Sunday, December 02, 2007

The iPhone and the Sporran


If you are wondering why the sporran was created, wonder no more. It’s simple; it’s an iPhone holder. Off to meet our friends who were arriving at Edinburgh airport I decided to wear my kilt (Deidre was born in Glasgow, but has lived most of her life down south so I wanted to welcome her home appropriately dressed)

5 comments:

r morris said...

Richard, you are on the cutting edge of fashion!
My maternal grandmother's family is from Glasgow (Kilmarnock) and we all used to have kilts when I was a kid. I believe it was Campbell tartan, as that was the clan. I may have even had a 'mini-sporran' at one point.
Can you wear these in public in Scotland without people snickering?

jmb said...

Thanks for the laugh Richard.

Richard Havers said...

Frankly Rob most people snigger when I'm out in public, whatever I'm wearing! But seriously, no, I'm not saying it's common for people to wear kilts on a day to day basis but there's always quite a few people wearing them at weddings and formal occasions. Sporting occasions bring out kilts in force.

jmb, we're here to serve....

Richard Evans said...

If it fits inside your sporran then surely it must be an Och-Aye-Phone

Tom Paine said...

That's not an iPhone. He's been sold a cheap knock-off down the pub.