The Top 5 Reasons Why F**k Your Utilikilt


I have no issue with the kilt. It may be a strange piece of clothing, but it is culturally significant to those of Scottish and Celtic backgrounds. I do not, nor would I ever want to ban the kilt from wear. There is a time and a place for almost anything, including the kilt. Are you at the highland games? Are you in Scotland? Is it some sort of holiday where you want to celebrate your heritage? Hell, are you out drinking in a pub? Not only do I say wear I kilt, I say bring it on. Have a god damn kilt bonanza and feel the freeing breeze that crotchless legwear brings. This article is not about those occasions.

For some reason, a subset of Internet culture has determined that not only are kilts an excellent part of your everyday fashion, but they have invented the utilikilt, an all-purpose kilt made for whatever you need to do, because when men and women started doing manual labor or things that required lots of pockets the invention of pants was a terrible left turn in the history of sheets of fabric or animal hides meant to cover your nether regions. What this subset hasn’t seemed to grasp is that because you went back to ancient garb, society has moved on.

Nothing says the height of class like a glorified man-skirt
Nothing says the height of class like a glorified man-skirt

5. You are now “that weird guy”

Congratulations on your purchase of a kilt, utili or regular. Once you decide to wear that bad boy out in public free of any sort of social setting that a kilt is 100% acceptable in, you have earned yourself the title of “that weird guy.” Don’t feel too bad, I’m sure most of us have been there. I was once one of those people that wore a Naruto headband around because I thought it was cool and I didn’t care about school anyway. Then it dawned on me that I was wearing a sign that said “socially awkward” and put a barrier between myself and anyone I wanted any sort of personal or professional relationship with.

Now I see people wearing Naruto headbands with kilts and it’s like some bizarre universe where I started a guerrilla army meant to make every public situation incredibly awkward by placing my soldiers close enough to be too close, but not far enough to be ignored. Don’t get me wrong, I get not wanting to wear pants. Fuck pants. My apartment is my own no pants zone. I wear pants in public because that’s what society has dictated as acceptable. In the 80s it was legwarmers, dudes with lady hair and clothing that cut off in strange ways. Dressing like it was still the 80s would also make you that weird guy because we, as a society, moved on. Now please, move with us.

Classy, traditional, not for everyday wear.
Classy, traditional, not for everyday wear.

4. First Impressions Really Are Everything

What do you wear to a job interview? Chances are a suit, and even if it is for some shitty job stocking shelves at target, business casual, which means slacks, a button-down collared shirt and dress shoes. Not a god damned kilt. Even when working for a ‘fun job’ you show up to an interview looking your best because when you meet your potential boss for the first time, you want it to go well. There has been study after study as to why first impressions are so important, ignoring that is spitting in the face of science. Science got us to the moon dammit, why are you denying the moon by wearing a kilt?

Do you want to be forever known as the guy who wore a kilt to his presentation on the media’s coverage of suicides? I knew that guy, he’s a nice guy, but most of the class we had together avoided him like the, well guy who wore a kilt to class for no specific reason. It’s like if someone showed up to a raging kegger in a suit, clearly they didn’t get the memo on appropriate dress for the situation. Define yourself as the charmingly funny guy or the sweet guy who always knows the right thing to say, not kilt guy.

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3. So is networking, the world runs on who you know

In the professional world, you are measured on your merits. Sure, some people get jobs they are not qualified because of who they know, but far more people get jobs they are because of it. Who are you going to hire. the person with excellent qualifications or the other person with the same qualifications and a recommendation from your coworker? Now who would you hire if that coworker also said: “he does like to wear a kilt, though.” Unless you work at a kilt store or culturally related establishment, no one chooses kilt guy.

It’s not even just trying to build a professional network out in the world. My apartment becomes a pants only zone when I invite people over because even though I like my balls to be free of the confines of jeans when I’m alone, none of my friends want to see the shape of my junk when my boxers settle. People would respect a decision to wear a kilt at home to honor your ancestors, but not because you like feeling your balls dangling free. Even if you were friends with that guy, would you bring anyone over to his place? You can create your own network of kilt lovers, I’ll even give you the name kiltopia for it, but you will still be a relatively ostracized minority.

