Frank (ljtourist) wrote,
Frank
ljtourist

  • Mood:
  • Music:

My new Utilikilt

Dude! I have been wanting one of these for so long. They've always looked so hot on other guys, they're unique and different, and a little weird (which suits me perfectly), not to mention the easy access they provide.

And now I have one!

It's an olive mocker, and I could not be happier with it. It was not here in time for LISA in San Diego, but arrived shortly after. I've only worn it out in public a few times, back in January during the freaky warm spell. It's now quite cold, so it'll probably be a bit before I show off again.

If I decide it's practical, I'll eventually be ordering a brown Workman's, and maybe a black original (if I decide the lack of internal pockets won't drive me insane). And a leather one. Oh, yes, a leather one. Sooooo hot.
Tags: squee, utilikilt
Subscribe

  • Score!

    For some time, I've been researching different ways to improve my living space. One specific aspect was the high level of dust that my apartment…

  • State of my world

    I'm doing OK. My extended vacation is generally agreeing with me as much as I hoped, although it has only been this month that I've really had some…

  • The perspective that time naturally brings...

    For any number of years at my job I had one technical wish: to never, ever again have to find a bug and then say "wait, how did this ever work?"…

  • Post a new comment

    Error

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.
  • 12 comments

  • Score!

    For some time, I've been researching different ways to improve my living space. One specific aspect was the high level of dust that my apartment…

  • State of my world

    I'm doing OK. My extended vacation is generally agreeing with me as much as I hoped, although it has only been this month that I've really had some…

  • The perspective that time naturally brings...

    For any number of years at my job I had one technical wish: to never, ever again have to find a bug and then say "wait, how did this ever work?"…