A different introduction

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A different introduction

Post by Satseq » Thu Nov 07, 2019 8:55 pm

Hi. I am here as it was suggested by my dear OH Tackleberry. I recently found out he loves wearing skirts, this had been his big secret from the first time we met 6 yrs ago. I’m sad he was so scared to tell me, but so glad he did now. I am actually quite pleased about his taste in skirts. Few of them fitted me quite nicely! :D So here we are. The very elusive female on this forum!

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Re: A different introduction

Post by Uncle Al » Thu Nov 07, 2019 11:19 pm

:welcome: Satseq :D
We look forward to your input at the Cafe' :D

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Re: A different introduction

Post by beachlion » Thu Nov 07, 2019 11:37 pm

Welcome to this forum.

I'm glad for you both the secret is out and you have a positive attitude to male skirting. I wish my wife was that understanding. ;)

Beside that, it is always good to hear the opinion of the "other" side.
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Re: A different introduction

Post by Jim » Thu Nov 07, 2019 11:56 pm

Welcome, Satseq! I also am glad to have another woman on this forum. Unfortunately, my wife doesn't do social media.

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Re: A different introduction

Post by weeladdie18 » Fri Nov 08, 2019 7:23 pm

Satseq wrote:Hi. I am here as it was suggested by my dear OH Tackleberry. I recently found out he loves wearing skirts, this had been his big secret from the first time we met 6 yrs ago. I’m sad he was so scared to tell me, but so glad he did now. I am actually quite pleased about his taste in skirts. Few of them fitted me quite nicely! :D So here we are. The very elusive female on this forum!
Welcome Satseq , If you start your own thread from your perspective , you will get some interesting replies , some of the older men in skirts have
been exploring this fashion style for many years

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Re: A different introduction

Post by skirtyscot » Fri Nov 08, 2019 8:01 pm

Welcome,satseq! It's always great to see supportive woman here. Tackleberry is a lucky man to have you!
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Keep on skirting,

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Re: A different introduction

Post by Freedomforall » Fri Nov 08, 2019 8:09 pm

Good afternoon and welcome!!

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Re: A different introduction

Post by oldsalt1 » Sat Nov 09, 2019 1:34 am

Welcome to the café I am looking forward to hearing your comments about our ideas and fashion sense.

Not trying to put you on the spot but what is your overall feeling about men wearing skirts.

For many of us the café is a major learning experience I post outfits looking for honest commentary .

I have gotten some good comments and also my share of bad comments I would prefer to have someone on the café say hey old salt the doesn't look good Than to go out in public looking like I just got out of a VW bus with 11 other clowns.

Again welcome to the café

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Re: A different introduction

Post by weeladdie18 » Sat Nov 09, 2019 4:42 am

Hey Old Salt ..... Please do not get offended by peoples comments ....I have been wearing skirts and the Traditional Scottish Kilt for years .
I have been called .... " A Pervert ...." by a member in open forum.....I have been informed that I do not know what I am talking about ....

A Mod has sent me a P.M. suggesting that I think I am superior when I am wearing the Traditional Scottish Kilt.....

My advice to you is to go and have a laugh with your female friends who use you as their folk hero for a bit of banter ....

I go to my local Supermarket Café for a bit of entertainment .
A couple of days ago a lady complimented me on my full length dress with buttons down the front . That was the maiden voyage for that outfit .

One of the Waitresses is the grand daughter of a British Admiral . She said that I looked very smart in my Traditional Highland Garb.
Yes , collar and Tie for breakfast.
The Charming Lady informed me that her Boyfriend had bought her an electric bicycle to travel The Cornish Lanes .
I reminded her that it was nice to meet A New Age Traveller...............L.O.L.

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Re: A different introduction

Post by weeladdie18 » Sat Nov 09, 2019 4:56 am

Satseq...There is nothing new in wearing your male Partners clothes...Back in the fifties there was a Polish Couple who worked on a village farm ..

All the lassies , including my mother , considered that it was most odd that In the depths of winter , when there was four inches of ice on the village pond ,
This Polish Lady would go out on the street wearing her husband's trousers under her long skirts.

If my mother were alive to day and saw how the modern females dress , she would die.....L.O.L.

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Re: A different introduction

Post by weeladdie18 » Sat Nov 09, 2019 5:33 am

One Monday Morning my mother was called into the bosses office for a dressing down ...
She was seen out cycling on her mans bicycle on a Sunday afternoon wear shorts...

During the war , her bicycle was stolen and she was seen standing beside an American Provo's Jeep wearing her favourite work skirt .
Her mans bicycle and a G.I. who was caught riding her bike , were both in the rear of the Jeep .

Perhaps it was just poetic justice that my father was out there when they needed them...His task was to kidnap an American Tank and hide it from the American
Recovery team for two and a half days ...Yes Sir , that is how the war was won......My thoughts for Rememberance Sunday .

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Re: A different introduction

Post by oldsalt1 » Sun Nov 10, 2019 2:31 am

weeladdie18 wrote:Hey Old Salt ..... Please do not get offended by peoples comments ....I have been wearing skirts and the Traditional Scottish Kilt for years .
I have been called .... " A Pervert ...." by a member in open forum.....I have been informed that I do not know what I am talking about ....
I have never been offended by someone's comments on the café about my outfits . I feel that they are well meaning

I realize that at times I push the limits but how else am I going to learn.
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Re: A different introduction

Post by Fred in Skirts » Sun Nov 10, 2019 7:59 pm

oldsalt1 wrote:I have never been offended by someone's comments on the café about my outfits . I feel that they are well meaning
I realize that at times I push the limits but how else am I going to learn.
I always try to give good reviews when I can and to be honest and truthful. I never try to hurt anyones feelings even if my comments are not flattering. I know that pushing the limits are a good thing and it is how we all learn what looks right on us and the rest of the citizens of the cafe. :D :D
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Re: A different introduction

Post by Wonderful Electric » Thu Nov 14, 2019 11:15 pm

You are amazing and he is extremely lucky to have you. Thank you for being our ally.

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Re: A different introduction

Post by Big and Bashful » Fri Nov 15, 2019 1:46 pm

Excellent! Welcome to the cafe!
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