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Old 10-06-2005, 10:58 AM   #21
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I can think of two skirt events I have had in my life, that would apply to kilts.

One was in junio high school, I slipped when getting out of the school bus and my skirt ended up around my waist.

Another was a wind event when crossing a street.

I remember mini-skirts and carefully walking up stairs tucking your butt in enough so not too much would show.*

Pants and shorts for me, thank-you.*
I loved my jr and sr years in high school. Hot pants were the item back then. Sela Ward(the actress) graduated from my high school and did she ever look fine in a pair of those!
Martha, did you ever wear hot pants?
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Re: Scott Burn's Swan Song?
Old 10-06-2005, 11:04 AM   #22
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Samoans are usually big people, right?
We're talking 6'6" and over 300 pounds.

The men are even bigger...
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I loved my jr and sr years in high school. Hot pants were the item back then. Sela Ward(the actress) graduated from my high school and did she ever look fine in a pair of those!
Martha, did you ever wear hot pants?
Nope. By that time, I had entered into my hippie years.
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Nords in skirt?

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Men in Skirts?

Example of a mini-kilt (with really good accessorizing) and a kilt (with really poor accessorizing).
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Norm Abram never looked that good in plaid!
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Some one here has a signature saying beer is proof God loves us.* Well I'm here to tell you Bud is proof of the devil.* I get a hangover while I'm drinking it!* Give me a Molson any day!
Better yet....make your own beer and truly have it your way. Right Brewer?
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Re: Men in Skirts?

If we needed anything else to demonstrate that for men at least, ER may not be good thing, this thread supplies all the evidence anyone might need.

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Is this the guy with the man boobs from a previous post?
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Nords in skirt?
Could be... that looks suspiciously like a submarine stores loadout.

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Example of a mini-kilt (with really good accessorizing) and a kilt (with really poor accessorizing).
His kilt isn't much, but I'm pretty impressed with the accessory standing next to him!
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Re: Men in Kilts and Other Unbifurcated Garments
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Re: Men in Kilts and Other Unbifurcated Garments

The question of what is worn under the kilt is a source of endless speculation and tiresome attempts at humor.

Many traditional Scots will tell you, "Nothing is worn under the kilt; it is all in working order."

However, a kilt-wearing man might not be so daring in the United States, where sexual paranoia is rampant. A safe bet would be to follow the practice of Scottish dancers and wear black cotton briefs. These are readily available in various styles in men's underwear departments.

Martha: "And then a group photo of our ERs mooning the enemy ala Braveheart."

Martha - here's the shot you were looking for of the ERF crew:
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Re: Men in Kilts and Other Unbifurcated Garments

I wore a 5 layer kimono at my wedding. I drank myself silly. I needed a compus to to find the salami at the urinal. Forget about trying to sit for number 2. I actually ended up chasing my friend around the hall trying to cut him in half with a butter knife samurai style.
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I wore a 5 layer kimono at my wedding. I drank myself silly.
Completely justified.

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Re: Men in Kilts and Other Unbifurcated Garments

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I wore a 5 layer kimono at my wedding. I drank myself silly. I needed a compus to to find the salami at the urinal. Forget about trying to sit for number 2. I actually ended up chasing my friend around the hall trying to cut him in half with a butter knife samurai style.
mike - that sounds like you had a really nice wedding, despite the inconvienences in the restroom with losing your salami like that and for your friend almost dying.
You are going to have great memories to tell your family (can you remember what you were drinking?)
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