If you are doing construction work, chances are you want the protection of pants
If you are doing construction work, chances are you want the protection of pants

2. What do you want to do with your life?

Everyone aspires to doing something with their life, whether it’s to make a mark on the world or just make enough money that Applebee’s is a place you only eat at because of some obstinate friend who won’t take “Fuck Applebee’s” for an answer wants to get drunk on water down drinks and stuff their face with half off apps. Even if you have no aspirations, where would you work to support yourself? I’ve worked at shitty jobs before and even they had uniforms that didn’t include kilts. If kilts are too good for Taco Bell’s standards, shouldn’t they be for yours?

Even if you find that perfect job that accepts your kilted lifestyle and pays well, congratulations, you found your niche, try moving out of it. The last thing you want to do is pigeonhole yourself into one role. You want to make your skillset as big as possible so that, shitty or dream job, you can be a valuable asset. Sure, Kilt Guy can work at indie game studio, but if they collapse, would Activision hire him? I never want to wear the brand of unemployable, which my tattoo already makes me in some fields, but for the rest I just wear a long sleeved shirt and deal with it. You can deal with wearing pants.


1. Seriously, Fuck Your Utilikilt

Perhaps you are incredibly pissed off at me right now because I have spent most of this article explaining why wearing a kilt is a social faux pas in modern society and ignoring the utili part in the title, so this section is all for you. At face value, a utilikilt is no more a blight on your social standing than any other kilt. It’s what the utilikilt represents and has become that should inspire the same rage that burns within me. They took a traditional garb and perverted it. A kilt is a symbol of Scotland and its history. A utilikilt is someone trying to functionalize culture.

This came from one of two thought patterns. Either someone wanted to represent their culture, but modern society required them to carry more than their sporran could hold, already begging the question of what they were doing, and decided the thing the kilt needed was more pockets and functionality, you know, like pants. Or in an even worse mindset, someone had such a deep vendetta against pants that they adopted the ‘man skirt’ of another culture, removed the elements of significance and replaced them with pockets and plain colors because their balls just had to be free man.

  • There was a kid in my social media class that wore a kilt to school every day. He looks EXACTLY like the fat guy in your cover picture.

  • check your privilege.

  • sniffy

    Internet tough guy strikes again.

    Having met the Utilikilt company owners, I guarantee you wouldn’t say “Fuck your Utilikilt” to their faces.

  • Cameron Stark

    Haha there was a guy in my advertising class last semester that wore a kilt. Like, a literal kilt, though, not a utilikilt. Pretty sure he wasn’t Scottish. Maybe he just wanted to be different? I guess that’s why anyone does anything that’s otherwise socially weird. They want to feel confident doing something out of the norm. Even if it can cause awkward situations. :P Some people thrive off that.

    • DannyJane

      You don’t have to be Scottish to like a kilt. You just have to like to be comfortable. Nice knees don’t hurt, though.

  • Daniel LaVenture

    You definitely have too much time on his hands. It has always been my philosophy that I don’t judge another person’s happiness. Different people like different things, plain and simple. It doesn’t make them evil or stupid — it’s just them expressing themselves. And I don’t have to get it. As long as they are happy, then I am all for self expression.

    Real men do wear kilts, and they rock them.

    Wearing a kilt is not a fashion faux pas in my book. It says to the world, hey, I don’t give a f*** what other people think, I choose to be ME. I choose to question society,
    question the norm. I know for me, when I embraced it, that is when things got
    better in my life. I dress for me, not the masses.

    • Chuck Scott

      You tell ’em, Daniel……..KILT ON….

      • DannyJane

        Right there with ya, Daniel.

    • Michael Gibson

      Also put being comfortable over others stereotype of what a man should wear by being a real man and say I wear what I want where I want when I want

  • TonyKP

    Top 5 Reasons Why I Wear Kilts:

    1. Because I like them.
    2. Because I like them.
    3. Because I like them.
    4. Because I like them.
    5. Because I like them.

