The British Military Open Encyclopedia - ARRSE-Pedia. Back to British Army Rumour Service Home

Difference between revisions of "Sodexho"

From ARRSEpedia
Jump to: navigation, search
(started page off)
 
 
(6 intermediate revisions by 4 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
 +
[[Category:Dictionary]]
 +
 +
Who said the [[MOD]] doesn't have a sense of humour, they certainly showed it when they
 +
contracted catering and [[mess]]ing out to a [[French]] company that supplies services - now there's a contradiction in terms...
 +
 
Promise the Earth, deliver earth.
 
Promise the Earth, deliver earth.
  
 
Absolute proof of the old adage that, '''"No-one is completely useless, they can always serve as a bad example!"'''
 
Absolute proof of the old adage that, '''"No-one is completely useless, they can always serve as a bad example!"'''
  
Today's date - 1st January 1986.  Anyone with anything good to say about these people please add it here:
+
[[American]] forces obviously have a better quality Sodexho of their own - but cost to the [[Taxpayer]] is obviously similar:
 +
 
 +
http://www.oldamericancentury.org/halli_coffe.jpg
 +
 
 +
Today's date - 1st January [[1986]].  Anyone with anything good to say about these people please add it below this line...
 +
 
 +
 
 +
*I'm actually quite fond of those odd curly sausage things they serve that are meant to be cumberlands but taste like watery salty much

Latest revision as of 13:33, 4 July 2008


Who said the MOD doesn't have a sense of humour, they certainly showed it when they contracted catering and messing out to a French company that supplies services - now there's a contradiction in terms...

Promise the Earth, deliver earth.

Absolute proof of the old adage that, "No-one is completely useless, they can always serve as a bad example!"

American forces obviously have a better quality Sodexho of their own - but cost to the Taxpayer is obviously similar:

halli_coffe.jpg

Today's date - 1st January 1986. Anyone with anything good to say about these people please add it below this line...


  • I'm actually quite fond of those odd curly sausage things they serve that are meant to be cumberlands but taste like watery salty much