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  1. The happiest moment of this kiltie's life is every moment I spend with my kids, seeing the joy and awe on their faces as they finally get to experience all the things I used to do as a child in my hometown. It is easily the most amazing feeling to see their eyes wide with wonder every day something new is discovered and experienced. yes, this is true happiness. *****do not repost without a link to this page***** Get your own copy of Kiltology here! http://www.kiltology.com
  2. The word lackadaisical does not mean he who is lacking daisies. It is the representation of a general malaise among many folks, those who expect a miracle take care of their responsibilities without any effort on their part. For some the effort isn't enough, but at least they are trying. Those who simply don't try and expect the same or better results are lackadaisical. How does this apply to the Kilt? The act of simply wearing a kilt the first time takes a great deal of effort and determination. Nothing lackadaisical there. *****do not repost without a link to this page***** Get your own copy of Kiltology here! http://www.kiltology.com
  3. Wind Blows Kilt sways Blush *****do not repost without a link to this page***** Get your own copy of Kiltology here! http://www.kiltology.com
  4. The New Year's resolution is a promise made every year, a goal you set to accomplish for yourself. The very first New Year's Resolution was actually a Hogmanay Resolution. It was a bonnie lass, saying "I will see what is under that lad's kilt before this night is through!" There is no evidence of her success or failure, but I don't know a single bonnie scottish lass who doesn't get what she wants!
  5. Crow is a staple in the diet of some kilties. Especially when he thinks he has had an epiphany and is reminded by all his friends and family that he sounds like his p@nt$ are on too tight. *****do not repost without a link to this page***** Get your own copy of Kiltology here! http://www.kiltology.com
  6. It is well known that bad children get coal in their stockings from Santa. It is NOT well known as to why coal was chosen from all the undesirable things a child could get, or even nothing at all. The truth is that Santa really enjoys a wee nip o' the water of life, and the smell of coal almost perfectly masks the smell of a good peaty single malt. *****do not repost without a link to this page***** get your own copy on Kiltology on Amazon! http://www.amazon.co.../dp/098593820X/
  7. It is widely known that children around the world leave something for Santa to snack on and drink on Christmas eve. The snacks vary from country to country, here in the US milk and cookies are the norm. On the very first Christmas, the kilted folks left a dram of scotch and a wee roll for Santa. It was regarded as the greatest Christmas of all time by the children of kilties, as they received massive amounts of gifts, especially those further down the delivery list. The day after Christmas, on the other hand, was regarded as the worst peacetime day in kilted history. Santa had come home so drunk that he tried to get VERY frisky with her, passed out, woke up, walked out into the toy factory without his p@nt$ and passed out again in a pile of chocolate candies, half of them eaten, the other half melted and matted in his beard. The elves drew all over him in markers. Mrs. Claus was not impressed. Mrs. Claus made a trip to every single kilted house the following night and walloped every kiltie over the head with a club VERY hard. She assured them she would return if it every happened again, with a club for the kiltie and a bigger club for the scotch cabinet. She also said the elves would stop making scotch for good kilties everywhere. Scotch was never again left out for Santa. He was not happy and started handing out coal for bad kids the next year. *****do not repost without a link to this page*****
  8. For the kilted man, the word 'single' can have two vastly different meanings depending on his situation. For the single kiltie with a decent job and no kids, it means the party is on. He has the ability to venture out in the world and cause as much 'trouble' as he sees fit, or that his friends will let him get away with. He becomes the life of the party and is loads of fun to hang around with. For the single kiltie WITH children, it is a turning point in his life. He either grows an even bigger pair, takes full responsibility for his kids and works his ass off to give them the very best childhood he can with what he has. He sacrifices his own personal wants and needs to ensure that his kids are well taken care of and provided for if he has to. He goes to the ends of the earth to ensure no harm befalls his children. Otherwise he bails on his kids completely and becomes a black mark on kilties everywhere; an oxygen theif robbing good people of good air. Personally, I think any kiltie who bails on their kids like that is unfit to wear the kilt and deserves the torture that is wearing p@nt$ every day for the rest of his life. *****do not repost without a link back to this page*****
  9. It is well known the traditional kiltie wears only what he was born with 'neath his kilt. I in my travels amongst the non-kilted, I've heard many folks say it is 'gross' to not wear underwear. For those who think it is gross, do me a quick favor. Look at the coffee mug you take in the car/truck.. I'm almost certain you drank from it this morning while it is in dire need of a trip to the seldom-seen kitchen sink for a deep cleaning. Here is the really gross part. You put your mouth on that filthy thing EVERY morning. Next time you think a kiltie's dress habits are gross, take a look at your morning coffee routine first before passing judgement. *****do not repost without a link to this page*****
  10. Nothing is a VERY meaningful word in the kilted universe ~ Nothing is what is worn under a kilt. it all works just fine! ~ Nothing is left after kilties conquer a foreign land ~ Nothing is what you find in the pub after a kilted pub crawl ~ Nothing is what you get from a kiltie if you don't ask for it in plain english ~ Nothing is the contents of a kiltie's pantry after having friends over 'for a nightcap' similarly, ~ None is the amount of BS a kiltie will put up with if you mess with his friends and family ~ No where is where you will get for making fun of or insulting a kiltie for his choice of clothing ~ No one will convince me that wearing a kilt is wrong, evil, or will otherwise make me less of a man and lastly ~ Never is how often you will catch me in a shower wearing a kilt.
