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    Controversial choice

    So I have this White short sleeved DR Who Shirt . . . huge fan of Dr. Who."

    I want to wear it with my kilt.

    Is that in poor taste?

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    A picture would help.
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    In poor taste? Why that's just stuff and nonsense, says I. Doctor Who t shirts are cool.

    BTW, always Doctor. Never Dr.

    Geronimo!
    Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ratspike View Post
    In poor taste? Why that's just stuff and nonsense, says I. Doctor Who t shirts are cool.

    BTW, always Doctor. Never Dr.

    Geronimo!
    Aye, good catch, that's my laziness coming in!

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    This is my "around the house" kilt and not one I'd wear out, the company said as a sports kilt it can be worn on the hip but idk.

    But that's the shirt.

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    In Scotland, the body decoration might be more likely to cause raised eyebrows than the shirt
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    Quote Originally Posted by neloon View Post
    In Scotland, the body decoration might be more likely to cause raised eyebrows than the shirt
    Alan
    Tattoos are frowned upon?

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    I have several tattoos and they are visible when I wear a short sleeved shirt. I have never had any issues.

    In regards to the Doctor Who tee shirt, there has now been three Scottish Doctors, I think a kilt is perfectly matched with a Whovian top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hirsty View Post
    I have several tattoos and they are visible when I wear a short sleeved shirt. I have never had any issues.

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    Sometimes, silence can be deafening. It always amazes me that some fail to notice the significance.
    Last edited by Jock Scot; 3rd March 17 at 01:01 AM.
    " Rules are for the guidance of wise men and the adherence of idle minds and minor tyrants". Field Marshal Lord Slim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jock Scot View Post
    Sometimes, silence can be deafening. It always amazes me that some fail to notice the significance.
    I'm not sure what you mean. Do you mean that tattoos are not acceptable in Scottish society, or that they are not acceptable to you, or something else entirely?

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