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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by blowtorch, Oct 3, 2014.
You know, right out in the open?
Where people could see you?
I do not believe that I would.
depends on the situation
going grocery shopping...no
being in a wedding party of a scotsman who wants to wear a kilt as part of the ceremony...yes
Is there such a thing as a cargo kilt?
Brad Pittiful, right.
I think ice fishing would be another "no kilt" scenario
It's called a "utility kilt"
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Blowtorch in first for the win!
Does it have to be plaid?
It even comes in camo!
I could rock that.
I've pondered this some, and my conclusion was that yes, for maximum effect, it would have to be
Big DaddyLH, yeah, a guy could wear that in the treestand while bowhunting
No. I'm not Scottish.
Put that baby on with a Duck Dynasty scarf and you'll get all the women.
Me either. Does it matter?
I've been admiring these beach towels for awhile
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the leather kilt thing would be great for forging here in the desert or any out side construction work. so yeah i would. beat the heat. hell with style.
but hipsters in them tight tight tight pants would cry before they sport a kilt for any event
Absolutely. I dig my Utilikilt.
I do wear it right out in the open where people can see me because _I_ like it. If others don't, I won't make them wear one.
If it matters, others seem to be just fine with it.
Only if I could wear it commando style like ole Willie.
Timely question. I am leaving a week from today to Scotland for my son's wedding. The bride is Scottish and the males in her family will likely be wearing kilts. My dad was likely of Scottish decent but it is so far back that I cannot claim to be a direct descendant. Therefore, no I will not be wearing a kilt to the wedding.
It matters as I don't think I'm Scottish because my great,great,great,great,great uncle Angus was born in Fochabers.
kncanney what's the weather cutoff for that thing?
probably like the same for cargo shorts, I'm guessing.
is it a fashion faux pas to kilt after labor day?