  11. The journey of self discovery is filled with introspection, reflection and a humbling moment when you realize how you fit into your particular version of the world. It is then filled will copious amounts of fellowship and imbibing as you share your new-found enlightenment with all your friends. You then spend the rest of the morning spouting drunken philosophical ramblings to anyone who will listen. You wake up the next morning, trying to figure out what in hell happened and where your kilt has gone walkabout to. And then the trip begins as you try to discover yourself, the reason for your excruciating headache and the bottle of aspirin. *****do not repost without a link to this page*****
  12. Most folks in the world know a rolling pin is used to flatten dough for baking. What few know is its true origin. The Rolling Pin was initially invented by the wives of Kilties as a means to change their minds. A small caber was first used, but was found to be cumbersome and unwieldy. The caber was cut down with a handle carved in the end. It only took a few weeks before one of these was found in most every home in the land, especially those close to pubs. Only after one of these lasses got angry at some pie dough she was working with and clubbed it did she realize this 'husband tamer' had other less destructive, more productive uses. The Rolling Pin as it was now called was immediately welcome in homes across the world, with it's nefarious true use secreted away to the inner circles on women everywhere. Kilties, be sure to check your house for one of these things...and hide it. *****do not repost without a link to this page*****
  13. When dealing with kilties, do not for the love of all that is holy think you have the all-powerful ability to sway his judgement or change his ideals and way of thinking, especially during an election. Trying to change how a kiltie thinks, or votes in this case, is like trying to do a frame-up restore of a Judge with only a broken wooden spoon as your tool kit. If you don't believe me, just as a kiltie's wife. There is a reason scottish wives invented the rolling pin, and it had nothing to do with making bread. *****do not repost without a link back to this page*****
  14. it is a well known fact that kilties are at the forefront of the fashion world. Everyone who is anyone has been seen in a kilt, and it shall continue to be this way for all time. best part is, no matter what it done to make the kilt different, special or unique... ...it will always be a kilt. *****do not repost without a link to this page*****
  15. Speed is extremely important to many a kiltie. The speed at which a kiltie can remove his kilt and kit in low light may have a very serious impact on his ability to progress from speaking to a bonnie lass to something more. *****do not repost this without a link back to this page*****
  16. For the average kiltie, persistence is a built-in quality. What does that mean? If a kiltie gets something stuck in his head, he will move heaven and earth to make it a reality. so, word to the wise: never get between a kiltie and his goals. It could end badly.
