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Do You Still Wear A Watch?  
User currently offlineL0VE2FLY From United States of America, joined Dec 2012, 1571 posts, RR: 0
Posted (1 year 8 months 2 hours ago) and read 5767 times:

The wrist watch is one of those gadgets and services that lost their popularity due to the introduction of affordable cellphones. Some people still wear watches as a fashion accessory or just to show off! So what about you, do you still wear your watch on a daily basis?

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User currently offlineKiwiRob From New Zealand, joined Jun 2005, 7365 posts, RR: 5
Reply 1, posted (1 year 8 months 2 hours ago) and read 5765 times:

I always wear a watch, I feel weird without one.

Quoting L0VE2FLY (Thread starter):
The wrist watch is one of those gadgets and services that lost their popularity due to the introduction of affordable cellphones.

I think this is only true at the lower end of the market, the mid to luxury brands are doing well.

User currently offlineLH526 From Germany, joined Aug 2000, 2363 posts, RR: 14
Reply 2, posted (1 year 8 months 2 hours ago) and read 5762 times:


For one It's a small but subtle way to spice up your attire, I have three watches I wear according to dresscode and occasion , but most of all it's faster to simply check your wrist for the time instead of having to fiddle your cellphone out of a pocket and hitting a button.

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User currently offlinemickster From Austria, joined Feb 2009, 174 posts, RR: 0
Reply 3, posted (1 year 8 months 2 hours ago) and read 5755 times:
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I have my current one (Tag Heuer Carrera) for over four years now, I love it to bits and I wear it almost all the time. I have been looking at new ones from time to time but have not been able to find a better one so far.

User currently offlinealoges From Germany, joined Jan 2006, 8707 posts, RR: 42
Reply 4, posted (1 year 8 months 2 hours ago) and read 5741 times:

Quoting KiwiRob (Reply 1):
I always wear a watch, I feel weird without one.
Quoting LH526 (Reply 2):
it's faster to simply check your wrist for the time instead of having to fiddle your cellphone out of a pocket and hitting a button.

   Apart from customary and practical, a watch is also highly dependable. If it does have a battery, it won't need to be recharged every day like a smartphone. If you drop it, it almost certainly won't break, you don't necessarily have to keep it away from dust, dirt and water and you don't even have to switch it off during takeoff and landing.  

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User currently offlineLH7478i From Germany, joined Jan 2012, 56 posts, RR: 0
Reply 5, posted (1 year 8 months 2 hours ago) and read 5733 times:

Quoting KiwiRob (Reply 1):
I always wear a watch, I feel weird without one.

Me too. Once in a while I forget to put it on in the morning hassle and I really hate it. Just feels not right not to wear a watch 

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User currently offlineaerobalance From United States of America, joined Sep 2000, 4682 posts, RR: 46
Reply 6, posted (1 year 8 months 1 hour ago) and read 5696 times:

Sure do, two of my favs, one on my wrist at this moment.


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User currently offlineswissy From Switzerland, joined Jan 2005, 1734 posts, RR: 4
Reply 7, posted (1 year 8 months 1 hour ago) and read 5681 times:

No more! I am timeless now  

Used to but all my watches are stored now in the closed. Take them out once a while, clean them, have a look and back they go. Was weird at the beginning, now all good  


User currently offlinefrancoflier From France, joined Oct 2001, 3761 posts, RR: 11
Reply 8, posted (1 year 8 months 1 hour ago) and read 5678 times:

Quoting L0VE2FLY (Thread starter):
The wrist watch is one of those gadgets and services that lost their popularity due to the introduction of affordable cellphones.

How is checking your cellphone for the time an improvement on having a wristwatch?

You have to dig it out of your pocket, or wherever you keep it, but usually out of sight by nature. Then you have wait for the screen to light up, then unlock it, then stuff it back to your pocket...

And a good watch is not necessarily an expensive watch. There are some very dependable and fashionable pieces from reputed manufacturers at pretty good prices.

Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit posting...
User currently offlineAesma From France, joined Nov 2009, 6651 posts, RR: 11
Reply 9, posted (1 year 8 months ago) and read 5655 times:

I started wearing one as a small kid, a flik flak. After that, if I hadn't my watch on, I felt weird, in fact I usually kept it on 24/7. Usually it was a Casio watch with many functions.

Then I got this really tiny cellphone, one of the first on the market with a LiPo battery, and I started using it as a watch, permitting my wrist to see the sun for the first time in years, hair to grow back too, and after a while it was putting the watch on that felt weird, so now I only wear one for fashion (which means rarely).

Once they manage to make a "tattoo watch" that pictures the time directly on the skin, I might get one, though.

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User currently offlinerfields5421 From United States of America, joined Jul 2007, 7607 posts, RR: 31
Reply 10, posted (1 year 8 months ago) and read 5648 times:

I still wear a watch.

I have for nearly 50 years. I've tried to go without one and use my cell phone. I made it two weeks and was miserable.

Because (1) pulling my cell phone out while driving, or working - is awkward and clumsy, and (2) it is a lot more work to look at the cell phone rather than a quick glance to my wrist.

I once bought my father a very nice Bulova Accutron, and myself one also. We both quickly realized that the watches were too expensive to risk wearing at work. We've both had watches hit while working and crystals broken.

So we both ended up wearing cheap Timex watches. I replaced mine this past April - with another Timex. The old one had lasted 12 years. I tend to go through two band before the watch quits - unless I hit it with a tool or such while working.

User currently offlineRussianJet From Belgium, joined Jul 2007, 7703 posts, RR: 21
Reply 11, posted (1 year 8 months ago) and read 5630 times:
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I always wear a watch and always will.

I love my mobile phone, but I simply do not accept that fishing a phone out of pocket to check is ever going to replace glancing down at your wrist. Also, a good watch looks great.

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User currently offlinePacNWJet From United States of America, joined Sep 2000, 980 posts, RR: 0
Reply 12, posted (1 year 8 months ago) and read 5626 times:

How else am I supposed to know what time it is? Pull my cell phone out of my pocket? I don't carry my cell phone with me. Besides, technology is supposed to make life easier, not more difficult. What is easier than looking at your wrist? It's right there, on your body, not in your pocket. I wear the same watch I have had since 1972. What could be easier than that?

User currently offlineCadet985 From United States of America, joined Mar 2002, 1555 posts, RR: 4
Reply 13, posted (1 year 8 months ago) and read 5623 times:

Anytime I'm out of the house, I have a watch on. I just got a new G-Shock duty free on my flight back from Israel. I feel completely lost without a watch on. I own at least 4.


User currently offlineAesma From France, joined Nov 2009, 6651 posts, RR: 11
Reply 14, posted (1 year 8 months ago) and read 5601 times:

Quoting PacNWJet (Reply 12):
How else am I supposed to know what time it is?

Look around ? Nowadays time is displayed everywhere. When I wore a watch I looked at it all the time, but when I stopped I realized that I knew what time it was without having to look at my phone more than a couple of times a day, so it's not really a hassle. Of course I work on computers, so I have the time in sight when working.

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User currently offlineA320ajm From United Kingdom, joined May 2006, 546 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (1 year 8 months ago) and read 5601 times:

I always wear a watch to work, as I think it looks professional and looks smart with suit/shirt and trousers. I also wear it most times I go out, unless I know there is a chance it will get lost or damaged (I have quite an expensive watch so a little protective over it). I think I wear it more as a fashion statement than a time keeping device as I always have my phone on me anyway.

If I was getting ridiculous (why not, this is a.net after all) a watch is handy to have if you were ever lost as you can use the hour hand and the sun to calculate South (and hence the other cardinal points!)  


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User currently onlineBraniff747SP From United States of America, joined Oct 2008, 2982 posts, RR: 1
Reply 16, posted (1 year 7 months 4 weeks 1 day 23 hours ago) and read 5577 times:

Always, without fail. I'd feel weird without one... I wouldn't be able to forget putting it on as I'd realize imediately.

