United in rivalry, may the best team win. Yes, the Six Nations Championship is upon us again.
If anyone has any complaints, we know who to blame… 😉
It’s not always easy to maintain a proper sense of dignity while wearing a kilt in the proper fashion. I suspect there won’t be too many complaints though.
Molly says: “This is a view point that is often seen as feminine, the classic up skirt shot if you like, but there is nothing feminine about this image. The hairy legs, the boots and socks and of course the little glimpse of his testicles are all definitely very masculine and in my opinion sexy as fuck!”
A long time ago, when I posted this photo, the lovely Simina set me the challenge that she wanted to see me “shirtless but while wearing a Féileadh Mor“. Now, sadly, while I do own a kilt, as can be seen here, it is the smaller, dress, Féileadh Beag.
I hope she won’t be too disappointed though.
Anyway, although my name isn’t Donald, I thought I’d round off my collection of song title related photos with this one…
Now I went down to London Town
And I had some fun in the underground
The ladies turned their heads around
Saying, Donald, where are your trousers?
– Andy Stewart
Honey says: “One of my very, very delightful fun fantasies is a sexy man in a kilt and boots. The fact that this image is exactly that made my day! I must remind my man that a kilt is on the list of things we *need*. Now, where is that wind machine? If I angle it right and turn it on… Maybe that can be the image for another time!”
Yes, so I know the 30th isn’t until tomorrow, but what’s 24 hours (or less) between friends. Given the international nature of the participants of #SinfulSunday, it may even already be St. Andrew’s Day where you are.
Anyway, regardless of what day/date it is when you encounter this post, I’ll leave you with an old Scottish expression of good luck, and good fortune.
“Lang may yer lum reek!”