Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Military Phrase: Stand Fast

Definitions of the two words (From dictionary.com):
Stand - to stop or remain motionless or steady on the feet
Fast - moving or able to move, operate, function, or take effect quickly; quick; swift; rapid

Now the logical portion. How in the flying f*ck is a soldier supposed to rapidly and swiftly remain motionless. That is all.

22 comments:

Mr Quimper said...

lol good point

Stuff that matters, stuff that don't said...

Yeah, doesn't make much sense :S

Lendo Khar said...

Everything is possible in the army.

Samuel said...

With great difficult

Banacek said...

Is that like "hurry up and wait?"

metalpark_73192 said...

lmfaoo true true

Jordan said...

they need to change that

Zoe! said...

Huh that's weird

Motivationalized said...

mind=blown :p

Lost.in.Idaho said...

Apparently you're not trying hard enough?

LittleGiantBomb said...

Hah, good point.

Brut said...

Go for it!

├ćOURA said...

LOL i love oxtmorons... This one i havent heard yet, though. What does it even mean? In context, im saying, not the logical technical definition... :P

Rabidmoose said...

Very very carefully.

coolblogger said...

thatis funny

Josh said...

That's like when people say an issue "centers around ____". It's either centered on, or circled around. It doesn't work both ways.

The Game Store Guy said...

The answer: Stop whatever the heck you are doing this *** ****** ****** moment.

ilir said...

LOL, the mind-banging that goes on in the service is awesome.

murz90 said...

LOL, good point, sir :D

Quasar green said...

shoulde just yell freeze

Smog Town Leaf said...

Last line had me laughing, funny stuff, man!

Tifa said...

Lol..

XD Maybe you're suppose to remain still as you--Ah nevermind. Hilarious.

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