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User currently offlineMSPNWA From United States of America, joined Apr 2009, 1944 posts, RR: 2
Reply 17, posted (1 year 7 months 4 weeks 1 day 23 hours ago) and read 5571 times:

I've been wearing one since I was a young teenager. When I go out I feel naked without one, so I never forget it. I use it more for function than style.

User currently offlineDavid L From United Kingdom, joined May 1999, 9524 posts, RR: 41
Reply 18, posted (1 year 7 months 4 weeks 1 day 23 hours ago) and read 5568 times:

Quoting LH526 (Reply 2):
it's faster to simply check your wrist for the time instead of having to fiddle your cellphone out of a pocket and hitting a button.


Quoting L0VE2FLY (Thread starter):
Some people still wear watches as a fashion accessory or just to show off!

I wear a watch for the opposite reason. I don't feel the urge to walk around with my phone in one hand and a bottle of designer water in the other. In addition, I go for functional watches rather than "jewelry" watches, e.g. I'll take Casio over Rolex any day of the week.

Quoting Aesma (Reply 14):
Look around ? Nowadays time is displayed everywhere.

Hmm... my experience is quite different.

User currently offlinefbgdavidson From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2004, 3706 posts, RR: 28
Reply 19, posted (1 year 7 months 4 weeks 1 day 23 hours ago) and read 5562 times:

I feel naked without one, and I rather like them too. Breitling x 3, and looking to add another.

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User currently offlinemal787 From Australia, joined Jul 2007, 693 posts, RR: 0
Reply 20, posted (1 year 7 months 4 weeks 1 day 22 hours ago) and read 5517 times:
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Always have , and always will. Mine never comes off except to give the band a clean, its amazing the gunk that gets in them


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User currently offlineIMissPiedmont From United States of America, joined May 2001, 6293 posts, RR: 33
Reply 21, posted (1 year 7 months 4 weeks 1 day 21 hours ago) and read 5508 times:

I've never developed the addiction to watches. For some reason I always know what time it is without looking at anything except the sun and shadows. But I do have to admit that I have no need to be closer than 10 or so minutes to the actual time.

Damn, this website is getting worse daily.
User currently offlinetugger From United States of America, joined Apr 2006, 5589 posts, RR: 8
Reply 22, posted (1 year 7 months 4 weeks 1 day 21 hours ago) and read 5504 times:

Yes, a nice, simple Seiko:

I don't need a watch but I like having one, I only just got a watch again after a few years without one.
I am not a watch fanatic (I can't countenance spending a significant amount of money on a watch or having multiple watches, not that there is anything wrong with that   ) but I must have a good watch with a sapphire crystal, good name, etc.


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User currently offlineLARSHJORT From Denmark, joined Dec 2007, 1471 posts, RR: 0
Reply 23, posted (1 year 7 months 4 weeks 1 day 21 hours ago) and read 5497 times:

I haven't worn a watch for the last 6 years. When I started working as an aircraft technician I took of my watch easch day when starting work, and after a few weeks I stopped putting it back on again. Now I've changed my trade I'm considering buying a Junkers watch, I have always liked the look of them.


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User currently offlinecmf From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 24, posted (1 year 7 months 4 weeks 1 day 21 hours ago) and read 5487 times:

I have not worn a watch in some 15 years. Rarely wore one before that. Crazy thing, I own several.

