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if it works for you...so be it.

Last time I had to deal with kilts was 12 years ago or so....buddy was getting married asked me to be a groomsman...so of course I said yep. Then tried to con me into wearing a kilt cause he was and our other buddy the best man.

Well both of them have scottish names so I guess they're allowed, but they are so far removed from scottish culture....it seemed silly to me, but too each their own. I got an english last name, but besides that I find a kilt not useful or comfortable myself. So I stuck to pants.

You like the kilt, wear it proud. I'm sticking to my long pants.:)
 

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if it works for you...so be it.

Last time I had to deal with kilts was 12 years ago or so....buddy was getting married asked me to be a groomsman...so of course I said yep. Then tried to con me into wearing a kilt cause he was and our other buddy the best man.

Well both of them have scottish names so I guess they're allowed, but they are so far removed from scottish culture....it seemed silly to me, but too each their own. I got an english last name, but besides that I find a kilt not useful or comfortable myself. So I stuck to pants.

You like the kilt, wear it proud. I'm sticking to my long pants.:)
Haha! That's cool man! I am actually Scottish on both sides (via Kentucky where many Scottish immigrants settled). And I plan on getting married in Stirling, Scotland next year and will be wearing a kilt - I guess I won't be asking you to participate - hahaha
 
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