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    Question Would you wear a kilt?

    I'm curious to know how many of our men folk here have worn, or might wear, a kilt? On or off the bike? Here's one gent that doesn't mind wearing one.

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    Would you look?




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    Would you?

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    Nope. I'm not gay. Since there is a drop or two of Scot blood in this mongrel, I do have a kilt and I do wear it to appropriate occasions, with the appropriate traditional non-undies, just in case you're curious. Look, if you like, but please be respectful enough not to LOL. I've also ridden motorcycles while wearing it--all it takes is a stiff pole and a zip tie or two to make it behave.




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    I don't see why not. It would be refreshing to air it out once in a while.
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    I've seen some divers use kilts when getting in/out of a wetsuit. Works well.

    When getting out of the water, they pull the suit down to their waist, put the kilt on, then finish taking the suit off.
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    Oh, I thought at first you were talking about skydivers and kilts. Betcha have a hard time getting that visual out of your head.



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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
    Oh, I thought at first you were talking about skydivers and kilts. Betcha have a hard time getting that visual out of your head.
    Kinda sounds like it would hurt a bit...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbm View Post
    Kinda sounds like it would hurt a bit...
    Big fat guy with a bagpipe, ..., falling, ... .




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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
    big fat guy with a bagpipe, ..., falling, ... .
    lol!!

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