Who Invented the Kilt?

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The kilt was invented by an Englishman, Thomas Rawlins on, around 1727 near Inverness. He invented the kilt because the average Scotsman was so poor he could not afford a pair of pants and as it happened, the kilt was an instant success.
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Ironically enough it was invented by English factory owners, who were looking for a cheap way to clothe their Highlander workers.
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The kilt was invented in Scotland.
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The kilt - the Scotsman's pride and joy - was invented by an Englishman, Thomas Rawlinson, around 1727, near Inverness, Scotland.
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He set his Jenny on his knee. All in his Highland dress. For brawlie weel he kenned the way. To please a bonnie lass. Robert Burns, Charlie Is My Darling.
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