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Old 08-20-2007, 10:05 AM   #1
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Ever Barbequed in a Kilt? Yeah it's pretty wierd.


Now that this picture is on the Internet I better just admit the truth.

I wore a damned dress at Walter Reed while cooking some BBQ for the Troop. What the heck is a redneck boy from Carolina and Virginia doing in public with a fricking skirt on? Becuase I have nice legs is why.

Nah the story about the Kilt started early this summer when I was cooking for a party at James Creek Marina. The Marina Manager Greg Smith and I were talking the evening before while I was cooking and we were about at FI Pops when he said he had a Kilt and would wear ithe the next day. Then out of my mouth came these word..."Yeah I'd wear one too if I had one." And he said he had an extra and would bring it. DOH!!!

Sure as crap the next day he came wearing one and had another in hand. I owned up and put the thing on and kept it on all day. Yeah, you get some strange looks. My friend Kenny would not even get his picture taken with me. lol
Here is Greg and I that day. Don't we make a cute couple? Couple of what we'll leave out. lol
http://www.mikehedrick.com/bbq/james...mescreek02.jpg

Here I'm in action cutting ribs and cracking jokes.
http://www.mikehedrick.com/bbq/smacksomebody.wmv

Well, when Greg gets to Walter Reed of course he is wearing the Tartan/Kilt because it's a Special Occasion but in his hand is not a blue one like his he spent money and got me my won and a belt and a crotch purse thingy. lol
http://www.mikehedrick.com/mikeskilt.jpg

He picked the Clan or Family colors strictly for the black and red that go with my BBQ Logo. The Clan is Stewart and he is what I learned.
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Black Stewart - One of the world's most popular plaids.

Clan Motto: Virescit vulnere virtus: Courage grows strong at a wound.

Badge: The Thistle

As a family, the Royal Stewarts held the throne of Scotland, and later that of England, in direct line until the death of Queen Anne in 1714. In fact, the present Royal family is often seen sporting a kilt in this historical pattern.
Anyway if you see pictures of me wearing one don't freak out or try and peek.
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And no I wasn't Comando under there.
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Old 08-20-2007, 10:09 AM   #3
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You just dont have the sexy legs to pull that off Mike. Next time shave them.
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My brother in Virginia BBQ's in his Kilt. Everything is OK until he decides to sit.
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Old 08-20-2007, 11:24 AM   #5
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This is waaaaay to homo for me.
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My brother in Virginia BBQ's in his Kilt. Everything is OK until he decides to sit.
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Drafty
I had thoughts of bugs getting me.
Made peeing quicker.
People asked me if I had skivees on more than normal
Made me glad I'm a dewd
Only wear one in DC in the day time.

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Here's a classic song about a Scotsman wearing a kilt.

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You make some of the points he makes, especially easy to pee. He loves it and has ordered the family Tartan (sp?) from a town near Edinburgh, Scottland. I tease him to be careful around those Mt. men he hangs around, a kilt is a kilt but after several beers it may resemble a skirt! [smilie=a_rolling.gif]
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Old 08-20-2007, 12:20 PM   #9
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Kilted Kilby wears a kilt at comps in the Carolina's. He got first to
my second at the spring SOTB.
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Old 08-20-2007, 04:04 PM   #10
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that's awesome Mike.. Kilts rock!! When I was in Dublin, the Champs of rugby were all wearing kilts and these dude were tough man..The scotts used to fight in thoses..Keep wearing them. I'll get one too..!! Jb would be cool in a kilt...
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