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  • As an archaeology student I wore a shedload of DPM kit (and was never called a walt in my 6 'hole scraping at skelingtons).

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  • 'Let go of that end of the stick Walt, the Kreigsmarine refused to hand over to the authorities jews serving in the Kreigsmarine' - At the risk of also being called a walt, a recent series on the holocaust on one of the documentary channels detailed the activities of a German Unit in one of the Baltic states who wanted some land occupied by the local Jewish community.

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  • Don't appreciate being called a walt, plu motherwell drew with the mighty gers tonight so need to vent my spleen somewhere and this specimen seems as good a place as any! aye, bottom lip was goin a bit! lol Your mum and dad like them around their foul smelling genitalia.

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  • Don't appreciate being called a walt, plu motherwell drew with the mighty gers tonight so need to vent my spleen somewhere and this specimen seems as good a place as any!

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  • You must be a barn walt, that is clearly a hanger!

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  • The one thing I am totally confident of is that he is not a "walt"

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  • Now the NAAFI bar can't go 2 minutes without somebody saying 'walt'.

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  • It's not as if it'll be some kind of "walt" medal, the people who would get it have served so no issues there, OK, people in the know be it current or former members of the armed forces may snigger at someone wearing it but, as the joke says, if you cant handle it you shouldn't of joined up.

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  • I think I spotted the aforementioned "walt" last Friday outside a well known chemists in Southsea but as the weather was not so warm he was wearing full DPM and a blue UN beret at a jaunty angle .... yep, it must have been him 'cos he was parading up and down having a conversation with himself until he was spotted by a passing "Plastic Bobby" (another form of walt?) ....

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  • Most of them are unofficial and privately bought "walt" medals:

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  • (adjective) - The ship is walt, that is, wants ballast.

    --Capt. John Smith's Sea-Man's Grammar and Dictionary, 1640

    January 15, 2018

  • Walt:

    The only thing Michael Dawson (Harold Perrineau's character in Lost) says, besides "Where's my son!"

    December 10, 2006