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Used in moronic films and television series as an abbreviation for the lowest SNCO rank. In reality it is only used by the police and other walts.

The classic reply to any crow stupid enough to call a Sgt this is:

"Sarge ? Fecking SARGE ? There are three sorts of sarge, massage, sausage and passage. You call me sarge again and I'll massarge my sausarge up your passarge ! GEDDAWAY !"

Or... Sarge is fcuking French for dishcloth!! CNUT!

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