Kilt Me! builds a mythic history of Kilts in New York City. Blending fact and fiction, advice, and fashion tips with humor and original illustrations, it suggests that kilts have been woven into the cultural fabric of a kilted New York that could have been, from the Roaring Twenties to the Punk Rock movement. The books follows the checkered “history” of kilts from the founding of the Angry Scotsman Pub in 1875, through the famous Broadway March (a kilted bar crawl), to the advent and design of the modern day kilt, and of course, the origins of smacking people in the face with a sock full of beef Jerky. Kilt Me! offers detailed advice on how a kilt can aid in flirting with women, a guide to the kind of wise-cracks kilts inspire, and the witty retorts and brilliant comebacks available to the wearer; along with a wealth of tips and “how-to’s” when it comes to the actual nuts and bolts of making a fashion statement with the revolutionary act of taking off your pants. As we follow our narrator through the trials and tribulations of one-night stands all the way through marriage, we’ll experience the ins and out of modern kilt wearing etiquette. With more than fifteen original illustrations from Donna Mehalko, this book is sure to please all kilt lovers.