SirHaggis

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SirHaggis last won the day on February 15

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About SirHaggis

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    Kilt Fan
  • Birthday 01/17/1963

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Georgia
  • Interests
    Celtic music. Harley Davidson motorcycles. Food & Guinness. Soccer.
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  1. Looks like it is next to the Leatherneck pattern.
  2. Welcome. I'm in Columbus, GA.
  3. Excellent. Hello from Columbus GA
  4. Welcome from Columbus, GA.
  5. Cool
  6. Hello from Georgia
  7. Inspired by our own Scottish Wildcat tartan designer, I've visited Scotweb and started playing on their tartan design page. Since there is no definitive Brewster tartan, I came up with this. Using my life journey from a high school dropout to an emergency room physician, I have Marine Corps and university colors over the base black. In like it. What do y'all think?
  8. Excellent
  9. My son and I last Saint Patrick's Day. One very much "correct" by most standards and the other more casual. Both kilted and proud; keeping it alive.
  10. I do agree that there is a time and place for "correct" wearing of the kilted formal outfit but those who want to apply military standards to casual civilian kilted dress need to be honest and consider what other items do they apply these military standards? Your shirts have military creases? What about your jeans? Checked your belt alignment lately? No, then quit trying to militarize my daily wear of kilts. It is clothing. Standards for clothing change. Unless you want to see kilts die or just become a cute cultural costume then please don't mock the casual wearer. We are helping keep it alive. Kilt on brother & sisters.
  11. Indiana tartan.
  12. Also don't let the tartan police tell you that you must have a blood line to wear a certain tartan. It is not true. Wearing a family's tartan was about loyalty not blood and most tartan patterns are newly invented and have little to do with pre-1746 clans. If that is a concern for you, you can actually design your own tartan on scotweb.co.uk
  13. Welcome. Best advice I can give you is measure carefully. Several sites like usakilts.com has videos to help you get it right.
  14. Well played. He picked the duel, you won.
  15. Excellent. Kilt on.