Discussion in 'The NF Café' started by Stalker, Nov 13, 2005.
What would you do if you got recruited by the army?
i would go to Canada or Mexico :/
depends if there is a good reason i may fight besides that u can take me to jail i am not going to no army
ill just go and fight, But not for the country but for my family and people that i kare.
I don't have to go to war even if the draft comes back. Quaker was put on my birth certificate and war is 'against my religion' even though I'm atheist. Quaker is a good move for you future parents out there.
-_- go to the opposite side and try to kill every american associated with the military for thinking I'd die to save THEIR asses who originally caused the fighting in the 1st place.
I would accept my fate, and since they are recruiting it must be a time of dire need. Knowing this there would be a great chance I would get killed, but dammit I would go down with some dignity!
make a religion in which its a total sin to fight in a war, therefore screwing the government over heheheh
^ You'd need 9,999 more members to have the govt. recognise it as a religion and not just laugh and send you to the frontlines
id go, but i would make sure i was put in a non-comabt unit, even if i must injure myself to do it
Well...Since I'm into boys I would simply...ah...exagerate that fact...I wonder where I can find rainbow camo...?
I'd kick some ass.
Well, I'd say I am waaaaay gay and on truck loads of meds...
Pussies. You wouldn't kick some ass and get away with it? Pssh.
Fuck the general in the ass and get kicked out, duh. :\
What if I were the general?
I would leave the country, not fighting for some old man...
Old man? More like the freedom of 270 million + humans
Well if I was recruited then I could pretty much say goodbye to ever wanting to do anything I chose, if I was recruited in the army itd be what would they want you to do. Cause unless you wanna be dishonorably discharged your gonna follow their orders.
I smell a tad bit of brainwashing there, not like the brainwashing you see in science fiction novels
Remember that trip to Japan I always wanted to make? I think then would suddenly be a good time to do so.
Though with all joking aside I definatly would just move or somthing. It was a conversation I had with my girlfriend a week or two ago after she read the book Johnny got his Gun, I believe that was the title. We would both make our way out of here. Or rather I would and she said if it were to happen she would follow me.
I couldn't do anything. I don't have a passport so I'm stuck. I'd just train fight in the war and die due to some freak accident.
I would be all that I could be, and kill as many guys as possible, while avoiding the death bullet myself.
I don't see the big deal, I mean, I want to protect my country, so if they called me to action, I wouldn't run like a coward.
I would say wheres my gun and my uniform cause im going straight into the military after high school anyways.
i agree totally
if i'm going to die
i'm going to die with dignity and not like some coward
die taking a couple of guys down with me
I'd fake colour-blindness and not have to go.
I do not know if that is the case now, but in WW2 they needed color-blind soldiers to spot enemies' camo's from the air. I think it was because color-blind people were able to distinguish the subtle difference between leave's natural green & fabrics' printed green.
Just say I cannot fight.
If I was ever somehow *forced* to be recruited into the army, I would steal a machine gun at the first opportunity and then kill as many of my allied soldiers as possible... Maybe they will think twice before forcing people into the army, then. (And besides it would be funny as hell)
Nah seriously, I would properly move to Sweden. I don't want to kill, and I don't want to be killed (mostly the latter), simple as that.
i would do the same as my dad
army doctor said he could be in because of some reasons
that i can do too
If I pass the medical part, I guess I would fight. Although I don't want to kill anyone, but I guess I wouldn't have a choice.
...You all realize that the US military in particular is completely voluntary don't you? You cannot be forced to join, and you cannot be enlisted at the behest of someone else--even if your mother is Cindy Sheehan. Others can make advice and give counsel, but the choice is yours.
Why would they want someone who didn't want to be there?
Presuming I had chosen to join the army, I'd do the best I could, and then we'd have to see where it went from there.
If I hadn't chosen to join, I'd quickly check to see which country I was in and then politely point out that I was not a citizen of said country and that the bureaucrats had screwed up the paperwork again.