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http://www.xmarksthescot.com/forum/f110/stillwater-weathered-lamont-38-a-64854/#post959487

Go to this link on a kilt forum, I know this guy that is selling it. He is a super guy and you can beleive him $85 bucks

great bargin, wish it fit me

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I seen this kilt worn by the seller, it is a good looking kilt and is in good shape.  

I'd love to have it, but It would need to be a lot bigger around the waist.

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Jim,
  You can have some of my girth if you wish laughing.gif  Like George I should have laid off the beer when I was younger, now it is much harder to get rid of the weight, I did stop drinking beer (Scotch took its place) but my wife is a good cook...I don't understand it...everything she makes seems to put on the weight confuse.gif
 Just looked at the pictures, a good looking Kilt indeed, wish I could fit into it.

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disbeliefWood Badger wrote:

Jim,
  You can have some of my girth if you wish laughing.gif  Like George I should have laid off the beer when I was younger, now it is much harder to get rid of the weight, I did stop drinking beer (Scotch took its place) but my wife is a good cook...I don't understand it...everything she makes seems to put on the weight confuse.gif
 Just looked at the pictures, a good looking Kilt indeed, wish I could fit into it.



I can relate Richard, I have the same afflliction.  Just the other day I was looking at one of Drac's old posts and I swear I put on 2 pounds in 5 minutes. wink

As far as the kilt, I have always been interested in a weathered Lamont kilt but truth be told, I really covet a muted Lamont.  Mary's husband, Jim, has one and I find it quite appealing - the kilt, not Jim. 

 



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Im interested in buying this Weathered Lamont kilt!  I hope its still available.  I will post a reply on Xmarksthescot as soon as that forum allows.  Thanks for the tip George. 

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Luckey wrote:
The good news is - - - - - ->  We are "Substantial Gentlemen" and it just takes 9 yards of fine Scottish wool to go around our substance.  biggrin

 

disbeliefWood Badger wrote:

Jim,
  You can have some of my girth if you wish laughing.gif  Like George I should have laid off the beer when I was younger, now it is much harder to get rid of the weight, I did stop drinking beer (Scotch took its place) but my wife is a good cook...I don't understand it...everything she makes seems to put on the weight confuse.gif
 Just looked at the pictures, a good looking Kilt indeed, wish I could fit into it.



I can relate Richard, I have the same afflliction.  Just the other day I was looking at one of Drac's old posts and I swear I put on 2 pounds in 5 minutes. wink

As far as the kilt, I have always been interested in a weathered Lamont kilt but truth be told, I really covet a muted Lamont.  Mary's husband, Jim, has one and I find it quite appealing - the kilt, not Jim. 

 




 



-- Edited by MacPatrick on Tuesday 8th of March 2011 06:56:00 AM

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I like the term "Men of Substance" smile

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Remember Robin Hood: Men in Tights?

We're men, substantial men in Kilts.  If you think that is bad, you should hear me sing it in person. bleh

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