"Greenwood Aged Beer"
- Oct 20, 2006
- Reaction score
- Seattle, WA
I've worn kilts for years. My mom bought me one when I was a teenager. From the first time I wore it I figured out there will always be dumbasses. I've had people actually want to fight me when wearing it, but I know it's because they are drunk, stupid, and they are only targeting me because I've provided an easy to see difference.Thanks Silviakitty, I was scared my first time I wore one, but man did the ladies love it. I had my picture taken with a lot of ladies the day of my best friend's wedding. If I wear one here in my small little hometown I get called a ****** or cross dresser. One guy, a smaller one trying to impress the people he was with, actually had the audacity to say something loud enough to not just be "funny" to the people who were with him but everyone in the restaurant. "How funny, a man in a cute little skirt with cute little socks trying to be all braveheart." So, since it was said in sarcasm and the guy ducked his head when I turned around to see who said it, I simply asked a quick question. "What do you think is funny, a guy in a cute little skirt, or a guy in a cute little skirt kicking your a$$?" He apologized and told him I accepted, but I also told him he should watch what he says because some wouldn't be so forgiving and I am sure his friends would enjoy the show that he started. He was truly sorry and so I felt great, but man it pissed me off. Aside from that I don't wear one in public often to avoid idiots like that guy, but every man may knock a kilt until they feel the freedom and are swamped with women wanting to get a pic or try to check under the kilt. I only go commando for formal events that I am not going to be doing anything other than standing or sitting nicely. I could only imaging everyday wear with nothing underneath
I used guilt and coercion. I remember it clearly because she learned the technique so well it's been working for her for 19 years now. You really gotta try and remember because it's gonna come back to haunt you and you'll have no defenses.
here we are
(I don't know how I convinced her to marry me)
Trust me, you don't want to see what's under the mask. It was a 30 degree morning during 4th of July week on our way out to Maine.