  17. Concrete. Rock Solid concrete. that is what your sinus cavity feels like it is full of when you are actually allergic to an entire state. The kilt has no power to prevent this unless you wear it on your head, which we all know is not a good idea if you are the one originally wearing it on your waist. Anyone else with a kilt on their head has to deal with the consequences on their own. *****do not repost without a link back to this page***** ( get your copy of Kiltology Volume 1 now! )
  18. sit quietly you and your thoughts nothing else no talking no playing no working no outside influence just you and your thoughts now think about those things which you have no explanation for think long and hard do not seek and answer, just think. be at peace with yourself and everything around you be calm be still know yourself understand yourself be at peace with yourself *****do not repost without a link back to this page***** ( get your copy of Kiltology Volume 1 now! )
  19. . If you want to be sure you are in for a very lengthy, drawn out discourse on any topic you chose, make a point opposite to that of a Kiltie, and stick to it. You will almost certainly remain arguing with the kiltie, who will also refuse to give his ground, until well after any sane folks would have simply given up and gone home. in extreme cases, you may be handed the keys to the establishment and instructed to close down when you finish if the owner has been through this before. ( get your copy of Kiltology Volume 1 now! ) *****do not repost without a link back to this page*****
  20. As is well known, there are more way to show your affection to another than hairs on most of our heads. That being said, if you feel affection for another, be sure to SHOW that affection though your actions and deed. The most heartfelt affection shown only through words is just another story being told, with nothing to back up those words besides hot air. And without actions behind the words, the target of your verbal affection will most likely find someone else, who knows more than how to speak. ( get your copy of Kiltology Volume 1 now! ) *****do not repost without a link back to this page*****
  21. the definition of a perfect moment varies wildly from person to person, more so among kilties. This moment I'm quite certain will fit most everyone definition of a perfect moment. This morning, while getting the kids ready for the day, I sat on the couch for a moment in a vain attempt to wake up. Both my wonderful children decided it was an opportune time to dog pile and tickle daddy with insane yet joyous cackles filling the air. They proceeded to attempt to tickle for a few moments until I retaliated, getting them both laughing hysterically. I stopped tickling a few seconds later and they both just lay there, quietly holding me and each other. I know it was only a minute or so, but for those scant few moments the entire world could have stopped and it would have been fine. We were happy. That was a perfect moment I will not ever forget. ***do not repost without a link to this page***
  22. it is a little known fact that seasonal allergies are in not just a random medical condition, but a concerted act of biological warfare against kilties by none other than Mother Nature herself When She realized men would no longer bend to her will after they had donned the Kilt and found their new freedom, Mother Nature released into the atmosphere an evil biological attack on all kilties in the form of mold, pollen and all manner or airborne microbes designed to make the kiltie as miserable as possible. While it is a nuisance to some, and a huge pain to others, this feable attempt to keep us kilties down has failed with the advent of a myriad of anti-allergy medicines and treatments. Again, Mother nature doesn't get her wish and will undoubtedly come up with some other devious means of ending kiltie freedom ( or at least getting a glimpse of their kilted pride! ) ( get your copy of Kiltology Volume 1 now! ) *****do not repost without a link back to this page*****
  23. Balls are found EVERYWHERE in life! ~ They bounce around from here to there when in motion ~ They sit still when not going anywhere ~ They seem to have a natural attraction and curiosity about them ~ They are almost always the topic of conversation when they are around a kilt ~ Stepping on them can cause a great amount of pain ~ They make a clanging sound when bouncing together ~ Many fear them falling on their head ~ They are guarded fiercely by their owners ~ the bigger they are, the more proud their owner is ~ They can mesmerize when when roll them around in hand ~ They are seldom receptive to anything cold ~ They are best left to be handled by someone skilled in their use ( get your copy of Kiltology Volume 1 now! ) *****do not repost without a link back to this page*****
  24. Kilties out there, pay very close attention to those around you, especially the lasses. Learn to read their body language and signals, and understand what they are trying to say without speaking. For those who are extremely skilled, you can determine everything that could be said in a discussion well before any words are exchanged. ( especially if her hands are warm ) ( don't forget to get your copy of Kiltology Volume 1! )) *****do not repost with a link to this page*****
  25. I've heard a great many times that kilties have no 'filter' from folks who ( obviously ) are not kilted. I strongly disagree. Were a kiltie to need a filter, he can simply pour the beverage which needs to be filtered either through his kilt or into his gullet. Either way, whatever it was that needed to be filtered will come out filtered in some manner. ( odds are the beverage will NOT go through the kilt, as it is not fresh from the wash and the kiltie won't want to risk staining the kilt. It is best to let him filter it the old fashioned way, just don't expect to get any of the beverage back in a drinkable form )