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------------------------- DEADLINE SUNDAY, AUGUST 20th
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In fact - as long there is Sunday somewhere on the planet your entry is ok. I will make the poll sometimes Monday afternoon my time (GMT +2) yet i'll have a look at the last entries.
-------------------------- William of Ornshelm - Scottish Dandy
It's been said that the reason Scotsmen wear kilts is because sheep are afraid of the sound of a zipper. But putting that aside, William of Ornshelm wasn't like other scotsmen of the highlands. He had a bent for fashion that went -beyond- kilts. Some of his creations were downright wild! The men never could quite bring themselves to wear William's creations, but one or two of the women were bold enough to try.
THX Tavarilyn for the suggestion.
We will keep the to the topics from the suggestion thread for a while.
1 = sotish
2 = dandy
Make sure your picture contains these - you will receive 3 VOTES for each topic covered. 4 extra votes will be offered for the description.
Chuck W: Good call on Tim Roth there I think. Me and my brother just discussed this subject and we both talked about Tim Roth in Rob Roy and said he was the best example of one we could think of right of the bat.
I hereby officially claim the phrase "Lord of the Nance!"
Here he is putting the "tart" in tartan:
Sir William of Ornshelm didn't quite work out as the tailor for the royal guard. Luckily for William, the Lady of Ornshelm rather took to the uniforms the kings men deemed too flashy for the battlefield and he spent the rest of his career establishing the Queen and her Ladies in Waiting as the most fashionable courtesans at any royal gathering.
Last edited by _Urchin_; August 20th, 2006 at 05:31 AM.