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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by blowtorch, Oct 3, 2014.
Have and do wear one.
Most notably at my vow renewal ceremony in Scotland on my 5th anniversary.
Yup, I've got one in black.
They wear like iron (unlike some cargo shorts I've seen) and are comfortable as heck, esp on a very warm stage.
Courtney Love scary over-share alert - be mindful of audience members when you are on an elevated stage.
Att - Yes, that is Bruce Blood and Linda Waterfall next to me - what a night!
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I'm quite seriously considering getting one for some gigs.
Depends on how long the skirt was.
You're a few years late with this input. Like, 5.
It's called a "utility kilt"
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As a child I did. Descended on my mother's side from Stuarts and Bruces. Ain't gonna happen at 65; as a public service.
Re 2014 thread; Blowtorch started and now he's reviv...uh, exhumed it.
One thing for sure; no need for the foil wrapped cucumber.
Inspirational lyric: "I want to touch toys."
Rezillos - "I can't stand my baby"
When I first started this thread, kilts were a little on the pricey side.
Now it looks like you can get something decent for 30 bucks or so
So, yep. Got one heading this way
Add panty hose or a garter belt and stockings, and you're golden.
I think they might make you act goofy.
I'm scottish so probably would. Especially if it was short and there were hot women around. har har har
Wearing a kilt?
That would be Cultural Appropriation. Right?
Let's see now, I'll just file that over here under:
Only my.own tartan. And the full regalia is not cheap! And even then it would be for special events and would hardly get used.
Utility kilts are quite popular over here in Scotland.
I wore a kilt for a photo in 2015 on a visit to Scotland. It was a proper black watch tartan with dirk in the sock etc. It was more comfortable than a suit.