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#53123 - 08/01/10 10:51 AM Re: Pants [Re: Oldun]
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Ladies. Why not start a thread about which ...... no, on second thoughts it might prove too uplifting for us older ones.

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#53124 - 08/01/10 11:48 AM Re: Pants [Re: slowcoach]
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Helly Hansen boxers are good, but the best are black silky elasticated boxers from M&S, not specifically walking gear, just a lucky Christmas present!

Having said that, I often find that it's best to wear nothing under your trousers other than Sudocreme...

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#53127 - 08/01/10 01:17 PM Re: Pants [Re: Oldun]
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Have always fancied walking in a kilt,
but i am not built for wearing a kilt, find them to heavy
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#53128 - 08/01/10 04:46 PM Re: Pants [Re: tim smith]
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I have to wear braces to hold my kilt up. Ladies seem to like men wearing kilts. There are always very curious.............

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#53129 - 08/01/10 05:21 PM Re: Pants [Re: Oldun]
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There is a pub in one Yorkshire village (I believe it is The Blue Bell) that has a dummy dressed up as a Scotsman in the ladies toilet. It is wired up so that if the kilt is lifted up a bell rings in the bar. Locals have great fun when an unsuspecting female is overcome buy curiosity!!

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#53131 - 08/01/10 05:35 PM Re: Pants [Re: slowcoach]
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Paramo boxers and briefs for me, with the addition of a little slick of Vaseline strategically placed. Its not fun when youve got no lubrication, miles from anywhere and chaffed raw. Ooooh, the memories!
Dave.

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#53134 - 08/01/10 07:51 PM Re: Pants [Re: tim smith]
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Originally Posted By: tim smith
Have always fancied walking in a kilt,
but i am not built for wearing a kilt, find them to heavy


Hi Ern,
I'm guessing that by 'them' you're talking about the kilt and not what it conceals?!!!!! wink
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#53135 - 08/01/10 08:19 PM Re: Pants [Re: slowcoach]
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Originally Posted By: slowcoach
There is a pub in one Yorkshire village (I believe it is The Blue Bell) that has a dummy dressed up as a Scotsman in the ladies toilet. It is wired up so that if the kilt is lifted up a bell rings in the bar. Locals have great fun when an unsuspecting female is overcome buy curiosity!!


Note to self.........don't peek under the kilt in the Blue Bell.

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#53136 - 08/01/10 08:22 PM Re: Pants [Re: tomread]
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Originally Posted By: tomread
but the best are black silky elasticated boxers from M&S


Mmmmmmm.

wink

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#53137 - 08/01/10 08:26 PM Re: Pants [Re: slowcoach]
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Originally Posted By: slowcoach
Ladies. Why not start a thread about which ...... no, on second thoughts


No need to, I am having way too much fun on this one!

Sorry lads, but some of these posts just need replying to - it's nice to have a bit of fun on the forum smile

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