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Old 03-10-2018, 09:52 PM   #1181
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Everyone looks great. I wish them well only good things on this, their new adventure.
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Old 03-11-2018, 08:49 AM   #1182
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Congrats! Just frrreakin' grrreat...a couple of rollin' r's.

Don't see any plaid on the bus.
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Old 03-11-2018, 12:34 PM   #1183
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congrats to them!!!! and charlie does throw a a really nice gathering!! havent attended one of his that i didnt have a bklast.. so they defimnitely know how to celebrate across the pond!!!!
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Old 03-17-2018, 09:16 PM   #1184
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Another wedding pic........looks like the mead has been flowing for awhile.

Just curious.....it's got to be more difficult to take a leak in a kilt vs. regular pants with a fly?
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Old 03-18-2018, 07:46 AM   #1185
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Another wedding pic........looks like the mead has been flowing for awhile.

Just curious.....it's got to be more difficult to take a leak in a kilt vs. regular pants with a fly?
LOL too funny.. seems they could Just Hike and aim ??
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Old 03-18-2018, 08:58 AM   #1186
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LOL too funny.. seems they could Just Hike and aim ??
Well, that's true.....IF you aren't wearing underwear. But I'd bet most kilt-wearers do.....I know I would. So, with that assumption.....

Trousers -- left thumb holding down underwear, right hand guiding Willy.

Kilt -- left thumb holding down underwear, right hand lifting kilt......Willy with no guidance or supervision spraying anywhere and everywhere.....

I've never worn a kilt, but I want to be prepared, just in case.
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Old 03-18-2018, 07:06 PM   #1187
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If yer serious about a kilt...go Commando.
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Well, that's true.....IF you aren't wearing underwear. But I'd bet most kilt-wearers do.....I know I would. So, with that assumption.....

Trousers -- left thumb holding down underwear, right hand guiding Willy.

Kilt -- left thumb holding down underwear, right hand lifting kilt......Willy with no guidance or supervision spraying anywhere and everywhere.....

I've never worn a kilt, but I want to be prepared, just in case.
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If yer serious about a kilt...go Commando.
My father in law and I went commando. Makes it REALLY easy to pee. So does 20 beers. Highland Brewing's Gaelic Ale was the hit of the crowd but we also had kegs of Cigar City Invasion Ale and Yuengling.
Wearing a kilt is awesome. I even got out my great grandad's monogrammed Morrison cufflinks and my mom wore a Morrison tartan sash.
Kubla drove me and the groomsmen over in my shorty. WanderWoman did the ceremony. Both took some great pics too.

No plaid on the bus- yet. But it will have our tartan for the curtains and seats for sure.
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That sounds so cool, glad it went great
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That sounds so cool, glad it went great
Tried to post pics and it says I'm not allowed???
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Anyone from Scotland will appreciate this cake!!!



And yeah 3 kegs kept the party going for two days.

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Old 04-16-2018, 06:58 AM   #1196
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If I had gotten an invitation I probably would have shown up.

Not sure when this happened. I was in MI weekend before last.
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If I had gotten an invitation I probably would have shown up.

Not sure when this happened. I was in MI weekend before last.
You were invited! I'm fairly sure I'd sent a pm about you and "Mrs Bob" coming down.
If not, I'm sorry! I publicly invited all who wanted to attend here on this thread!

You'd have likely found a keg of beer you liked, too. Yuengling for the masses and we got Highland's Gaelic Ale and Cigar City Invasion on tap too.
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Great pics.
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You were invited! I'm fairly sure I'd sent a pm about you and "Mrs Bob" coming down.
If not, I'm sorry! I publicly invited all who wanted to attend here on this thread!

You'd have likely found a keg of beer you liked, too. Yuengling for the masses and we got Highland's Gaelic Ale and Cigar City Invasion on tap too.
Old and forgetful... now that you mention Mrs Bob, I think you're right. I haven't been on the forum since Dec or Jan I think it was.

Beer... Invasion sounds like an IPA. Yuengling is a good cheap beer. Sounds like you had enough help draining the Gaelic as it is. Been awhile but I recall it being decent.
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Welcome back, Charlie.

Great pics.
Thank you Steve. You're one of the REAL people on this site.

Wedding was all we had hoped for and more. Getting all our friends and family together to celebrate our life together was simply awesome. It was absolutely the greatest day of my life and I'm still smiling.
But-
Why do the bagpipes always make my eyes water??
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