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    guardsman is offline Oops, it seems this member needs to update their email address
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    Well now , if whisky makes your wife put her hand up your kilt I will have to make mine drink it too LOL. Excellent photos of what looks a great eveing.

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    Jeez! Get a room, you two! It is the Brown Palace, after all.
    Looks like you had fun.
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    Yeah, I'm not sure which is worse in that pic, the sparkle in her eyes or the big grin on his face!
    For me, there is nothing in this world that holds the same fascinating appeal as watching the backside of well kilted man...

    Quote Originally Posted by LitTrog
    A kilt to middle school?! That's like wearing meat pants into the lion enclosure.

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    I take umbrage at the notion of the grin or the hand being "worse" as both of them indicate pool parties in the appropriate craniums. You know, just to borrow an analogy.

    ... and I bet the whisky was good, too.
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    Looks like you had better notes than this guy:

    http://walrusmagazine.com/articles/2...t-pasha-malla/
    Last edited by Dangerdean; 1st May 12 at 04:04 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TurboKittie View Post
    Yeah, I'm not sure which is worse in that pic, the sparkle in her eyes or the big grin on his face!
    I d'know. I think one is appropriate to the other,given the company. And my guess is that he's always had that vaguely comic visage,hand up his kilt or not.
    KILTED LABOWSKI

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan H View Post
    I take umbrage at the notion of the grin or the hand being "worse" as both of them indicate pool parties in the appropriate craniums. You know, just to borrow an analogy.
    If a person were forced to choose, the hand is the obvious choice since it is the direct cause of the grin's goofy smugness.

    I am aware of only one other situation that is even remotely as distasteful. It has the same elements: wool, intruding hand, smug grin...

    Mister McGoo

    A Kilted Lebowski--Taking it easy so you don't have to.

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    KILTED LABOWSKI

    "I imagine a place of brotherhood and peace, a world without war. Then I imagine attacking that place because they would never expect it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LitTrog View Post

    I am aware of only one other situation that is even remotely as distasteful. It has the same elements: wool, intruding hand, smug grin...
    ...curly-haired woman who does all the thinking and talking...

    Figured some wag out there would post that hilarious addition sooner or later. Might as well reduce the sting by doing it myself.
    Mister McGoo

    A Kilted Lebowski--Taking it easy so you don't have to.

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    I am seriously sorry that I missed this event. Other than being in Scotland, I can not think of many other places that I would enjoy spending some time in other than the environs of the Brown Palace. My darling wife Maggie and I try to enjoy Afternoon Tea there whenever we are visiting Denver.
    Add that to a Macallan tasting and I am certain that it was an event that will live long in your memories, (for a variety of reasons).
    Si Deus, quis contra? Spence and Brown on my mother's side, Johnston from my father, proud member of Clan MacDuff!

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