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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Ashton View Post
    There was a time when rare earth magnets to hold the kilt pin on, without putting holes in the kilt, were all the rage.

    Until you go through a parking lot and your kilt pin decides to latch itself to the fender of some parked car.
    Yikes! I imagine leaving a nice scratch in someone's car before you can stop yourself from walking. They still seem like a practical idea. Are they common nowadays, or have they fallen out of favor?

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    That's as good a reason as any to wear them. I have some cufflinks from my Grandfather, but I don't get many chances to wear them. I value things that get handed down through generations like that. It's nice to have things that remind us of those we love. It's too bad my Grandfather didn't do kilts like yours.

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