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Old 07-31-2009, 04:21 PM   #71
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I know a guy that has a "Utilikilt". I may get one at some point just because I don't much give a damn what other people think about me.

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UTILIKILTS : American Made Utility Kilts for Everyday Wear

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So two questions on two manly gray areas.

The Practikilt. Kilts are manly, and I've worn them before, and if you think it's not, I'll whip off my kilt and pee in your face.

But this is the Practikilt, a non traditional kilt. Their designs have cool names like "The Badland," or "The Outlaw."

Their site shows four male models wearing these kilts. Three are golfing, hiking, construction.

The fourth is an Emo.

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I met a guy at the local gun range a month or more ago wearing one of those type kilts. It looked somewhat military (olive green with flap pockets in the rear). This dude was my age (50ish), and had way cooler SUR's than I have. It was also hotter than h3ll in Texas that day. I thought to myself either he is a really tough girly guy, or an even tougher man's man with no doubts about his manhood. But in either case I bet he was a lot more comfortable in the 100+ degree heat than I was in conventional shorts.

I work for a company that has Scottish connections. I have been to formal parties where some of the Scots wore their full kilt uniform with the dress jacket, long socks, little bag in front and accompanying dagger. I have to say they look pretty spiffy in that traditional Scots formal attire.

Either way I don't think I have the cojones to try either kilt option.

I did get a peticure on a vacation in Jamaica once, kind of a dare you to do it from the wife.

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Unless a kilt is made from YOUR tartan, it's a plaid skirt. And if you see someone in a "practikilt" or whatever it's called, he's also looking for a meat whistle to tune. IMO

Vikings = real men.
Viking drink = manly drink
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I wore a kilt as a groomsman in a friend's wedding. His family has been traced back to the Cawdor Castle. I found it liberating and quite dressy. I felt like a man. Aided in relief after the open bar started pouring expensive Scotch and beer.

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Unless a kilt is made from YOUR tartan, it's a plaid skirt. And if you see someone in a "practikilt" or whatever it's called, he's also looking for a meat whistle to tune. IMO

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F*** that emo S***. I was raised by a single mother, and had 2 sisters. I learned very eraly proper treatment of a woman, not how to be a woman. My sister thinks they're hot, but every time I hear that s***, i reply with, they aren't real men, they have no man part, and will not be able to hold a job and properly raise a family. Damn ***** emos

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Kage tell us how you really feel.

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Let it out Kage...It's ok...Let it out

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