Thursday, March 5, 2009

Like a Playboy Spread Only with Less Boobs and More Leg-hair

Last week a bunch of people asked me to get the picture of me in a kilt, well I'm here to tell you that I don't have access to them and even if I did I totally wouldn't put them out on the interweb because of all the sexual tension and randiness that would ensue. That's like letting a tiger loose in a field of sweet little lambs, only the lambs are tied to a tree and covered in barbeque sauce and the tiger is dressed up as their mom.  

I lied:

This is my friend Ian and I at my Plaid Party in 1991. 

Don't forget in 1991 we still only hated the French and we hadn't resorted to things like "Freedom Fries" yet so a beret was acceptable although not commonplace and also don't forget I was drunk and look at those gams will ya? Sigh.

22 comments:

Anna Russell said...

Ok ladies, I'll fight you for him. Form a queue.

Kurt said...

@ Anna: If this didn't make perfect sense I would be embarrassed.

Nikki said...

Were you wearing anything under your kilt? If not, might I ask why you would sit on your friends lap half naked?

I sooo love old pictures of people getting drunk. It is always funny.

Sarah's Blogtastic Adventures said...

I think I may just be at a loss for words...

Kurt said...

@Nikki: I had boxers on.

@Sarah: The legs are stunning so I totally understand.

Steam Me Up, Kid said...

Your outfit is many different cultures in one. Like America. Your outfit is freedom, sir!

Frank said...

Kurt, Please identify the correct answer. You took a picture of this momentous occasion because:

A)It was the first time that week you had gotten kind-of-dressed.
B)You had reached a point of sobriety to actually be able to sit for a picture.
C)You found the glasses and decided to stop chugging directly from the bottle, and needed a picture for your mom that proves you have class.
D)You received the coveted Gunsmith graduation certificate from that mail-order school.
E)Plaid on plaid should always be captured in living color.

(I’ve said it before, Neo, you are my hero!)

Kurt said...

@SMU, Kid: I'm glad you understand the patriotism involved in getting drunk and fondling coeds.

(there was a lot more drinking than fondling and by "co-eds" I might mean Ian...it's all a little fuzzy)

Kurt said...

@Frank: I think A and E seem like the most likely answers but there's a good chance we took it as a hostage photo to send to my parents.

Vic said...

Is a plaid party an original invention, or a northeastern rite of passage? Where I grew up we just felled trees and annoyed spotted owls.

It's true what they say about a kilt making the man. Break me off a hunk of that! :)

TishTash said...

Plaid party, my ass. I bet that was just you on a Tuesday.

Kurt said...

@Vic: It was an original invention and whether or not it became wildly popular shortly after is a fact I will make up on any given occasion.

@TishTash: Sssh! You're going to ruin a good thing here!

Mandy's Kidding said...

I'm still processing those glasses.

Kurt said...

@Mandy: Careful...they'll steal your soul!!

Steam Me Up, Kid said...

Did I mention how powerfully this taps into my "DeGrassi High" fetish?

Kurt said...

@SMU, Kid: Preow! ("Preow" is the best hubba-hubba word ever)

Char said...

uh...yeah....plaid party. I actually thing this is you and Paul when your mom caught you uhhhh, having a drink together?

Maggie May said...

you are adorable. like 'can't buy me love'

Kurt said...

@Maggie: I totally am. Ask my mom.

Miss Yvonne said...

That outfit is a little bit Nirvana, a little bit McGregor and a little bit Sally Jesse Raphael. Brilliant.

Star Kicker said...

Um, I know I'm a little bit dirty but I'm prety sure that big grin on your face is due to the fact your friend has his hand up your skirt. Naughty, naughty.

Mona Lott said...

Oh. My. God.

Are you smiling?!?!