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Author Topic: Kilts  (Read 8609 times)

goosepimple

  • Joined May 2010
  • nr Lauder, Scottish Borders
Re: Kilts
« Reply #30 on: December 20, 2012, 12:08:46 pm »
'Ladies from Hell' they were called in wartime I believe. 
 
But seriously, just watch your cheeky bits don't fall off when it's a sever frost.  ;D
registered soay, castlemilk moorit  and north ronaldsay sheep, pygmy goats, steinbacher geese, muscovy ducks, various hens, lots of visiting mallards, a naughty border collie, a puss and a couple of guinea pigs

Rosemary

  • Joined Oct 2007
  • Barry, Angus, Scotland
    • The Accidental Smallholder
Re: Kilts
« Reply #31 on: December 20, 2012, 02:23:46 pm »
In a skirt, no less.

It's only a skirt if you wear underwear  ;D

Donald

  • Joined Dec 2009
Re: Kilts
« Reply #32 on: December 20, 2012, 02:42:56 pm »
Kilt then - by way of full disclosure.
Rosemary, your a true detective.

Greetings,


Don Wagstaff
« Last Edit: December 20, 2012, 02:46:41 pm by Donald »

Foobar

  • Joined Mar 2012
  • South Wales
Re: Kilts
« Reply #33 on: December 21, 2012, 04:28:56 pm »
Go Donald! :)
When I was at school we used to have to wear kilts (only the girls), and actually, they were great.  A bit itchy when brand new but really very comfy and warm in winter, and cool in summer, and very robust.  Just brill really. :)

nicandem

  • Joined Aug 2011
  • Berkeley, Glos
Re: Kilts
« Reply #34 on: March 24, 2013, 06:59:34 pm »
I have a cammo kilt from a firm called utilikilts.... pockets like on army trousers and a zip, belt loops etc.... really comfy
i tend to wear when away at motorbike rallies... its getting quite common to see blokes in them at the rallies in all sorts of colours

 

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