Greetings from Edinburgh

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Rachel
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Greetings from Edinburgh

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Hi there,

I'm Rachel originally from Cardiff but now based in Edinburgh. I've worked for Macdonald Sporrans (the guys behind buyakilt.com) for nearly 4 years. I love my job and all of the kilted chat that happens as a result. I'm looking forward to catching up with people on the boards and contributing with my knowledge where I can. I'm also happy to help on behalf of Macdonald Sporrans where I can. I write as a kilt fan and as a lady with a respect for all kilted gentleman. I'm glad that my job encourages this.

Looking forward to catching up with you soon.

Rachel

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Welcome Rachel.

Your input is encouraged.

Peter

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Caultron
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Welcome, Rachel!
Courage, conviction, nerve, verve, dash, panache, guts, nuts, balls, gall, élan, stones, whatever. Get some and get skirted.

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melsav
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Welcome Rachel. Look forward to any input and advise you may be able to give.


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skirtingtoday
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Hi Rachel - from a kilted and skirted fellow also from Edinburgh!

Good to have ladies join the forum and give their viewpoint.

Quite a few men here (myself included) have "difficulties" to a lesser or greater degree with spousal acceptance of "their" men wearing skirts though most are happy with a plaid kilt. What are your thoughts on skirted men rather than kilted men?

Hope to hear more from you in the future.

Ross
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"If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it" - Joseph Goebbels

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