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What does a Scotsman have under his kilt?
Nothing ::It is all in perfect working order !
Answer . Traditionally.... nothing; but modern times do allow for briefs with your stockings..
This depends. See the link below.
Of course. Answer. Some do, some don't. Answer: Underwear is more commonly worn when engaging in dancing or athletic events where centrifugal forces may change the foc…us of the spectators attention (O wad some Pow'r the giftie gie us To see oursels as others see us!) In the military they are not supposed to wear underwear I was told. Answer: Although the correct answer of what a Scot wears under his kilt is, in most cases, socks and shoes, this is a frequent topic in Scot's humour: Lass (to kilted lad in bar): ... and what is worn under your kilt? Lad: Nothing lassie. I assure you everything is in good working condition.
Traditionally nothing is worn under a kilt.
Nothing at all what so ever
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
The traditional answer is "Nothing. It's all in perfect working order!" Otherwise, I suppose it depends on the individual scotsman.
True Scots men don't..... Most don't. some do
Get lost all of ya you wannabe englishmen. You can shove your b.4stard kilt up your arsse. WAAAAYY.
nothing,go commando lol
Nothing. Except bagpies players. Guess why
They didn't have underwear back when kilts were invented, so now it's tradition.
dependimg on several variables, it could be a sash (imagine that)or a fly plaid
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
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spandex also known as compression shorts
Under the Kilt was created on 2001-01-24.