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  5. Good afternoon distinguished participants of the forum. Help identify the gift case in which the metal products are a cigar cutter; Cigar case; flask. Thank you in advance to all those who responded. I 'm looking for a cigar cutter. Everything else is there. As an example, give up. https://smokeprofy.com/reviews/best-cigar-cutters/
  6. macmanjim

    Post your Clan or Sept History

    Maybe you should try a more reliable breed.
  7. macmanjim

    Tadalafil to become the party

    SPAM!
  8. macmanjim

    classificados pro league free fire

    Portugal sucks.
  9. macmanjim

    Texas Botk

    Kevin ignores this site. He's let it die in favor of Face Book.
  10. There's always the Phoenix Games.
  11. macmanjim

    Kilted Chronicle 5: The Beginner Piper

    A very expensive instrument to learn on.
  12. Too far from Dayton
  13. DEFINITION AND HISTORY OF SPORRAN ? 

     

    The sporran (/ˈspɒrən/; Scottish Gaelic for "purse"), a traditional part of male Scottish Highland dress to accompany a Scotsman’s kilt, is a pouch that performs the same function as pockets on the pocket less kilt. Made of leather or fur, the ornamentation of the sporran is chosen to complement the formality of dress worn with it. The sporran is worn on a leather strap or chain, conventionally positioned in front of the groin of the wearer.

     

    Due to the lack of pocket on the traditional kilt, the sporran serves as a wallet for any other necessary personal items. It is essentially a survival of the common European medieval belt-pouch, superseded elsewhere as clothing came to have pockets, but continuing in the Scottish Highlands because of the lack of these accessories in traditional dress. The sporran hangs below the belt buckle; and much.

    In the beginning of twelfth century Highland warriors were described as being “bare-legged, with shaggy cloaks and a scrip …” Such dress was, used at that time, confined to the Highlands, as Scottish Lowlanders considered such apparel as barbarous, referring with contempt to their Highland kilts for men as “red shanks”!

     

    Kilts in the twelfth century were very basic garments that were not tailored and comprised a single piece of tartan cloth some two yards in width by four or six yards in length. This was commonly called a Breacan, the Feileadh Bhreacain and the Feileadh Mor – or as the English called it The Big Kilt. It's length was down to knees and was secured over the left shoulder with a pin and a tight belt gathered it all around the waist.

     

    Such dress was ideally suited to the climate and for the people who wear tartan kilts of the Highlands. It allowed freedom of movement, the tightly woven woolen cloth was warm and waterproof, unwrapped it was very good against the weather and very comfortable overnight blanket, it dried out quickly and was much better than troo$er$. But unlike troo$er$, the kilt could not provide pockets and so the sporran was born out of necessity. A survival of the medieval purse, the sporran was the Highlander’s pocket they didn’t have.

     

    Early sporrans were made of from leather or animals skin, both deerskin and calfskin proved very popular. They were simple in design and usually gathered up by basic bags or by thongs with small tassels. The Western Highlanders of the Isles often wore cloth pouches known as trews.

     

    Original sporrans in the fourteenth century can be viewed at many Scottish museums. The history and evolution of the sporran can also be traced through early British military paintings and portraits of Highland soldiers; and then later on sporrans start to show more elaborate decoration.

     

    From the late 17th century and early 18th century sporrans were normally fitted with metal clasps, made from brass, or for clan chiefs, occasionally silver. The elaborate metal workings of some of these clasps are indeed miniature works of art. The goat-haired, sporran mulch or hairy sporran was introduced by the british military in the 18th century. These sporrans almost had flap-tops and large tassels and featured a variety of furs and hair such as fox and horse, or occasionally sealskin, all look like a badger’s head.

     

    The modern sporrans, or sporran – Gaelic, has evolved a long way from the doeskin bag containing different daily routine things and has many features like stainless steel and even plastics! Despite modern enhancements however, sporrans retain their basic design, principles and carry everything from car keys to mobile phones.

  14. Mike In Dayton

    Kilt Night - Dayton, Ohio - November 15, 2019

    Well darn. Looks like we have to postpone this event. I will post a new date/time when we sort it all out. Mike
  15. A group of us is getting together on Friday, November 15, 2019, at "The Pub" at the Greene. We will be there at 6pm. If we get a good count of attendees we will try to get reservations. Mike Update: need to reschedule this event
  16. Charlesdah

    Kilt Definition

    So, it has to be a live performance of a song from that year, right? Im a bit confused about the rest of your criteria. So, you want a definitive BAND for a year? Like, do you mean the band that has the most "definitive song" of that year? And then do you want a version of that song performed live that same year?
  17. Lenstaw

    Kilt Night Out In Houston Area

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  18. Lenstaw

    Scottish Swords.

    I was once asked if I was Scottish by a woman in a cafe. When I replied no, she asked why was I wearing a kilt then? As she was wearing troo$er$, I suppose I could have asked if she was a man. and if not why was she wearing troo$er$? Charlie If you adored this short article and you would like to receive even more information pertaining to How can I kill time at home or What order do the Dragon Age games go in kindly visit our page
  19. Charlesdah

    Advice from an old kiltie....

    I originally ordered armor from Anovos, but cancelled after numerous shipping delaysthe thypical Anovos story. I am wondering what armor troopers are using here in the MWG. I am looking at RS Prop Masters. Are there others that garrison members would recommend? Any advice would be very much appreciated Thank you in advance
  20. Lenstaw

    Post your Clan or Sept History

    Ive lost 2 of my greyhounds this year,and my third one is aging rapidly,probably go within the next 12 months Ive vowed not to have another one....but I know I will
  21. Lenstaw

    Beware of vagina biters

    as i said before, Gheddafi does not like Gonzi and his foreign affaris minister. he will do anything to make us sink. u gonzi ghadu jifrah li qed nghixu ahjar.
  22. So what is the calender. Fri night at the hotel and hang out, then Sat at the show, followed by a dinner together that night? Two nights at the notel motel or just Sat night?
  23. Lenstaw

    Beware of vagina biters

    Im sure I just posted to this thread saying almost exactly the same thing as Contadina, but its disappeared. Oh well, she said it too, so thats fine.
  24. This post is just so nice. I am also very much concerned about my new business and finding appropriate ways to grow the sales. I think that PPC Advertising is best for me at the moment because we can start getting desired results very quickly and you needn’t necessarily show your phone numbers.
  25. The Amadan

    Feel a Bit Out-of-Place

    No problem... Family needs come 1st! Just wanted you to be aware... would hate to see this site be recognized for reasons you never intended. Slainte!
  26. FJR1300

    Feel a Bit Out-of-Place

    Sorry About All Of That It Is Nice To Hear From You. John
  27. KT

    Feel a Bit Out-of-Place

    Short answer...yes. What happened? 1. New business struggling 2. Kids are teenagers...so stress 3. Diagnosed with diverticulitis, which sucks 4. Have disc that pinches spinal cord, so hands go numb 5. Problems with adults in various orgs I work with 6. Property dispute 7. Divorce crap still hanging over my head What does that mean here? Amadan has been diligent in keeping me up to speed as I have not paid enough attent here. As everything else seems to be going to shit, I will do my best to refocus on the one thing I can work on happily, this brotherhood. I did change registration rules so I have to approve every new user. This should eliminate spammers for now, and I am cleaning out the existing spammers. Thanks you for your everlasting patience while I get my life back together. KT
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