Posted on Apr 14, 2014
SSG Geospatial Intelligence Imagery Analyst
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I'm one of the few people in my unit who actually enjoys
calling cadences, but just as most people probably do, I get tired of the same
old ones being called over and over again. For example, being on Fort Bragg, it
goes without saying that cadences like "C-130 Rolling Down The Strip"
gets called about ever other time... so I did some looking and I found
"C-17 Flying Over Division". It was a different spin on the same
cadence, and for the most part, people seemed to enjoy the change. Does anybody know any other unique or rare cadences?



Now, allow me to clarify: I know full well that the days of jody calls and
expletive-filled cadences are gone whether we like it or not. I'm not looking
for those... just different, unique cadences or versions of cadences that I can
learn and start incorporating into my arsenal.



One cadence in particular that I'm looking for is a variant of the "Went
to the Mess Sarn't on my knees/Mess Sarn't, Mess Sarn't, feed me please"
cadence that has to do with jumping across the counter and kicking him in the
chest or some-such. If anyone knows that one, I'd love to get it from you.




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PO2 Rocky Kleeger
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One of my personal favorites is "My Girl's a Vegetable".
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Sgt John Henry
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All the cadences we sang in the USMC were either funny, aggressive or totally inappropriate...
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1LT(P) Quartermaster Officer
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This is wierd I know... but I had a buck E-5 ask me instead of the PSG once what some good cadence's were. So I referred him to this website, http://vetfriends.com/cadences/ , since I knew his question was a test. My reply was a test as well, to see whether he would filter out the cadences that were no longer allowed. Lots of used cadences there.
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Thanks!

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