Also the subject of a song, I believe by Kip Atterly, purveyor of obscene
> >From: "R. Blair" <email@example.com>
> >Reply-To: "R. Blair" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >To: "Triumph List" <email@example.com>
> >Subject: LBC and Bagpipes
> >Date: Wed, 5 May 1999 11:21:08 -0400
> >By the way, you would be suprised to find out how many women will approach
> >a piper wearing a kilt and inquire about what is underneath. Some of them
> >will do just about anything to find out. :-)
> I heard about this piper who was on tour with the Black Watch. One
> night he got blind stinkin' falling down drunk. So drunk that whe
> they kicked him out of the bar he went and sat down on the curb
> (or "kerb" for you across that big wet spot). Well, he passed out.
> As he was lying there two young women spotted him... Said the first,
> Oh, look! It's a Scottsman, wearing a kilt! Her friend said "You
> know, I've always wanted to know what they wear under their kilts."
> The first woman said, "Well, here's your opportunity! He's passed
> out colder than a mackerel!"
> They crept over to where the piper was lying and one lifted up the
> hem of his kilt and gasped, "He's not wearing anything!" Yeah,I
> know." sighed her friend. "Now let's get out of here before he
> wakes up!" "Wait" said the first woman, "I've ALWAYS wanted to know
> this... I just can't go off without thanking this fellow...
> somehow... I've got it!" She took a ribbon from her hair and tied
> it to what was revealed, and then the two left.
> By and by the piper woke up and staggered off to his hotel room.
> While undresing before the mirror he noticed the woman's blue hair
> ribbon tied to his anatomy. In a wondering voice he said, "Wull
> fellah, I doon know where you've ben' but it looks like ye won
> first prize!"
> Yeah it's an oldie... but it's a goodie!
> Greg Petrolati (septed to the Johnston Clan)