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A Regimental Dinner is similar to a [[Mess Ball]] but without the [[Wife|other half]].
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A chance to dig out the ol' [[Mess Dress|Drinking pyjamas]] and imbibe a snifter or two of your favourite tipple.  A Regimental Dinner is similar to a [[Mess Ball]] but without the [[Wife|other half]].
  
 
Regimental Dinners are usually [[Stag]] affairs where the [[Badge]] issues a three line whip known as [[Orders to Attend]].   
 
Regimental Dinners are usually [[Stag]] affairs where the [[Badge]] issues a three line whip known as [[Orders to Attend]].   

Revision as of 13:49, 5 January 2008

A chance to dig out the ol' Drinking pyjamas and imbibe a snifter or two of your favourite tipple. A Regimental Dinner is similar to a Mess Ball but without the other half.

Regimental Dinners are usually Stag affairs where the Badge issues a three line whip known as Orders to Attend.

Essentially a bonding session for all the members of the Mess and an opportunity for the [[Badge to get the feel of the Unit and you to get some business done when in the company of your peers.

Opportunities to acquire Extra Duties by the shed load abound

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