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Tubby puts on the chains - congrats!

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That's what the bride-to-be has been saying for the past year or so!! ;)

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I know it's being held at some secret location to keep the paparazzi at bay but yeah, I hope all is well at the big event as it's blowing a hooley down here!!! :omg:

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Tubby at his wedding today ('cept bald and sunburnt from the nose down... paging pie-eater -- don't forget the chains!):

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:lol: apologies guys!! I've been a tad busy with the McTubby hordes that descended on Japan last Thursday. Tuesday was a great day, unfortunately it was very Scottish weather outside and was Typhoon-like conditions........the McTubby clan were in shorts, shades and sandals! :p

 

I was indeed in full highland Kilt (well Jacobite really) and my mrs was in Japanese Kimono. Any Tokyo peeps out n about in Shinjuku, Roppongi and Shibuya last Saturday night may well have thought they were dreaming as they saw a giant Tubby Beaver walking around with no clothes on....

 

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however it was just me on my Stag Do!! :D

 

Note the "dirty, brown beaver face" that is the remnants of my Dale Winton-esque burn

 

 

I did manage to make it to the church place on time and we had a great party..........the locals seemed to really enjoy the Scottish dancing afterwards.

 

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I apologise again for the lack of posting and that the Live SJ Internet Link Up was severely damaged by the typhoon conditions down at the beach in Kamakura.

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Kilt question

 

1) Underpants?

2) Is it yours or rental? (I heard there are lots of kilt rental in Shibuya)

3) Any meaning to the tartan chosen?

 

Oh so many questions!

:)

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Cheers Tubby.

 

Great contrast there!

 

You look like a very Scottish TB and she looks lovely in her kimono.

 

:friend:

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1) Underpants- No

2) Rental (really makes you re-think the "no underpants" thing :unsure2: ), my parents brought it across from home

3) I tried to get the closest one to my family (my name is Irish, and while you can get Irish tartan's, most places near my home in Scotland don't stock them), so I used the Black Watch Tartan, which is the army regiment that is traditionally recruited from Dundee and its surrounding environs

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well it comes from the Gaelic root of "Ghaflidhucaerudhno", which the Portuguese amended to "Beaverinho" when they colonised Brazil ;)

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:lol:

 

I'm curious about the no underwear thing.... so it's true? wot be the reason, just a proud tradition perhaps?

 

 

you know, I don't know why. It was probably started as a bullshit story that has slowly been accepted as fact and is now the tradition!! :lol: I'll have to find out as many people have asked me before

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Sometimes, I'm amazed at how easily some Japanese people seem to be amazed!

 

;)

 

Congrats, Mr & Mrs Tubby.

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yeah....its not rocket rocket science.....lift up the front and let fly :lol:

 

cheers

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Great stuff fella - congratulations.

 

Now hurry up and make some Tubby Jrs. ;)

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