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Unread postby Devil Girl » Thu Jun 19, 2008 2:00:20 pm

Hey Bobbie...

Can you find out the one for McConnell?

buy you a beer sometime soon...
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Unread postby Shamrock » Thu Jun 19, 2008 10:53:55 pm


there you go!
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Unread postby size8 » Wed Dec 3, 2008 9:00:51 am

Hell yes. Does anybody know where to find a good kilt shop? I've got the family crest tattoo and it's also my avatar for this site. I say every ESC member of Irish or Scottish decent should represent and sport a kilt at one of our upcoming games this season.
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Unread postby danimal » Wed Dec 3, 2008 3:05:49 pm

there is a place in pioneer square, forget the name
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Unread postby Drephe » Wed Dec 3, 2008 3:53:14 pm


I remember stuff sometimes.
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Unread postby Crouchaldinho » Thu Dec 4, 2008 4:04:19 pm

BobbyRitalin wrote:
H., wrote:
BobbyRitalin wrote:my last name is moore, derivative of muir which is a sept of gordon :) small world
Cousin! I was just wondering if your name really was Bobby Moore. He played for the original Sounders, you know. Briefly.


In a way that does make us very very very very distant cousins I'm sure of. Also, anyone with the last name moore is pretty much from the same bloodline in one way or another. So in some weird distant way I'm related to demi moore and her clone daughters lol

Then I suppose we are family too then, being another of the Moore clan. What up Cousin :thumbsup:
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Unread postby Framlingham » Tue Feb 10, 2009 10:30:41 pm

i'll sport one.

I'm of the Duncan clan, I know me tartan colors and all that, so let's do it!
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Unread postby kent » Tue Feb 10, 2009 11:34:18 pm

Aren't there tartans for the general public? I wore the general/generic red plaid for my high school prom and now own the thing. Of course that was several years ago and it doesn't quite fit anymore. I should wear Hamilton, but we were the people who betrayed Braveheart...William Wallace, not the most appreciated clan in Scotland.
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Unread postby slickkill » Wed Feb 11, 2009 12:17:08 pm

I'd be down to where one, nothing better than have your boys flowing in the nice cold seattle air
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Unread postby LEATHERNECK » Sat Mar 21, 2009 9:17:07 pm

I played bass drum in Elliott Bay Pipe Band. Wearing the kilt was a requirement. It took putting the kilt on a couple times before I felt comfortable in it.
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Unread postby kent » Sat Mar 21, 2009 10:50:58 pm

I am having second thoughts, I saw a bunch of pictures of the Timbers Army in Kilts, I thought Chainsaws and Kilts don't mix, hmmn. They don't look as cool as I remember.
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Unread postby scottishkilt » Thu Nov 30, 2017 4:55:46 am

i remember best stuff of tartan
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Unread postby eastside » Fri Dec 1, 2017 11:34:12 am

This is Forbes modern dress. I've thought about wearing my kilt to a game, but haven't yet. It would certainly save having to worry about what's in my pockets when I go through the metal detectors. It would mean getting new Docs, though. I discovered that my old pair have holes in the usual places.

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Unread postby Futbol4Life » Wed Dec 13, 2017 12:14:28 pm

Clan Gregor here. While I don't have the clan tartan kilt, I do have a couple of Utilikilts to sport. Good luck with the pipes! When I practiced with the chanter, it quickly reminded me how out of shape my lungs are! Oh, and I'd be down for a kilt match too.
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