25 NWAdeicer : No, I like both arms to weigh the same.
26 LAXintl : Have not warn a watch on regular basis in maybe 10-years. Virtually always surrounded by clocks anyhow. From appliances at home, to computer, to cell
27 Post contains images tugger : But the trick that the extra weight of the watch offsets the tendency for one arm to be longer due to it being the one you scratch yer a** with (so y
28 iFlyLOTs : I wear a cheap digital watch for a few reasons. Over the summer I needed one because I worked at a summer camp and in front of the campers you weren't
29 Kent350787 : I don't wear one as regualrly as I used to, being a little more active in summer. I own several (my Georg Jensen Koppel being the favourite), but leav
30 Post contains images n229nw : I can't imagine not wearing one. I have a Coleman watch I got for $20 at Target a few years ago and it works great and looks nice.
31 dl021 : A watch is on when your phone falls in the river. A watch shows time when your phone battery dies. A watch shows you the time when your phone is out o
32 GlobalMoose : I don't know how generational it is, but I'm 25 and feel naked without my watch while some of my peers just use their cell. Also, as a pilot I feel li
33 RussianJet : Caution: Looking at your watch while having sex can result in serious trouble.
34 Aeri28 : I notice no one is posting pix of their Timex's. I've been considering getting back into wearing a watch. I like how they look, but it's been years si
35 RussianJet : Yeah. I bought one about five years back, mostly metal with a see-through design. Looks great but really it sucks - keeps awful time. My Seiko Kineti
36 Dreadnought : I own a collection of Breitlings, TAG Heuers and Bucherers and Omegas, and I have to say I haven't worn a watch in 6 months.
37 Geezer : I quit wearing watches in 1997. Part of the reason is, 90% of the time I don't even care what time it is; if I look out the window and it's dark out,
38 Post contains images CXfirst : I've always been wearing watches, so it feels odd not having one on my left wrist. Also, for my part time work (ramp agent), I'm required to wear a wa
39 Post contains images stealthz : I'm not proud, here's mine.. My Omega SpeedMaster professional and Flightmaster have been shown in previous threads. My work is time sensitive and my
40 FlyboyOz : It has been long time.... I still can't find which watch i like. I want it something very fancy, sleek and smart and has lots of multi-function!
41 N1120A : I have worn a watch everyday since I was a kid. Whether it was one of those Casio calculators or my current Tissot PR50 that I adore, I can't remember
42 Post contains images francoflier : Actually, both arms rarely weigh the same, unless you're perfectly ambidextrous and use them equally. Otherwise, your dominant side arm is likely hea
43 Post contains images HAWK21M : Sure do. But it needs to be dual timer with an analog/digital display....
44 Post contains images JBirdAV8r : I am required to wear a watch while on duty by my company. I don't wear one a whole lot on my days off, because it's nice to be free from the clock fo
45 ajd1992 : I would love to wear a watch but I can't because of a learning disability I have. I can't have things around my wrist (or neck for that matter, drives
46 blueflyer : Not for a few years, but I keep wanting to go buy one.
47 nickh : Even though I do not usually wear a wristwatch, here's an exception: A colleague gave me a Casio Photo/Video wristwatch which has a discrete 1-megapix
48 CXB77L : I echo those who wear watches because it is easier to check my wrist for the time than to fish out my phone. I always wear a watch when I'm out. The o
49 Post contains images cupraibiza : Yes but only since I took up running. Now I wear it everywhere. Its great way to strike up a conversation with a fellow runner
50 Post contains images GlobalMoose : I see no reason to not differentiate myself from the crowd (although not too hard when everyone else is a 60-65 year old out of shape white man ). I
51 Klaus : Have not worn one for a few years now. I don't like the foreign weight on my wrist. It is also unpleasant while working with a keyboard. For the relat
52 Post contains images AirPacific747 : Yep, and I've been wearing the same watch nonstop since I was 14. I never take it off. [Edited 2013-01-20 10:05:44]
53 Geezer : This thread tells me a lot more than just what time it is; apparently, many people seem to have a fascination with watches which I'm certain extends W
54 cptkrell : I haven't worn a watch, or ANY other jewelry for that matter, in about fifteen years. Well, I would wear a chrono when flying but that's been a few ye
