|Why I should avoid reading the Craiglist's "events" listings...
||[Nov. 7th, 2003|09:17 am]
There are probably sillier reasons to form an online social club than shared dedication to a $115 (and up) men's garment.
But I can't think of many at the moment.
"The intent of this group is to unite the Ukilitarians and Kilted Urban Warriors of the Pacific Northwest. "
While I concur that it takes a certain degree of confidence to be a guy wearing a skirt (even a denim one also offered in a "beer gut cut") in daily life, your choice of clothing does not transform you into a "urban warrior".
"Ukilitarian" sounds like a Unitarian brandishing a ukelele (and we all know how unpleasant that could be).
It's like the "Men's Movement" stuff of the mid-nineties for the Burning Man crowd...yike.
Note: I have nothing against Utilikilts or the men who wear them. I do have a problem with anyone who would describe themselves as a "Kilted Urban Warrior" without laughing.