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By juvenile friends suck - / Thursday 10 January 2013 20:52 / Germany
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39- that's actually not as common as you'd think in SF (tho that depends where & when you are in San Francisco), I say this because I live here =P

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44 - Oh, my. You're so wildly clever and witty! Just kidding. Reverse-FMLs are flat out fucking stupid in my opinion.

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You think that's bad? Try walking in on your dad wearing a prom dress stuffed with grapefruits! And for those of you who'll thumb this down for not getting the reference, Woah, just calm down, man!

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Kilts may be mostly associated with Scotland, but the kilt actually did originate in Germany so, it may be that OP is not familiar with kilts and neither is their friend and they live near a group of German guys who enjoy wearing their kilts

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@69 If I saw someone wearing a kilt and didn't know it was a kilt, I'd be more inclined to call it a skirt. Kilts aren't shoulder to knee from what I'm familiar with.

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Some kilts are, and unlike dresses, it is in fact the norm to not wear underwear with a kilt. OP may have said dress just to make it seem more ridiculous.

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the first kilts, the ones that originated in Germany, are different from modern kilts which the Scots adapted to being the skirt you are thinking of. the First ones were actually longer and had a part you could tuck under up into the skirt part, kilt is actually derived from the nordic word for tucking up under or something along those lines, and it could be untucked and would be worn over the torso as a tunic for the winter so it was all year round, any weather wear. The more you know.

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Men wearing dresses just shouldn't happen, ever Without undergarments however... /: Location should not play a role!

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83- why? some men enjoy wearing dresses, be it that they are trans, drag, or just like the feel of them and are completely hetero or whatever sexuality. they are free to not wear undergarments as well, your not seeing that part (usually, with obvious exceptions). Showing you that they have no undergarments on without any provoking action on your part is not okay though. I don't get why you are being so close minded to men dressing however they feel comfortable.

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