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Lidl Sporran £9.99 @ Lidl
Lidl Sporran £9.99 @ Lidl

Lidl Sporran £9.99 @ Lidl

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Think you might have a Scottish ancestor somewhere? Or have a surname beginning with "Mc"? If so, you're entitlled to wear a tartan skirt when everyone else dresses up in DJ's so you'll need this fine leather sporran to protect your naughty bits. Lovingly assembled by Ching Wa "McTavish" Lu in a sweatshop somewhere in the far east, it's guaranteed to stop a handgun bullet (if fitted with 3/8th inch steel plate insert, not supplied).

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how can you tell which clan a scotsman is from? Lift up his kilt and if he has a quarter-pounder he is a McDonald !

what is the ugly plastic thing in the image?

Being Scottish I find your comment quite offensive. It's a kilt not a tartan skirt, which is a completely different garment. The sporran is used to keep your keys, wallet etc in as a kilt does not have pockets. They are actually still widely made in factories across Scotland.

geesepeace

what is the ugly plastic thing in the image?



Oops you made the newbie mistake of not checking first.

It says its real leather.....(_;)

rpope

Oops you made the newbie mistake of not checking first.It says its real … Oops you made the newbie mistake of not checking first.It says its real leather.....(_;)



Still looks ridiculous, leather sourced from where? Your text here

smr3

Being Scottish I find your comment quite offensive. It's a kilt not a … Being Scottish I find your comment quite offensive. It's a kilt not a tartan skirt, which is a completely different garment. The sporran is used to keep your keys, wallet etc in as a kilt does not have pockets. They are actually still widely made in factories across Scotland.



Being Scottish I find that chip on your shoulder inexplicable. Get a sense of humour.

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smr3

Being Scottish I find your comment quite offensive. It's a kilt not a … Being Scottish I find your comment quite offensive. It's a kilt not a tartan skirt, which is a completely different garment.



I was mainly poking fun at the English people who like to pretend they're Scottish once or twice a year so they can dress up in Scottish outfits. But if the kilt fits...
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