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    Anyone else going?

    http://www.paysonscottishfestival.org/



    Things will kick-off this Saturday the 12that 9:00am with the parade of clans.

    We will be there & I'll be inmy HEAVY military Kilt.

    Will also be the first time I've tried O.C.ing while Kilted. Although I have seen some of the Payson police do it there & it does look pretty sharp IMO.

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    Men in skirts... I think I gonna have to stay away from payson for a few days

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    Mr. Magnum wrote:
    Anyone else going?

    http://www.paysonscottishfestival.org/



    Things will kick-off this Saturday the 12that 9:00am with the parade of clans.

    We will be there & I'll be inmy HEAVY military Kilt.

    Will also be the first time I've tried O.C.ing while Kilted. Although I have seen some of the Payson police do it there & it does look pretty sharp IMO.
    I'll be inmy HEAVY military Kilt.

    ROTFLMAO.

    THIS I got see...:celebrate

    I MIGHT make it. It will be my 1st day on a Motorcycle since I got my MC license on the 2nd.

    Renting a 2004 Honda 750 Shadow if things work out. It might take a little bit longer than the 1 hour to drive there but I should be able to do it.

    http://www.mapquest.com/maps?1c=West...yson&2s=UT

    TJ

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    Now you went and did it!! You know full well that a kilt IS NOT a skirt!! Now you're gonna have to carry.



    Aw, hell, maybe they are skirts, after all didn't they invent the game of golf? I mean come on, how tough can you be if you get to claim that distinction?:P

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    Read this somewhere a long time ago:

    "You know why they call it a 'Kilt', right"

    "Umm, no..."

    "'Cause a lot of people got kilt when they tried to call it a skirt..."

    :shock:


    Edit to add: http://www.utilikilt.com/


    Edit #2: Sorry, old link no worky, use TJ's below. Thanks TJ!

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    PavePusher wrote:
    Read this somewhere a long time ago:

    "You know why they call it a 'Kilt', right"

    "Umm, no..."

    "'Cause a lot of people got kilt when they tried to call it a skirt..."

    :shock:


    Edit to add: http://www.utilikilt.com/
    ROFLMAO!
    If it isn't broke, then don't fix it, or you'll fix it until it's broke.

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    http://www.utilikilts.com/?page_id=10



    :celebrate:celebrate:celebrate:celebrate:celebrate

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    xmirage2kx wrote:
    Men in skirts... I think I gonna have to stay away from payson for a few days
    AND.... with guns

    Do you play the bag pipes?

    I love the sound of them but the whole kilt thing.... thats not in my genealogy

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    I love the sound of bagpipes too, though I don't know how to play them.

    I do love my kilts though. Nothing beats that breeze between the knees......Well Mrs. Magnum says there are other benefits, but I'll leave those to your imagination.:celebrate

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    Funny, you never hear anyone call one of these a skirt...



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    Mr. Magnum wrote:
    I love the sound of bagpipes too, though I don't know how to play them.

    I do love my kilts though. Nothing beats that breeze between the knees......Well Mrs. Magnum says there are other benefits, but I'll leave those to your imagination.:celebrate
    I have a very large... sporran. Am I compensating or counter-weighting? Only a select few know for certain...

    Right, now that I've thouroughly debased this thread, my apologies to the O.P. for helping drag us waaaayy off track.

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    Mr. Magnum wrote:
    Anyone else going?

    http://www.paysonscottishfestival.org/



    Things will kick-off this Saturday the 12that 9:00am with the parade of clans.

    We will be there & I'll be inmy HEAVY military Kilt.

    Will also be the first time I've tried O.C.ing while Kilted. Although I have seen some of the Payson police do it there & it does look pretty sharp IMO.


    We're gonna want pictures...

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