Would you wear a kilt?

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  1. trev333

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    A Kilt...sure, I'd rock one with my "I've been to Scotland Too, Barley of the North" T shirt and haggis shaped tartan flip flops to any fancy dress party....:D:lol:
     
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  2. blowtorch

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    That's a euphemism, right? :p
    My bagpipes instructor informed the class the dirk was to be used on anyone who called the kilt a skirt
     
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    HELL NO!!! I'm a man. Not in any circumstance would I wear one, I don't wear dresses or skirts.
     
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    :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:
     
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  5. trev333

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    I guess those metal zippers and buttons on pants must freeze up in winter....that'd be a bit annoying on the tackle.. and hard to get undone with thick gloves or frozen fingers, especially the morning after a half dozen deep fried mars bars on the way home from haggis night at the pub........:D
     
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    Yes
     
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    Lol@“I’m a man.”
     
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    I have a co-worker who grew up in the Bronx and his family is as Irish as they get. Keith not only wears his formal kilt to formal events but he's 6'4" and I'm sure that he could use that highly polished boots (these are serious boots) to kick the pants of anyone who didn't like his kilt. It's striking and it's his family heritage and I think it's very cool.

    I'm German by heritage so it's a no for me. For some it's very appropriate.
     
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    Yes file it there, or under "trolling". :D
     
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  11. blowtorch

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    So, this showed up yesterday.

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    (It looks better on me, though, You're just going to have to just take my work on that, no pics will be forthcoming)
    Looking forward to rocking it at a gig soon
     
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    I was in a Scots wedding party that stopped the traffic on Yonge Street, in Toronto, about twenty years ago. I believe the road system has recovered, in the intervening years. ;)

    I also witnessed frantic excitement, among Bridesmaids, at a similar event, in Boston MA, in 2000. They were all extremely keen to discover what was worn under the kilts of the Groomsmen. The correct answer to this question is always 'nothing: it's all in perfect working order.....'

    In the defence of the young ladies, it was apparent that an amount of drink had been taken by all......:rolleyes:
     
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    headed up nort' this weekend for my folks 57th anniv. Thinking I'll sport it
     
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    I have been known to wear kilts to weddings. Last time around was at my Mothers remarriage, when all the male members of the wedding party were decked out in Scottish dress (my step father has Scottish ancestry).

    I was aiming for Braveheart, but was more Johnny Walker :D
     
  15. Brian J.

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    i got married in a kilt, and i wear it from time to time
     
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    I'm too much of a man's man to wear that crap.
    And no; I wouldn't wear crocs,sandals,flip-flops, I wouldn't own a cat, and I don't dance.
    Oh...I don't watch "Lifetime" either. And, I don't use words like "lovely" or "scrumtious".
     
  17. blowtorch

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    You like scented candles though, right?

    (NTTAWWT)
     
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    So, why are you wearing a ladies wig in your avatar then?
     
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    Nope! That’s McPatel tartan
     
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