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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by blowtorch, Oct 3, 2014.
TLJ doesn't smile
I'm Scottish, lived in Scotland almost all my life and have never ever worn a kilt. Never intend to either. The whole myth surrounding "the Tartan" smells faintly of... Harris Tweed...
The whole Kilt thing is an English Victorian invention. It's like green beer on St Paddy's day - nothing authentic about it all.
But would I wear one - damn right. I want to feel that cold north wind blowing around the Trossachs.
a vivid imagination is sometimes a curse...
It's ok for guys to wear kilts. Just don't be late for the show!
If only BATMAN had been Scottish.
My normal summer wear is way sillier than a kilt...so...yeah, I'd give it a shot.
Don't try and make me wear ankle socks though...a man has his limits!
That's where I live , and your point is Sir Humphrey ?
Bumpin yer gums Talking too much. Away an stoap bumpin yer gums ya bletherin auld skite.
Midgie Terrifying, tiny, blood-sucking, wee bastard of an insect that chews lumps out of folk, mostly on the West coast
Muckle A bit on the large side.
I had a muckle piece and cheese, it wiz braw.
We (Some Other Animal) wore kilts when we played at Palisades Amusement Park with Cousin Brucie in early-mid sixties.
Great crowd response!
Not without a slip... that would be slutty.
Actually, with my old man legs, leggings would be better...
Yeah! Them thangs!
Not me, but my boss does.
This was taken at a recent Business Awards night. I'm on the right.
Or you can say this....."Nothing is worn under the kilt Madam - it's all in perfect working order!
No thread about kilts would be complete without an appearance by our very own KFan.
All the ones I've seen around here, are the same ones who walk around with a bird on their shoulder, or a snake wrapped around their arm, or an orthopedic brace from an injury that healed 10 years ago, or enough metal in their face to build a Bigsby.
HEY! EVERYBODY! LOOK AT ME!
So, you'd wear a purple outfit with flowers but not a kilt?
I am Scottish, and have wore a kilt on many occasions. It is my National Dress after all. Oh....and the ladies love it!