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Dating in the Highlands

Where are all the Kilties ?

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Muddymouse  Female  the Highlands and Islands of Scotland 14-Nov-2016 16:49 Message #4665648
Surely there must be a few Highland men out there who are looking for a wee pal ? Maybe its the fact that we are all hiding from the wind, especially those dressed in kilts but they must be out there somewhere. I love living in the Highland because there are huge wide open spaces but the flip side of that is that there are far fewer people, another of the reasons I love living up here in the wilds. I need some advice on " how to catch a kilted man" so would like to hear from anybody with any views or even witty comments on the subject
capnblackbeard  Male  Hertfordshire 14-Nov-2016 16:53 Message #4665649
" how to catch a kilted man" by the sporan ofcourse mouse,lol

and as for wee pals i had enuff of people wetting me bed,lol

goodluck :)
Jefferson  Male  Surrey 14-Nov-2016 17:01 Message #4665651
Maybe, and don't quote me, maybe you should set a trap.
I'm thinking picnic cloth laid out in the forest, bottle of whisky, haggis, neeps n tatties on a plate and wait for the timorous wee beastie to come traipsing merrily along.
Then simply pull the cord and drop the mantrap.
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire 14-Nov-2016 19:20 Message #4665673
well, Miss Mouse, if you find the answer, please share. I do like a man in a kilt with a nice pare of bonnie knees. And the Scottish accent would certainly make my equally bonnie (is slightly arthritic) knees all a quiver.
vanman  Male  Cambridgeshire 14-Nov-2016 21:09 Message #4665684
This could be interesting! lol ;-}
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire 15-Nov-2016 07:04 Message #4665714
Yikes, I mean to share the advice, not the man!
joolsy  Female  Essex 15-Nov-2016 10:00 Message #4665735
Oooh Minnie I agree with ya ... Love a man in a kilt ... And a Scottish accent is so sexy mmm scrumptious ...
joolsy  Female  Essex 15-Nov-2016 10:03 Message #4665736
Mmmm goes orf to dream about Mel Gibson .. In ( braveheart ) lol
Jefferson  Male  Surrey 15-Nov-2016 14:42 Message #4665777
I lived in the Highlands for 15 years and wore the kilt on many occasions. All I can say is that the sensation of thousands of midges in the Trossachs is not for the faint hearted.
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire 15-Nov-2016 18:52 Message #4665794
aarrrggghhh! Mel Gibson in Braveheart! Great acting! He did such an excellent impression of Billy Connolly. Looked and sounded just like him.
joolsy  Female  Essex 15-Nov-2016 19:01 Message #4665796
Ha ha Minnie lol ... I loves Billy's Connolly too lol lol
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire 15-Nov-2016 19:14 Message #4665798
ah yes, every man should have a Connolly!
capnblackbeard  Male  Hertfordshire 15-Nov-2016 20:47 Message #4665816
old banana boots, :)
AndyMacG  Male  the West Midlands 17-Nov-2016 15:06 Message #4666149
Well, i'm not exactly from the Highlands but the clan originates from up that way ... Mmmm hiding from the wind, i wonder why, maybe its to do with ... "Let the wind blow high, Let the wind blow low, Through the streets, In my kilt, I'll go, All the lassies say hello, Andy, where's your troosers ;-) lol

I'd let you put your hand on my "Dirk" anytime ;-) lol

Andy Mac

twinkle2  Female  Hertfordshire 19-Nov-2016 20:42 Message #4666526
Elrond is in the Highlands and he has a picture on his profile of himself wearing a kilt. He'll probably be ion the huggy thread tomorrow.
elrond  Male  the Highlands and Islands of Scotland 23-Nov-2016 14:40 Message #4667066
yes twinkle, l'm usually there
Muddymouse  Female  the Highlands and Islands of Scotland 25-Nov-2016 23:54 Message #4667311
Ha ha I like that idea x
Muddymouse  Female  the Highlands and Islands of Scotland 25-Nov-2016 23:57 Message #4667312
Hi minnie, I will keep you in mind and if I find this illusive hunk in a kilt I will ask if he has a brother for you :)
brisinger  Male  Lancashire 26-Nov-2016 00:26 Message #4667319
Perhaps he resides with the wild haggis.
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire 26-Nov-2016 04:26 Message #4667347
a bro would be good, we don't want to fight over the same blokey.
Skye54  Female  the Highlands and Islands of Scotland 3-Jan-2017 13:29 Message #4671499
Hi I also live in the Highlands and have been single for 8 yrs up here. Been on an island has its down side, I am thinking of getting a dog as they reckon you could possible meet someone walking the dog? Have you got one? As for dating no chance on this island
kelandu  Female  West Yorkshire 31-Aug-2017 18:21 Message #4700003
I lived on the isle of Luing for 10 months. then I travelled the highlands for years. I was almost whisked away by a yachtsman, a scouser and an islander. I chose the scouser lol. but I found interest. it could have been because i joined in with every ceidlih ( cant spell), and \i also entertained the locals with my yorkshire accent and tales of wonder lol. I knew a few women there who asked me how I did it. One of them was single for many years. i guess i am just a flirt lol. but I had the time of my life. not much romance, just fun. I realised that travelling everywhre did not make for anything more than a dance in the village hall haha. it also helped when I worked on a camping site for the season. many germans there, and I have to say umm, very nice lol. I sound like a right one don't I? but i am not really, i hung out with my partner, ( now ex) for most of the time).
jennifer  Female  Gloucestershire 2-Sep-2017 11:31 Message #4700170
Talking with a Scottish accent is good ... male or female (maybe I am biased as I am very proud of my not far from Glasgow accent!) ... but how many Scots sing in a Scottish accent?!!!

(Listening to The Proclaimers right now!!)
Steviegee  Male  East Sussex 23-Sep-2017 21:39 Message #4701568
I once sat on top of the old man of hoy and saw not a kilt on neither lady nor man.there is a kilt haberdasher in the middle of Inverness,but then the largest ale house is Irish themed!I live in Brighton and we have five people of the kilt here,other than that,can only suggest New Zealand!!
Steviegee  Male  East Sussex 23-Sep-2017 22:04 Message #4701569
I seem to remember Kenneth McKellar did?

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