    So f*** you and your opinions about it.

    Seriously though – a self proclaimed geek being hypercritical about how other folks dress and presents themselves to the world? You need to turn in your geek card, man. You’ve lost your way.

    • Daniel LaVenture

      I couldn’t agree with you more. Kilt on guys!

    • Billtron

      “You need to turn in your geek card, man. You’ve lost your way.”


      • Michael Gibson

        Actually by definition he is the geek you need to turn in yours for you lack the knowledge to be a geek

        • Billtron

          I was quoting the original comment.

          • Michael Gibson

            Ok I’ll except that sorry by the way you placed it seemed like you were referring to the comment by Tony

    • Platon Ovidiu

      Agreeed! :D

  • Amadan

    And I care what you think, because???

  • Lonnie Cox

    All I hear is that you lack self-confidence to waer what you want and I’m sorry poeple made fun of you Naruto headbands. but when you grow up you may get a little more confience and be able to wear the things you like. most likely a Kilt. I know that my kilts have brought more poeple in to my life and the ladies love them as well. but most likely not the little girl you hang out,but real women because a real man needs a real women.

  • kiltedrennie

    Please explain how this post lives up to the spirit of this site as stated on your about page? If you were going for humor I think you missed the mark. Just my $0.02

    … a place for geeks to embrace our amazing and diverse culture
    … an engaging site that could interact with the geek community

    Geekenstein is a unique monster constructed with the sole intention of making online multimedia content fun again and a place for geeks to embrace our amazing and diverse culture. Its creation was at the hands of writers and artists with a variety of backgrounds from across the Internet. The goal is to make an entertaining and engaging site that could interact with the geek community through news, original content and social events.

  • MB

    A ‘geek’ being critical about how other folks dress, and demanding compliance to what “society has dictated as acceptable”? A little out of touch there geek wise.

    • Michael Gibson

      Couldn’t have put it better myself

  • You’d figure men in short skirts would be able to have a sense of humor about themselves.

    • CCM

      You’d think feminists wouldn’t be so obsessed with policing gender roles.

  • kiltedmarine

    Top reasons to wear a kilt
    5. It bugs small minded people.
    4. It would be a shame to hide knees like these
    3. Chicks dig guys in kilts
    2. Because I bloody well feel like it.


      4. It would be a shame to hide knees like these

      ahaha BRILLANT!

    • Michael Gibson

      Love it you win

    • Nicole Raquel

      hahah you win! And it’s true, chicks totally dig guys in kilts.

  • Tasty Rabbit

    When I wear my kilt chicks are on me like white on rice . Clearly this guy has no need for clothes that attract ladies cause they won’t get near him but that’s ok he can jack it to that japanese tentacle stuff all day in his moms basement :)

  • Joseph Deleon

    My 5 reason why I wear a Utilikilt.
    1- Never had random bathroom sex in a bar wearing jeans, but I did wearing kilts a couple times.
    2- Also I don’t mind random woman pinching my ass, or asking me if I am wearing it the traditional way or the occasional one(normally drunk ones) grabbing my junk under my utilikilt.
    3- Don’t you realize that when you use a Utilikilt or a Kilt there is role reversal of sorts and woman become the chasers instead.
    4- When I put my Utilikilt and I go out I actually feel more manly and confident.
    5- And have you even notice that you don’t get in trouble with guys, when their girlfriends are actually looking at you and sometimes almost coming on to you in front of them.

  • cj

    Wow, you really don’t get it. A couple of thoughts for you:

    Women are attracted to confidence. (Game.) Head out to a bar in a kilt and Doc Marten’s and you don’t need a pick-up line. The women will approach you. (Set.) Plus, name another garment you can wear where women will immediately speculate about the state (or absence) of your underwear. (Match.)

