Here at Emergency Services News & Emergency Services Humour, we keep a close eye on the social media accounts of our comrades, for a variety of different non-disclosed reasons.
And we always ‘celebrate’ when our social media ‘oppos’ use social media for a bit of light-heartedness in between all of the serious ‘stuff’.
And, ultimately, this lightheartedness not only shows the human side of the emergency services, but it also goes to prove to that general public that the emergency services, both online and offline, are an approachable and friendly bunch.
This is why when we saw the below conversation between various emergency services social media accounts, then we just had to share it with our readers and followers.
Standby for the usual ‘broken records’ of “haven’t you got anything else better to do” or “So that’s where my tax-payers money goes” blah blah blah….
However, for everyone else with a sense of humour, then you might appreciate this:
(To be honest, it could be fake as we haven’t had a chance to look up all of the social media accounts mentioned below).
And remember that if you do have a sense of humour (and you don’t get offended easily) then you should subscribe to our popular £1-per-month eMagazine; ‘Shits & Giggles’.
It contains all of the best content which we do not share on social media owing to various ‘community standards’.
If you have a blog that you would like us to share with our readers and followers, then please feel free to contact our team of former emergency services personnel by using any of the details below.
If you have an emergency services related story, video (that you have filmed) or opinion (whether its light-hearted or serious) that you want us to share with our readers, then you can reach our team using any of the details below.
We treat all correspondence with anonymity!
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