Captain Karrot

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About Captain Karrot

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    Kilted Karrot #105
  • Birthday 04/26/1966

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    Lewis Center (Columbus), OH
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    Good beer...acting...singin...Kilt Wearin'
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  1. These are bad-ass! I don't know that I'd wear them for a formal situation, but day to day? Heck yeah!
  2. I would have started with "How are you going to explain to all your friends that a dude in a skirt kicked your ass?", then proceeded to whittle him down more with sharp verbal attacks that he was certainly unable to defend. Your restraint is to be lauded.
  3. Hello and welcome from Columbus, OH! I've traveled to Indianapolis for work and other things, and have worn my kilt there several times. I wouldn't expect any problems.
  4. My sgain dub made by Eric Herring from wood from the USS Constitution. So cool
  5. It is always harder to identify the correct cockpit when the pilot is wearing a kilt.
  6. I'd say my go-to is my Casual Kilt in the US Navy tartan from USA Kilts. Low maintenance, machine washable, wrinkle resistant. I also wear my UTKilts gray Ultimate Modern Utility Kilt with comfort waist (built like a tank - but very comfortable. Only complaint is that it definitely needs ironing with steam and heat when you wash it). Tons of pockets, plus I had my friend's mom embroider a Celtic knot skull, which looks really cool!
  7. The blonde asked, "what is that?" "Bowling ball," the kilted man answered. The blonde replied "Does that hurt as much as tennis elbow?"
  8. In essence I agree with you (especially the pleats in front). However, I caution against doing this too much, and especially how we communicate these suggestions. We don't want to let ourselves be perceived as "kilt police". Remember, ultimately the Kilt is a garment, and we all have the freedom to wear it as we like. The biggest thing we need to do is support those of us who are brave enough to defy convention by going unbiforcated.
  9. It's a VERY tasty beer, too!
  10. So obvious, so often not done. Great advice!
  11. Great to hear. The sporran you made is my go to for daily wear. Love it!