    As for formal kilts (tuxedo equivalent), a good quality kilt ensemble helps your networking. For any charity event or conference banquet, a kilt demonstrates confidence and gives people a handy mnemonic. You will also appear in every newsletter or newspaper account of the event. (It’s like catnip to photographers.) As long as you have something else to bring to the table (and I do), it won’t be “that kilt guy” as much as “that kilt guy is a really good contact; get to know him!”

    The first time I wore a kilt to an event, I prepared for some ribbing by the MC, who had a tradition of ribbing attendees. To my surprise, he never said a thing. During a break, I bought him a drink and commented that I was surprised. His reply was, “Man, what could I possibly do to embarrass YOU?!”

    Simply put: I’m more comfortable physically, I’m more recognizable, and I have an obvious topic of conversation with strangers. Maybe you do get it, and you are jealous.

    • CCM

      It’s amazing how this unites feminists and PUAs against assholes like OP who want to gender-police men.

    • Michael Gibson

      Very well put thank you

  • English Bloke

    I hope you get over your own negative introspection soon. Face it, you really wish you possessed the courage and had sufficient confidence in your own sexuality to wear one too. But you haven’t, you’re too worried what other people will think so instead you shout and jeer at the bigger boys from behind the safety of the ethereal fence.

    What a bell-end you are!!

    Open your mind. Don’t be so judgemental. People will like you more and you’ll sleep better at night, honestly.

  • Glenn Moore

    You need to have your geek card revoked!!!!! Just because you lack the testicular fortitude to wear a utilikilt/kilt in public don’t dump on everyone else. Being a geek means people are going to talk about you no matter what. I wear my utilikilt every chamber I get and I love getting the compliments and dare the haters to say something to my face! They don’t and here’s why- I’m a 6’2 275lb black gay man who just doesn’t give a fuck about what narrow-minded, little dick people think. I’m 32 years old, and it took me a long time to get comfortable in my own skin-too long. Kilts are AWESOME, cool-in more ways than one. Wear out with pride and fuck everyone else!!!!!

    • Michael Gibson

      Way to go not enough people like you that can be conformable and that confident to admit it

  • Moski

    Holy mother of contradictions, a self proclaimed geek upholding Lemming like “social norms”. Dude, no matter how much Hollywierd grooves on geeks on occasion, anything “geek” aint the norm. Part of the beauty of being a geek is the freedom to dance to your own drum and not electric slide with the “cool kids”. Your being critical of anyone doing their own thing shows you’ve lost your way Bro. We, your peers, have determined that you are trying to be “relevant” and or “controversial” and “cool”. Please turn in your Geek Card and we’ll review in a year.

  • ST-103

    I have worn a kilt for various occasions for about twenty-five years. Of course they are usually in conjunction with some sort of Scottish event, but not always. I cannot wear one at work because of safety rules, however I will wear one out to dinner. And over the years I can count on one hand the number of times I have been given a hard time over it

  • DannyJane

    I’m with TonyKP. Reason I like kilts,

    1. They’re sexy as hell.
    2. They’re sexy as hell.
    3. They’re sexy as hell.
    4. They’re sexy as hell.
    5. They’re sexy as hell.
    6. Obviously you have never had to do physical work in 99+ degree weather or you wouldn’t be posting that stupid article.
    Kilts are many times cooler than shorts in ALL senses of the word.

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  • supajupa

    This blog is so angry and suffers from tunnel-vision. The author is so focused on the negative. How old are you, David? Have you finished high school yet?

  • qwert

    “They took a traditional garb and perverted it. A kilt is a symbol of Scotland and its history. A utilikilt is someone trying to functionalize culture.”

    Really bad argument. The kilt used to be ‘what men wore’. It was the standard, functional type of clothing worn all the time because it was good at what it was suppose to do. The original use is much closer to the utilikilts ambition than any of the modern, formalized, sterilised uses.

