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Post by Nigel »

Hi all. Nigel from Ireland here. I'm someone who absolutely loves skirts. Both wearing them and looking at them. They are certainly intriguing and I will certainly support all atempts to promote or encourage the wearing of skirts among men. My own preference is long ankle-length skirts as I firmly believe that the longer the better but that's just my own personal preference.

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Post by owen »

Fáilte romhat i gCaifé na Sciortaí, a Nigel! Sounds like you'd be right at home here. I've had great experiences wearing a skirt out and about in Ireland, nearly everybody treats it as a bit of fun. St. Paddy's Day, just 2 weeks away, would be another chance for some skirt-wearing craic. :pint:

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Post by r.m.anderson »

Welcome - glad to have you here and good timing too !
Aye - your preference for long (ankle-length) skirts - I can picture you as a
modern day St. Patrick with a long flowing robe (skirt); the bishops shepards crook
and looking to drive the heathen into a proper drinking establishment to account
for their sins. Well maybe not so much so - LOL!
Funny what first impression/imagination will generate from a name and a place !
Happy St. Pats' and welcome !!!

"Kilt-On" -or- as the case may be "Skirt-On" !
Isn't wearing a kilt enough?
Well a skirt will do in a pinch!
Make mine short and don't you dare think of pinching there !

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Post by Kirbstone »

Hi Nigel,
Failte romhat freisin.

I am afraid this year I must spend St. Pat's Day flying to Lisbon on a choir singing expedition, decided by she-who-must-be-obeyed. I hope to find an ex-pat Pint there that evening.

I like kilts, but said lady isn't comfortable with me dressing up I confine that activity to male gatherings and messing about in the garden only.
Where abouts are you?

Tom K.
Carpe Diem......Seize the Day !

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Post by Big and Bashful »

Hi Nigel, welcome to the forum, I also prefer the ankle length skirt. I now have a few ankle length denims to play with. Feel free to stick a few photos into the pics and looks area, that part of the forum is members only
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Post by Since1982 »

Hi Nigel!! :welcome: to the establishment (Skirt Cafe) pull up a seat under the 10 foot high potted palm and :pint: :toast: the coming of St. Paddy's day!! :faint:
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