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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 11top, Jan 17, 2020.
Not your day. But you did get to see a guitar player in a very lovely skirt.
I could handle the wood thing, and even the boarding pass shenanigans, but spill a beer!??!!???
This is an altogether angrier looking piece of wood -- which under the circumstances, seems fitting!!
The first one reminds me of this...
And the second looks more like this!!!
And I imagine Steve’s reaction to them selling the first top was something like this!!!
Legs aren’t hairy enough, but I lent the dude my gigging wig (the one for my head Alan!).
Yeah we don’t need no stinking “budgie smugglers” haha!!
Well Steve I think your new wood looks great!
Obviously - you had to keep the other to yourself to protect your Twerkin' Merkin routine!
Absolutely! And this is my “twerkin” song!
On behalf of all kilt wearers:
It's not a skirt, it's a kilt!!!!!!
(shouted in a very angry-Scot accent!)
I think he meant:
“Awa an sh!te yer wee [email protected]”
That's exactly how I'd expect a guy in a skirt in winter to reply.
Oh, believe me, us skirt wearers want the world to know the difference too. We’re not on the same team!
Here ya go, losers, according to Webster’s dictionary...yeah, it’s a skirt:
\ ˈkilt \
Definition of kilt
(Entry 1 of 2)
1: a knee-length pleated skirt usually of tartan worn by men in Scotland and by Scottish regiments in the British armies
2: a garment that resembles a Scottish kilt
It’s unbelievably annoying when I’m right, isn’t it?
“You tak the high road and I’ll tak the low road and I’ll be in Scotland afore ye!”
All this talk of skirts has me wondering if you have appropriate shoes!
I’m too sexy for my skirt. Too sexy for my skirt, too sexy.
Hmm, I shall avoid calling the kettle black on such issues, since I am not exactly annoyance-free.
The more amusing element to that definition, IMHO, is the circular definition that basically says "a kilt is something that looks like a kilt".
I figure it’s this:
Genus, skirt. Species, kilt.
You’ll be happy to know that the ancient Greeks thought the Persians were sissies for wearing pants.
The history of the kilt is shady!
Oh, Les, that’s not true.
It’s not just when you’re right....
Entertaining, since the Persians of the day were certainly not sissies!