Undecided Bride

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by xjb0906, Jan 20, 2013.

  1. Ed Lee

    Ed Lee Utimate User

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    More like the "Marylyn Monroe". In December, when wearing a kilt, just don't stand too close to the Courthouse on the Square in Alexandria VA. Otherwise, don't hand vault a fence or climb a ladder when wearing one. Gives you and idea why the clogging dance began ... so you could hold your kilt down. Certainly wouldn't want to do a circle polka with embellishment of the Cossack leg lift moves in one!

    My thought is: "If you can't use what you see, what's the big deal?"
     
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  2. tedh1951

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    My brother plays pipes, and is often offended by women attempting to explore / to discoverer
    (presumably) what is worn under the kilt. Now he plays in a Police Band with Police uniform
    and all, and still women assault him in this manner. If any bloke were to explore a ladies nether
    regions in this way, we would be carted off to the slammer and charged.

    Do I sound incensed - well that's because I am.
     
  3. Ed Lee

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    Ted, I'll presume you know the squelched answer to what is worn beneath the kilt, and possibly have heard as many or more jokes about it than I have ... and I believe I've heard a lot.

    Actually, I've three kilts, a blue Stuart/Stewart (Prince Charlie) as is a mite small (36 W), a Modern Douglas (my Clan as has no standing Chief), and an American Police replete with plaid, the later whose band I was the Drum Major (even though I wore the rank of Captain) for 3 years. Most of the members of the band were prohibited from wearing their official badges. so we had our own made and each member paid $235.00 for the chest badge and bonnet crest.
     

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