Created | Updated Nov 14, 2011
The kilt is a garment which is far better suited to the male anatomy than trousers, and makes running through bracken and mountain streams a much easier and more spiritually satisfying process. Which is probably why they are mostly worn in the Highlands of Scotland, where there is plenty of bracken and none too few mountain streams.
Kilts are designed to be worn with knee-high woollen socks, in which a small dagger is concealed. They are also designed to be worn with no underwear which means they are best loved in windy weather by the person not actually wearing it, although the dagger comes in handy if people start to laugh.