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    My New Diced Glengarry

    Hello everyone,

    So I bought this diced Glengarry last week, and is the newest headwear to my kilt outfit.

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    Not the proper 1st class Glengarry, cheap one made with cardboard stiffener. Although, that doesn't bother as much as it does everyone else. As long as it looks good, I am fine with it. It is the first time I have ever worn it and I think it adds a certain look to my outfit, an entirely new level of oooommmppphhhh!!
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    I am partial to the look of glengarrys. I like it.
    Descendant of the Gillises and MacDonalds of North Morar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FossilHunter View Post
    I am partial to the look of glengarrys. I like it.
    Thank you very much FossilHunter!

    Tell me, do you have any diced Glengarries? And do you have a customized one with "Fossil Hunter" written on it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickHughes123 View Post
    Thank you very much FossilHunter!

    Tell me, do you have any diced Glengarries? And do you have a customized one with "Fossil Hunter" written on it?
    No glengarries unfortunately. My paleontologist bonnet is a hard hat. Or a big straw hat when they allow it.
    Descendant of the Gillises and MacDonalds of North Morar.

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    If the inside is cardboard I would recommend avoiding rain. I ruined a few such bonnets during my time in uniform before acquiring one from Mackie.

    Oh, and to the consternation of my Regimental Sergeant Major, I usually wore it cocked at a precarious angle. Despite seeming to be annoyed, I think he was secretly happy ...

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