17 March 2015

To The Man In The Green Kilt

Scotland and Ireland are not the same.

The "Irish" kilt is an affectation of Scottish kilts without a tartan for non-Scots Gaelic regiments.

That nearly day-glo green plaid thing you're wearing is not a Tartan or Irish.  Irish regimental kilts are a solid color.

On St Patrick's Day, the whole world is Irish, and you're dressed as if you were an Irishman who desperately wants to be Scottish.

There there, Blossom.

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