Traditionally Scotsmen wear nothing under their kilts.
A tamosher is what a Scotsman keeps under his kilt.
This depends. See the link below.
The traditional answer is "Nothing. It's all in perfect working order!" Otherwise, I suppose it depends on the individual scotsman.
Because to wear a kilt you have to be a TRUE SCOTSMAN
The traditional skirt of the Scotsman is a kilt.
Get lost all of ya you wannabe englishmen. You can shove your b.4stard kilt up your arsse. WAAAAYY.
Under the Kilt was created on 2001-01-24.
Kilt, round cap, knee socks, pouch, red wig
dependimg on several variables, it could be a sash (imagine that) or a fly plaid
Traditionally nothing is worn under a kilt.
The tartan 'skirt' as worn by Scotsmen is called a 'Kilt' but don't let a Scotsman hear you refer to it as a 'skirt' as he would be VERY offended.
Paul A. Fulford has written: 'Island Destiny' 'Should a Scotsman take off his kilt when he meets a lady?' -- subject(s): History, Humor
In the majority of countries its not illegal at all. However, there are some countries that have restrictions. But it would be hard to tell a true Scotsman he couldn't wear his kilt.!
Nothing at all what so ever
'Kilt' is le kilt. 'He wears a kilt,' is Il porte un kilt.