  • Utilikiltsrockuf***face

    I was really disappointed….. I thought this was going to be funny. Instead it was just some guy saying “I’m upset because people made fun of me for what I wear so I need to make fun of other people too, now I’m going to walk around naked in my apartment because nobody loves me”

  • mmmskirtsonguys

    You know, as a woman I’m sick of the “women look bad in X” discussions, so I’d hate to add to that sort of thing by doing it to the guys. But on the other hand, turn around is fair play, so…

    Cargo shorts are about the most unsexy, unimaginative articles of clothing in existence. Utilikilts on the other hand.. omg, yes, please!

  • N in Tx.

    He’s just afraid someone might get a peak at his tiny marbles.

  • Mark Milotay

    Mr. Rhinehart, you’re an ass!

  • Carolyn

    You, David Rhinehart, are in the category of “no fun”, boring, guy who likes cats. Perhaps with a name like Rhinehart, you should stay away from kilts, no tartan for that. Men rock in kilts, utilikilts, formal kilts, great kilts.. all of them. My boys all wear kilts, livestock, foresters, gunsmith.. yep.. real men.. so turn in your man card and pick up your wimp card.. Rock those Bonney Knees… do a little dance.. yea.. Wicked Tinkers, Flogging Molly, and toss a caber for me.. :)

  • Carolyn

    and another thing… sorry too good to pass up.. Every hero in this country.. in civic duty, when the die.. are tended to by Pipers in Formal dress.. the highest honor you can give.

  • anu

    I’m not man and and lives some thousand miles away from Scotland.But still I find it very attractive.

  • CCM

    Don’t you love it when online feminists claim to be against gender roles but attack men for defying gender roles?
    Same for the feminists who attack bronies.
    If a woman wants to keep her legs unshaved, so be it. If a man wants to shave his hair, so be it.
    If a woman wants to cut her hair short and wear loose clothing, so be it.
    If a man wants to grow his hair long and wear skirts, so be it.

  • Jokap

    Oh man, and you call yourself a geek?? Ive just started looking into getting a utility kilt, went to a show awhile back and several guys had kilts -some were utility kilts now that i know what they are, and I thought they were bad-ass! Then i stumbled across this atrocious article.
    All this was was a rant from someone who’s clearly insecure woth themself. You made the most rediculous scenarios to “prove” your point, which I found funny cause its so obvious how far you tried to reach to oppose these. You’re no better than the jock who picks on the nerdy kids in school, because they’re different and not “normal”. To which most geeks/nerds will say “Fuck being normal!”
    oh, and kilts weren’t exclusive to the Celtic or scottish, many civilizations wore them or something similar. So using the argument of “perverting a scottish tradition” is laughable. If all those civilizations thought of a similar idea, it mustve been a good one.
    I’ll be buying my kilt asap, and saying “fuck you and your narrowed mind” to you and everyone else of your mindset.

  • FutureKiltWearer

    I just finished a short bladesmithing course. The instructor for sported a very functional utilikilt. After standing in the heat of the nearby forge for several hours, I can see this as a very practical garment. I wouldn’t personally wear one around town, but I plan on definitely making one for around the shop.

  • ericb

    More than likely, your lack of self-confidence and charm, (and boyo, you ARE lacking in charm) causes you more problems than Naruto ears or a kilt ever will. I wear kilts and love them. Some people have tried to give me a hard time and look down on me. My answer to them? “I don’t dress to make you happy, I dress to make me happy.” In short, Fuck Off. My bosses have seen me in said kilt and don’t care about it. I find your argument invalid on the basis of two things:
    1. You are insecure and very jealous of real men who can do what they want, and be successful.
    2. Mickey Mouse ears. If you are.going to write an article about what is socially acceptable by the mainstream, eating cookies and wearing Mickey Mouse ears like a mental patient is not going to re-enforce your position.

  • Woody DuBois

    Ah David…mee boy…there is an old saying…”Opinions are like a-holes…everyone has one.” I would add, many of them stink…as does yours. So…just sit there on your wee little computer wearing your mouse ears and talk about men who in all likelyhood would pants your silly little arse if you ever chose to opine in their presence.

  • Lebez

    Wow, seriously? Fuck you. It’s pretty obvious you have ugly legs.

