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Hi Asha, there are so many stories about what Scottish men wear under their kilts.

* Do you know what the truth is?
* Why is it such a carefully guarded secret?
* Do you have to marry a Scot before they tell you??

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Joy, here is picture cool that might answer your question:
What's Under the Kilt?

Just scroll down to the picture of the three men.

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I married a Scot (actually, he's half Scot, half German) and he told me that Scottish men really wear nothing.

My husband said there isn't a kilt long enough for him to wear and be considered decently dressed. LOL. I let him live with his delusions. wink

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About 13 years ago my then-boyfriend and I were invited to a wedding in Edinburgh - he was the best man and the wedding party wore kilts. They definitely wore nothing under them and it made the dancing part of the evening quite a trip!!!


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Originally Posted By: Phyllis, Native American
Joy, here is picture that might answer your question: What's Under the Kilt?
Just scroll down to the picture of the three men.

Wow Phyllis, I didn�t know there was so much info available on kilts! And on that site the kilts for babies are so sweet.

Also, I love the way the site gives advice like �use the weight of your sporran to ensure that the apron of your kilt is always between your legs, when sitting with your knees apart.� (JOY)

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Originally Posted By: Lori Chidori - Marriage
I married a Scot (actually, he's half Scot, half German) and he told me that Scottish men really wear nothing. My husband said there isn't a kilt long enough for him to wear and be considered decently dressed. LOL. I let him live with his delusions. wink
Hi Lori, that's a funny story. By the way, I gather from that site that one can also buy kilts for women. Have you got one? (JOY)

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where can I find a kilt-wearing boyfriend? sounds like it would make certain things a lot easier to get to! ;) ;) ;)

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Originally Posted By: Lisa - Buddhism
About 13 years ago my then-boyfriend and I were invited to a wedding in Edinburgh - he was the best man and the wedding party wore kilts. They definitely wore nothing under them and it made the dancing part of the evening quite a trip!!!
Hi Lisa, I think it�s lovely that such traditions are still going strong ... and allowed to, especially in these days of political correctness. (JOY)

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Originally Posted By: Alicia Jacqueline S
where can I find a kilt-wearing boyfriend? sounds like it would make certain things a lot easier to get to! wink wink wink
Hi Alicia, I think Phyllis' site above would be a good place to start! (JOY)

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