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Rubber wetsuits. Knee-high boots. Nuclear-powered clockwork cucumbers. Dressing up as Pingu whilst reading out loud from the works of Dan Brown. What floats your boat? Or what fetishes have you encountered? Suggestion via crackhouseceilidhband.

(, Thu 22 Oct 2009, 13:25)
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A brave brave man
I love men in kilts. It does have to be past the knee, and if it can be a little low slung on the hip, I am just in heaven. The ease of access, the possibility of a strong breeze:

Marilyn Monroe moment

Had a date with a lovely man who turned up in his kilt, riding a motorbike. Length? You wouldn't have known it was winter.
(, Mon 26 Oct 2009, 7:04, 12 replies)
I wore a kilt to a wedding once and frankly got quite bored of the question of whether I was indeed naked under it. Also quite bored of the gaggle of women surrounding me trying to whip my kilt up to see what's under it, or holding their cameras under my kilt and trying to photograph what's up there.

It's funny - I tried doing the same to a woman in a dress and got slapped and threatened with violence and police intervention.

Funny old world innit.

By the way, your username makes me go "ewwwww" :D
(, Mon 26 Oct 2009, 11:19, closed)

Your mistake was in being the only person there is a kilt.
Last wedding I was at, no-one tried anything like that but, as it was in Scotland, most of us were in kilts.

That said, the extra attention when you wear a kilt outside of Scotland can be fun sometimes.
(, Mon 26 Oct 2009, 11:23, closed)
I agree - although I wasn't supposed to be the only one in a kilt. My mate chickened out.
The attention was fun for a while, but then it got boring and irritating.

Shame as I have fantastic be-haired legs. Your loss, girls. :D
(, Mon 26 Oct 2009, 11:25, closed)

Last time I wore my kilt in England, I did have one rather attractive young lady ask if she could stroke my sporran (sadly, not a euphemism) but that was balanced out by one of my twatty mates sprinting up a three story flight of stairs so I wouldn't see him coming and he could lift the back of my kilt to check if I was wearing anything.
(, Mon 26 Oct 2009, 16:03, closed)
Glad to put the "ewwww" in your day.
I do draw the line at upskirting the be-kilted. I like a little more discretion in my perversions.
(, Mon 26 Oct 2009, 20:27, closed)
I hate to be pedantic but...
...if it's low-slung on the hip then something's wrong.

A properly-fitted kilt will reach the navel and will be cut to fit the small of your back (it's about the only thing that stops it falling down).

So, if it's that low, it's either a cheap knock-off or it's slipped a bit.
(, Mon 26 Oct 2009, 11:25, closed)
Even that description...
gets me going just a little bit. And we all know that what is wrong can sometimes be so right.
(, Mon 26 Oct 2009, 20:22, closed)
It does?
(, Tue 27 Oct 2009, 2:06, closed)
It *does* have to be at or just past your knee
General rule of thumb is the bottom of your kilt should just touch the ground when you're kneeling. If it's shorter it's not a kilt, it's a tartan miniskirt and you will look stupid.
(, Mon 26 Oct 2009, 20:41, closed)
I know
But to reach the knee, it still shouldn't be as low as hip-height.
If it is, then it's the wrong size.
(, Tue 27 Oct 2009, 12:11, closed)
Kilts that just touch the ground are for foreigners and wimps. Real kilts are an inch of the ground when you're kneeling.
(, Tue 27 Oct 2009, 22:43, closed)
Getting to the stage...
where pictures are required to prove the argument. Just saying. Nothing weird.
(, Thu 29 Oct 2009, 9:40, closed)

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