Tell me . . .

Would you trust this man to administer your server?

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21 Responses to “Tell me . . .”

  1. Lynn Says:

    Anybody would be better than the guy we’ve got serving our server now. Idiot.

    And I know I’m no judge of age, but I could have sworn you were older than 9.

  2. Mark Says:

    Number nine. Number nine. Number nine. Number nine.

  3. Donna Says:

    of course! You’re wearing not only a kilt, but hand knit accessories. :)

  4. Barbara from Nova Scotia Says:

    A kilt shot! About time. Enough said.

  5. Heather Says:

    Bwahaha! Hells yes! The kilt inspires all sorts of things in me, including trust ;D

  6. Lissa Says:

    Well, *I* might, sure.

  7. cari Says:

    Oh dear. That man DOES administer my server.

  8. Kath Says:

    I don’t believe I’m familiar with that particular euphemism! 😉

  9. Plum Texan Says:

    Well, I…hmm. That man could…well. Maybe I could say…no, can’t say that either.

    OK, what the hell:

    That’s a man that could administer my server anytime.

    *slinks away, blushing*

  10. Lilith Says:

    I see Evisceron keeping an eye on everything, so it should be okay.

  11. Kim Says:

    Hey David, you look great!!! Hope all is well with you and you have a great Thanksgiving holiday!

  12. Jody Says:

    Anyone in handknits is trustworthy – hehe :)

  13. Ellen-Mary Says:

    Absolutely! Any man who wears a kilt and knits his own socks is a man I’d trust to administer just about anything he wants. :)

  14. Stephanie Says:

    heck yeah! I see you’re a fan of Kitlifter :) It’s one of our favorites…and brewed locally too!

  15. Stephieface Says:

    I would totally trust that guy. 😀

  16. Lee Says:

    Just tell me you don’t work for food! You look a lot like the IT guys at the major teaching institution I was at for many years. There was only one way to get an IT guy to work on your computer: buy his lunch. They were partial to sub sandwiches from a shop downtown, but were known to help out if you had a crate of clementines on your desk.

  17. Mary Says:

    OK… what’s a guy in a kilt doing with Purell on his desk? No. You don’t have to work for food, because you can cook! What’s not to like about a guy who can cook and knit!?

  18. Jess, of the Bugs Says:

    Yes. In fact, the weird nerdy ones are the most competent. I’d worry if the admin looked like a normal guy.

  19. LisaK Says:

    U betcha!!

  20. Barbara from Nova Scotia Says:

    Seeing all these comments, I can’t help but come to the conclusion that the photo was a shameless plug for compliments and innuendos from kilt-pr0n starved women.

    Very clever.

  21. Miss Scarlett Says:

    Let’s count the # of things inspiring trust here:
    1) you speak computer jib-jab like we all know what it means
    2) you make/wear 2 handknits in the pic
    3) looks like another handknit on the desk
    4) uber cool bag on the floor
    5 – thru infinity) you are wearing a kilt