Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Best Legs in a Kilt Contest...

My husband hamming it up!

My husband's co-worker and friend!

Showing a little leg!

Fancy moves!

And the winner is... this guy!!

My husband wins 2nd place!

A motley crew!

The bagpipes, of course!

2nd place and 1st place winners!!

My husband continues to embrace his Scottish and Irish heritage. Our local Irish store, Flanagan's Celtic Corner had a "Best Legs in a Kilt" contest Saturday night. My husband, the second place winner received a $25 gift certificate for the store and enjoyed the fun and company of some other displaced cronies! 

*Photos courtesy of Tony Graber.

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JunieRose2005 said...


I enjoyed seeing these pics very much! :) Gee- they all look cute in those skirts....errr-I mean kilts-don't they!!

Junie Rose

Karen of Sillymonkeez said...

Woohoo!!! Those are some great looking legs there. LOL!! YAY for second place. You must be so proud. ;P

Karen of the MomDot Street Team

Maddy said...

There is nothing like a man in a kilt. Kilts are not amusing, they are a fine garment indeed!

Well what could you expect with a name like McEwen!

MamaGeek said...

This was hilarious. My favorite was definitely Motley Crew. Niiiice!

You can just sense the fun!

Anonymous said...

Nice one!!! Best legs...woohoo..not a contest we see everyday :P especially on men :)

Becky and Gary said...

Great post for RT. We're of Irish heritage, but I'd never get my hubby in one of those. LOL Congrats to yours!
Happy RT.

me ann my camera said...

What fun this looks like in your photos. These photos take me back. As teenagers my three children all wore kilts. All were highland dancers and one also was a drummer in a pipe band. Our summers were living out of a tenton weekends attending various highland games.

The Wine Commonsewer said...

My old buddy Paige not only does kilts but he plays the pipes as do his two sons. Before they moved to Maine all three spent a lot of time doing that highland stuff (a technical term).

I've ordered some wooden shoes to celebrate my Dutch heritage. Not as cool as a kilt. Not as noisy as pipes. But you'll still hear me coming down a long enclosed tiled hallway.

Then I find out that the wooden shoes migrated to Holland from France where they are called Sabots (the little wooden boats).

Auntie E said...

What is it about men in Kilts?! I just loved see them in the kilts.,lol
I must have been a Scottish lady in the past. Great photo display.