4 years ago today…

December 16, 2006 at 5:30 pm | Posted in anniversary, family | 26 Comments

…you missed a great day.


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  1. The dress is BEAUTIFUL!!!
    and so is hers. Happy Anniversary, Friend!

  2. Beautiful wife, amazing sense of humor.

  3. I love a man in a kilt.

    Happy Anniversary!

  4. so… boxers or briefs..or ??

  5. I knew there was a reason I stalk … er … read you!!! You wear kilts! Dude… I LOVE kilts. And you’re gonna have to answer John Mc’s Question… please oh please!

  6. Traitor

  7. Damnit! I was going to say the dress was beautiful. That’s is a great picture — really showing the joy. Congrats, you two!

  8. She has the most beautiful curls.

    And congrats. You always sound really happy together.

  9. Why what happened? you started wearing skirts? I wasn’t invited to yer coming out ya cont.

  10. Men in skirts. So hot right now!
    Your wife is gorgeous, what she doing with a twat like you?

    Love ya.xx

  11. Men in skirts. So hot right now!
    Your wife is gorgeous, what she doing with a twat like you?

    Love ya.xx

  12. Sweet! Happy anniversary.

  13. Happy Anniversary!!

  14. what a gorgeous photo. enjoy your anniversary and congratulations.

    nice sporran, too.

  15. summer: Heh, you’re quick off the mark, aren’t you? I had my doubts about wearing a kilt, but I’d highly recommend it – very roomy.

    desirea: Whose sense of humour are you talking about, hers or mine?

    debbie: Thanks!

    john: Ahem. I’ll have to plead the fifth on that one. However, I will say that I’ve never been so comfortable.

    pinkie: Hohoho. I need to have some secrets, don’t I?

    Sweary: Go way outta that, I got enough of that four years ago. I make no apologies for the loose danglers.

    howard: Thanks – it wasn’t even one of the pro ones, was just taken from one of the cameras we had left on the tables.

    annie: Yes, I do love the curls. And thank you.

    knudsen: You should be able to extol the virtues of kiltitude better than anyone. Come on then.

    steph: Good to see you back girl. Hope you’re feeling better. You know, I used to ask myself the same question about Linzi, but then I realised it’s because of my raw masculinity and my chiselled body.

    sassy and HDW: Thank you.

    gaijin girl: I didn’t realise until I word the kilt that the sporran’s where you have to put your wallet and such. I always thought it was a device to cover up your bollocks.

  16. I’m quick when I need to be. Sometimes quick is all you need. I don’t know what’s wrong with me, I must be in a pervy mood today.

  17. Shocked, Kav. Completely shocked that you’ve gone entirely ‘native’ over in Scotland. Which clan’s tartan are you wearing? And as for the ballet shoes? Have you not seen Braveheart, man?

    Many, many more of them for both of you.

  18. Congratulation Kav, I hope you and the missus have a great day.

  19. Ah, it brings a tear of joy to my eye.
    Seeing kilts always does that.

  20. Happy Anniversary!

  21. congratulations!!! i was reminded of my lovely irish dancing shoes that i used to have when i was four. my parents were too scabby to buy me a costume though – prob just as well in the long run. they’re so last season.

  22. Congratulations old boy!

    This would be your what? Paper is ten, so God knows what anniversary you’re on now… paperclip?

  23. Er… belated congratulations.

  24. summer: I like to take things slow, heh.

    conan: Twas a one-off event, I’ve not repeated the kiltitude since. Thanks.

    fmc: Thanks, it was good. Filled with life’s simple pleasures, like James Bond, and spicy chicken.

    kieran: The shoes are the worst part. I’m pretty much for everything else.

    fyrchk: Thanks!

    ams: Like OMG Irish dancing is soooo 2002.

    boudica: I looked it up, turns out it was our silk….kinky.

    footie: Thank you sir. It was nothing, really.

  25. Hohoho. I need to have some secrets, don’t I?

    Christ – that just makes me want to come back for more.

  26. I thought it was a picture of your anniversary. I thought you got all dressed up again. I forget that kilts are tradition where you come from. In America, men brag about wearing them. It’s like a badge of their eccentricity to say they’ve worn one in public.

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