When little Reggie was inducted into the Army, he was advised to act tough.
“That’s the only way to command respect in the Army,” his friends said.
So Reggie did his best to carry out the advice. He swaggered all around camp, bragging, blustering and talking out of the corner of his mouth.
“Show me a sergeant and I’ll show you a dope,” Reggie shouted.
No sooner had he spoken than a brawny, battle-hardened figure appeared.
“I am a sergeant!” he bellowed.
“I am a dope,” whispered Reggie.