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  • SharonW0111
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    Well let me be the first to say HAPPY BIRTHDAY BOB !!!!!!!!! and I just realized that you are my oldest sons age --- eeee gad that means I am old enough to be your mother
    Hope you have a great birthday and are able to celebrate tons more
    Sharon

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  • BobD
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    Strange, isn't it--my birthday is Jan. 26...

    And since I'm out of dram, I'll have to settle for a single malt!

    Bob

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  • Gill
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    Happy Burns' Night to all our Scottish friends (and those of Scottish extraction ).

    Bob, the tartan for a kilt needn't be that expensive - have a peek here. The only thing is you'd need to find someone to make it up for you. It's not difficult to find patterns.

    Enjoy your dram tonight as you address the "Great Chieftan o' the Puddin-race".

    Gill

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  • BobD
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    Actually, I was joshing a bit...I out grew my kilt a few years ago; and have decided that I'm not going to get another one of those ones that look so much like a schoolgirl skirt <grin>. I'm saving up to buy one of the wrap-around, traditional kilts (think Braveheart), but it's expensive to buy all that wool in the Duncan tartan.

    Bob

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  • Jediscroller
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    Originally posted by SharonW0111
    okay guys-- this has got to be dealt with -- WHO IRONS???? didn't they outlaw that a long time ago?
    The only time my iron gets turned on is when I am in my sewing room making me a new pair of jammies--- seriously tho just had to add -- many years ago when I was a mrs.. I told my hubby that if it came out of the dryer wrinkled it was suppose to be that way ..I can still ( shudder the thought ) rember when I actually did iron-- nasty thought -- shooo nasty -- lol
    Actually, I've used iron on veneers, so I guess you could say I iron.

    Kevin

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  • Old Mooner
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    Wellllll, I'm Irish, but once wore a kilt and carried a spooran (that is not a disease) in the play Brigadoon. I was McTavish or Mc or Mac something. It was a bit breezy but if anyone had suggested I was wearing a skirt they would'uv got kilt. I also had a tamoshanter. So there!
    McMoon

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  • CanadianScroller
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    Is anything worn under a kilt?

    When asked "Is anything worn under the kilt?"
    There is only one true answer.

    "No Ma'am it is all in fine working order!"

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  • Sue Chrestensen
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    Bob.. I second the request for a new pic of you in your ironed and pleated kilt/ shirt..it's not my birthday but will please please please work?

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  • Back2Jake
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    Photo requested

    Ok Bob, I want a photo (new avitar) of you in your skirt... i mean ironed kilt... Ah, come on Man... it is my birthday afterall.... giggle.

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  • SharonW0111
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    Thanks for the info-I always wondered about.that and every time I see a man in kilts I think about it. I sure have some funny thoughts now about fishing in a kilt and useing the great outdoors for--- aren't you glad you don't have snapping turtles ---snicker-snicker ( actually the thoughts have me rolling on he floor with laughter)
    I'll be good now ----






    maybe

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  • lucky788scroller
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    YALLLLL ARE NUTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !

    I love it!!! carry on.

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  • CanadianScroller
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    I wore a kilt for several years when I was in the Canadian Scottish Regiment.
    I used to spend hours ironing all the pleats. Looked pretty smart when it was all done.
    As for the comments on the what is worn under the kilt, oh I have so many answers, but this is a family site.

    Tradition is the answer. If you didn't go "regimental" you were fined.

    Wow is this thread getting convoluted.
    Maybe a Topic area is needed. Lassies and Laddies

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  • BobD
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    I'm afraid I can't answer that with any word except--------Tradition!

    Bob

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  • SharonW0111
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    Okay now I just have to ask -- and please don't be offened--- why don't you fellers wear underwear under them there kilts? seems it would be a bit "breezy"

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  • BobD
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    But I just hate when my wool kilt gets wrinkled. Wrinkles infuriate me! No Highlander worth his claymore would be caught dead with a wrinkled skirt...i mean kilt. So if it takes an iron to get rid of those wrinkles, then iron I must!

    Bob

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