    • Doug Scholl

      More likely lacks the confidence to wear one and thus must bash anyone who does. typically the more someone bashes something the more hidden interest they have. For example the priority of gay porn hits in the U.S. come out of the bible belt south.

  • Rindt

    Wow. Written like a person that is incredibly jealous of the ability for a real man to say “fuck arbitrary social norm.” Society has a name for such a person, and that name is “pussy.”

  • erth64net

    I have fully embraced my geekiness. You on the other hand, should consider surrendering your card.

  • Doug Scholl

    The problem with kilts seems to be much more with men than with society. Wore mine yesterday to take my children to see santa…… at bass pro shops of all places, while national finals rodeo was in town here in las vegas. The “cowboys” (most of whom have never ridden) looked at me funny, most of the women were giving me a very different look. One woman took it upon herself to walk up and tell me she disagreed with her husband an thought it looked great (I hadn’t even heard him say anything 3 places back in line) I had many other positive comments too. Men cant seem to get over the idea that you aren’t covered from all sides (which I was because I was in an area with a lot of children). it seems to be the same reason men don’t talk in the bathroom but women do. we as a gender seem to have much more social stigmata than women.

    I do tend to wear it with taller always polished boots and a nice casual short sleeve button down shirt and a flat cap, not a gamer t-shirt and airwalks. if i’m going to wear a kilt I want to look nice and represent kilt wearing society properly. To look slovenly while wearing one makes us all look bad.

  • Paul Connolly-Hartmann

    Wearing a kilt (first a utility kilt, though I have since moved on to a more traditional one) began as a way of saying “F**k you, world, you don’t get to judge me!” Since then, however, I have mellowed considerably. It went from establishing confidence, to simply my everyday garb. It still symbolizes confidence for me, but I am less about fighting back now, and more simply am. That said, I have a few points to bring up for and against the author’s views.

    First, I have worn a kilt through most of my university education, the job I had before that, and often at several jobs after. During the winter months, I accompany it with a red wool cloak, which is very efficient at keeping me warm, and has allowed me to escort ladies in comfort during cold weather, and once to rescue a homeless person who was dying of exposure. I have been mocked for my choice of fashion, mostly by cowards yelling out of passing vehicles. They, however, were not the ones I would want to socially network with.

    Most of the attention I get come in the form of compliments, job offers, and light-hearted, harmless flirting. Dudes brave enough to talk face to face generally approve of another man’s whimsy, and ladies appreciate that a man is putting a little more thought into his appearance than is standard. While I met my wife online, I was wearing a kilt at our first face to face meeting, and she considered it sexy. This has been confirmed by several other ladies in my acquaintance, and though it is not universal, it has been widespread enough to indicate general appeal.

    Next, the general crowd of people I know who also rock kilts. The author posts a photograph above, with several men linking arms and dancing, seeming to have a good time. He implies that this is your new crowd. And this is true. Note: the men pictured above are all having a good time, out doors, with tent in the background. Most of the gentlemen who likewise rock their kilts in my company are soldiers, craftsmen, outdoorsmen, and musicians. We wear our kilts when camping or going to the bar, attending summer festivals, and throwing axes together. While the author is quite correct that the kilt is associated with specific events and surroundings, the kind of people who go to those events are the kind with whom you want to socially network.

    Finally, I shall return to employability. In this, the author is partially correct. There are jobs I have had where my kilt would not have been appropriate, or where it would have been discouraged. This is due to either a uniform (such as when working as a security guard for a company with a designated uniform), or hazards (construction work, cooking with boiling oil). However, most casual jobs I have had, have not been unfriendly to the kilt. I have worn my kilt at a cash register, doing landscaping, moving furniture, and baking. I have lost some job opportunities to my wearing of a kilt, but not to companies which I ultimately would have wanted to work for. I have voluntarily put my kilt aside for certain jobs because of common sense: a job would be working with machinery which could catch loose material, or deals with burning metal sparks which could burn through my hose (I don’t yet own leather spats). Wearing a kilt as everyday garb has gained me more and better opportunities than it has lost me, specifically driving away opportunities working with the kind of stress-inducing people with whom I would not have wanted to work.

