During a secret deployment to America recently, our morale officers, whilst having a few quiet drink in Hooters, asked the barmaids who, out of the armed forces, they thought had the most sex appeal.
Out of the 12 bar maids our undercover morale operatives asked, 10 said ‘infantrymen’ 1 said ‘marines’ and 1 said ‘air force’.
This poll will come as welcome news for infantrymen who spend many hours down the gym trying to replicate the same physiques as Royal Marine Commandos.
Our Head of Overseas Undercover Morale Agents said: “infantrymen have long assumed that they have the most sex appeal – and now it would seem that they were right all along.
“whilst this study did not involve a particularly large group of respondents (as there were only 12 bar maids working in the particular Hooters Bar that we were in at the time) it does seem to indicate that most women do see infantrymen as being the sexiest.
“unfortunately, none of the barmaids mentioned anything about sailors, but did mention commandos”.
When asked about which division of the armed forces the barmaids thought would be more likely to be carrying an as-yet undiagnosed STD / STI, they all said that they thought men within the Parachute Regiment would be the most likely to be carrying an STI / STD.
When also asked about who they thought would be the most emotionally needy, 11 out of the 12 barmaids confirmed that they thought sailors would need the most emotional input during a casual relationship.
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