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    Quote Originally Posted by McMurdo View Post
    both together is enough to turn my stomach to be honest.
    To turn your stomach, aren't you being extreme McMurdo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickHughes123 View Post
    To turn your stomach, aren't you being extreme McMurdo?
    I'd say I was holding back. Both are modern ideas that are not traditional or even appealing to me. My sister once bought me a very expensive Ghillie Shirt for Christmas, it got returned on Boxing Day and I got 2 new pair of hose that I would actually wear instead of burning the shirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McMurdo View Post
    I'd say I was holding back. Both are modern ideas that are not traditional or even appealing to me. My sister once bought me a very expensive Ghillie Shirt for Christmas, it got returned on Boxing Day and I got 2 new pair of hose that I would actually wear instead of burning the shirt.
    Again, extreme! Burning shirts!? Anyway, I would say plaids and Ghillie shirts sit in the realm of modern traditional. If that makes sense? They are modern versions/developments of traditional garments, while also being those traditional garments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickHughes123 View Post
    Again, extreme! Burning shirts!? Anyway, I would say plaids and Ghillie shirts sit in the realm of modern traditional. If that makes sense? They are modern versions/developments of traditional garments, while also being those traditional garments.

    Modern traditional
    We will have to agree to disagree here Patrick they are to me the dogs breakfast nothing more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McMurdo View Post
    We will have to agree to disagree here Patrick they are to me the dogs breakfast nothing more.
    They are to me, the popular kids cereal that little Johnny Russel keeps bugging his mum to get for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McMurdo View Post
    We will have to agree to disagree here Patrick they are to me the dogs breakfast nothing more.
    And I also like my bonnet diced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickHughes123 View Post
    Again, extreme! Burning shirts!? Anyway, I would say plaids and Ghillie shirts sit in the realm of modern traditional. If that makes sense? They are modern versions/developments of traditional garments, while also being those traditional garments.

    Modern traditional
    I am sorry Patrick, but your kilt attire would never ever be considered as traditional, not even modern traditional by those that have been around kilt attire for some time. Presumably you know that as you have posted this thread in the contemporary section.
    " 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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