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What does a Scotsman have under his kilt?
Nothing ::It is all in perfect working order !
Traditionally, it is said that if you are not naked under your kilt, you are not a "True Scotsman." This Scottish lore was established in the Scottish military, when kilts… were traditionally not worn with undergarments up until 1940-due to the vulnerabilities in exposing sensitive, bare skin to possible chemical agents in warfare. For any non-Scots who pose the question, prepare yourselves for the inevitable sexual innuendo and double entendres heading your way: for the Scots love to defend their honor with humor. Therefore, it is to each Scotsman's discretion (or it remains to be seen...if you know what I mean) whether or not he chooses to go commando underneath his kilt!
If you're talking about the one that ends with the blue ribbon prize, it was written by folk Singer Mike Cross in 1979. It's been performed by many people, often without the p…roper credit for Mike. PLEASE CHECK OUT HIS ORIGINAL VERSION
No, nothing is worn under a kilt, unless dancing, when swimming trunks or jockey shorts are permissible to prevent embarrassment (of the onlooker not the dancer, why should he… be embarrassed?) There is a joke about this. Posh lady: Tell me Mr McDonald is anything worn under the kilt? McDonald: No Ma'am it is all in perfect working order. It is an old wives tale that nothing is worn under the kilt and only practised by over-zealous and ignorant jocks. Who in their right mind would wear nothing? Do you want a scottish breeze up yer legs? But you wouldn't know 'Englishangel' --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The tradition is often misunderstood. Anything can be worn under the kilt but the wearer is not supposed to answer questions as to what is being worn.
Wearing pants is entirely optional. It is traditional that Scottish military regiments wore no underwear beneath the kilt and were routinely inspected by walking over a …glass panel under which an officer looked to see that each man complied. Other regiments used a mirror on the end of a stick to obtain the same result. These days, probably the majority of men, especially young men would wear pants but more traditional men, myself included "go commando". As a kilt, made of 16 or 18 oz woolen cloth is quite heavy, in winter the upper legs are quite warm, so no underwear is really necessary, while in summer, being well ventilated, likewise there is no need. Occasionally, there is a danger of exposing oneself, if poor posture is observed when sitting, or crouching, but most kilt wearers are well aware of the dangers and are safely covered at all times. Lachsloon
Answer Some but not all.
Traditionally no, but many do these days. Kilts do blow around at times!
They didn't have underwear back when kilts were invented, so now it's tradition.
It's a myth. Besides, woman don't wear kilts.
it is something Egyptian peoples wore around there bottom half of there body
A kilt is a scottish garment worn by men. It is a knee length skirt. It the traditional dress of men in the 16th century and it still used today for events such as wedding…s. +++ Not just Scotland, though there it is also part of the ceremonial parade-uniform of Scots regiments. Greece has its own, non-tartan, traditional kilt.
Traditionally nothing is worn under a kilt.
In all seriousness, traditionally the kilt was worn without undergarments. In modern times its really a matter of personal preference, and there are alot of circumstances in w…hich it is necessary, ie Highland dancing, competitions at highland games and the like Ask a Kilt wearer though and youll get alot of humerous answers: Nothing is worn under the kilt, its all in perfect working order... *Look down* Shoes and socks Your girlfriends/mothers lipstick http://www.rcs.org.au/content/highland_dress/Top%20Responses%20to%20That%20Question.pdf
Have the kilt held open behind you. The right hand side wraps around and the belt is pushed through the hole in the kilt and adjusted. The left side is then wrapped around tow…ards the right and secured with the buckles. The center stripe of the kilt at the front should be in the center of your body, in line with a belt buckle and sporran if you have them. Belts and buckles can be resewn if needed to produce a better fit.
dependimg on several variables, it could be a sash (imagine that) or a fly plaid