    In closing, the kilt is a wonderful garment. It is not the utilikilt which the author should be aiming his f**ks at. Rather, he should be aiming them at the people who are using them as a tool to break out of their social awkwardness, to differentiate themselves from the herd, and as a personal symbol or talisman to evoke courage. The author might consider doing this from a passing motor vehicle, where he is safely out of reach of those he offends. My kilt is a “f**k you” to cowardice in all forms. Thus ends our conversation, Mr. Rhinehart.

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  • Diavolino

    NOT a fan of utilikilts, but who the F*** are you? I wear my kilts (I prefer traditional wool tartans) wherever and whenever I want. I have met many people and have advanced in organizations because I was “that weird guy” who had the balls to wear a kilt. Go back to your mothers basement and fire up your hacked Brazzers acount you no life neckbeard.

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  • Christopher Earle

    Ahh well. You can be a geek, or you can be a man. Your choice. For me, my ancestors commanded the Battle of Culloden (not necessarily the best resume entry for warfare, but they had balls bigger than the pant-wearing redcoats) and yet others were executed with William Wallace (direct ancestors, again, balls bigger than most planetary systems). Men wear whatever the f*** we want, and will piss on the graves of anyone who tells us otherwise :-).

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  • Adie

    I love my kilts, specially the one I bought from leather straps kilt

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  • Dreamer

    The author of this article wants you to repeat after him:

    I conform to society
    I conform to society
    I conform to society


    I conform to society.

  • Gnuk

    “The Top 5 Excuses From a Jaded Author” ….There, now the article is properly named

  • Jonathan South

    I kilt up at every opportunity I love wearing my kilts and am constantly breaking my sporrans in a drunken stupor utilikilts are a fucking awesome idea an seriously as we say here in Scotland Gae Fuck yurself ya wee bawbag!!!!!

  • CyberTonTo72

    A few years ago bright coloured hair got me stares and called devil worshiper my bible punchers, tattoos where something you got and hid from people… but we have moved on… o wait.. we have move backwards?
    gtfo this reads as a boy who grew up and became ‘normal’ and now holds a grudge cause some people don’t care and are still looking to push the boundary

  • Ferl Dean Bomia

    This is right for you not for me … Pick on fire ants mate..😏

  • Frank Adams

    When you are 60 years old, you don’t care about all the stuff mentioned in the article. We wear what we please.

  • Gregory Huelsenbeck

    You’re just a sheep boy. You apparently need societies approval of how you dress. Countering your point #1 .. more people should feel free to be “weird”. Culture is a cage. Fuck your cultural approval, fuck your approval. Tattoos and piercings were once looked down on as well, but they are gaining mass acceptance. As for kilts only being OK for the Scottish or Irish .. before breeches became the mainstream, every culture had a type of pant-less covering .. called by different things: tunics, loin cloths, kilts, togas, etc .. breeches became a necessity when we rode horses and we were exploring the unknown world, so that our man parts would have some needed protection, doing all theose adventurous things. But those days have long past, and the only thing keeping us from getting back to free-swinging comfort and ditching long pants, is cultural conformity .. so don’t be weak. Don’t be a sheep. And if you don’t like what I wear .. fuck off!

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  • Hahaha! Like I care what a little boy thinks about anything! Eventually, he’ll realize that he is wasting his time and life worrying about trivial matters.

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  • Rick MacCallum

    I would definitely choose to hire the man in the kilt, so long as he wore it with a tie. That’s absolutely the right way to show up for your interview, when the boss is named MacCallum.

  • Nichols

    This is possibly the most in-the-box thing I have ever read. It seems you would be content, apparently, if culture and society never changed. Keep in mind, man, if it was ever-unchanging, we’d still be in dresses, more than likely. One thing I love about society is that it leaves us all behind eventually. Dust to dust.

  • Glenn

    Seriously? Why are you so scared of a piece of clothing? Does a kilt make YOU feel insignificant when someone ELSE wears it???

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