"Unbifurcated Garments are far more comfortable and suitable to male anatomy than trousers or shorts because they don't confine the legs or cramp the male genitals the way that trousers or shorts do," he wrote. "Please open your hearts — and inseams — for an option in mail carrier comfort!"
Okay, why not? I used to watch "The Tech Guys" when Patrick Norton and Leo LaPorte hosted it and Patrick would occasionally display his comfort level by wearing a kilt - didn't seem funny to me. The Samoans at our church use their lavalava skirts and who is going to tell a 400+ pound guy wearing a shark's tooth necklace that he probably made himself after ripping it from the fish's mouth by hand that his garment is unmanly?
I mean, heck, ya got certain priests running amok in black dresses (okay . . . cassocks . . .) - why not allow men a garment that has been used for centuries and afford comfort? The first male attorney I see wear a kilt to court, I'm going up to shake his hand!
Maybe I'll just start giving guys in my life kilts as gifts come Christmas and birthdays. Oh manly men who come by here - what do you think?