55 DocLightning : As a physician, I need something to count seconds when I'm taking heart or respiratory rates. I also don't want to have to use a hand to pull out my p
56 Post contains images flanker : Of course I do. A watch is essential for any gentleman/man. My newest watch is this one : [Edited 2013-01-20 10:55:46]
57 Post contains images KiwiRob : I try really hard to like these, I do want a GMT watch, and I've nearly bought one but for some reason Rolex always makes me think of hairy chested m
58 francoflier : Ah, Citizen, my favorites. I was actually checking that one out on their website just today...
59 Post contains links qantas077 : Yes. I have collected Swiss watches for many years and subscribe to a few worldwide bulletins which email me new deals weekly. I usually wear an Omega
60 Cadet985 : Is that $16,255 USD??? Marc
61 sprout5199 : Hmmm first portable "watch" was a "pocket watch", then someone invented a "wrist watch" because pulling a "pocket watch" out of your pocket was a pai
62 FI642 : Oris Big Crown BC3. Not ostentatious, but a serious time piece.
63 Post contains links and images curtisman : I absolutely wear a watch still... I love watches - or timepieces, as some are known. Some people call them men's jewellery lol. I have approximately
64 Post contains links and images srbmod : I've worn watches since I was a kid and still wear one (and have the tan to prove it). For work, I wear cheap $10-15 watches bought at Walmart as if t
65 cptkrell : Curtisman (Rep 63); I too have a real Russian Aviator (style, at least) watch gifted to me by a workmate back in (about) 1995 after visting there. I w
66 WarRI1 : I have worn them since I could first afford to buy one. In my line of work, it did not pay to buy expensive watch's. I have worn and destroyed many po
67 Post contains images Klaus : ...and those who can't recognize crucial distinctions will never escape the past! The crucial difference being that a cellphone/smartphone replaces a
68 PacNWJet : Then why do all the students who don't wear wrist watches but possess cell phones arrive late to my classes?[Edited 2013-01-20 17:46:41]
69 Post contains images rfields5421 : Because I can set my watch five minutes fast, but I've yet to find a way to do that with a cell phone.
70 SmithAir747 : Yes, I still wear the Mickey Mouse watch I got for my 12th birthday on April 25, 1987. It outlasted its own case, crystal, and band. The movement, fac
71 ha763 : I haven't worn a watch since the strap on my last watch broke in 1998. After that I carried it around as a pocket watch until 2002 when it was replace
72 Post contains images Klaus : I sort of doubt that claimed perfect correlation, not least from my own experience...!
73 United Airline : Yes I do. Most people do still....
74 Nimish : Count me as one of the exceptions then. Not worn one for about 8-10 years now - just don't see the need for a wrist watch. Have a wall clock in each
75 Post contains images B777LRF : A watch is a must for a gentleman, and it's just about the only "jewellery" a man can wear without coming across as either a poofter, gyppo, drug deal
76 Braniff747SP : I'm in the same boat as you...
77 Post contains links and images aerobalance : Different watches for different occasions For formal gatherings... My Breitlings All in all I prefer my Rolex watches. More robust, in house movement,
78 AirPacific747 : That's a very nice watch you gave your girlfriend. It looks beautiful.
79 Post contains images zkojq : When I was at high school, I wore a watch always - it felt unnatural not to wear one. Since I finished though, not so much - though I try to always we
80 Post contains links and images Fallap : I currently have a Swiss Army watch (I got two now) Great inexpensive quality watches, plus you get the bragging rights of having a swiss made watch.
81 Post contains images L0VE2FLY : When driving I just look at the car's clock! Exactly, just in my kitchen there's 4 appliances with clocks. It all depends on what type of watch/cellp
82 KiwiRob : I'd like to see proof for this statement, I don't know anyone who doesn't wear a watch. It's far quicker to look at my watch than get my phone out of
83 mdsh00 : I got my first watch when I was 12 years old and I still wear one even though I have hundreds of other ways to check the time. I feel naked going outs
84 comorin : I am thinking of buying a Skagen watch as a backup, anybody have one? It costs less than the replacement leather strap ($200) for my Tiffany.
85 L0VE2FLY : Come visit me and I'll show you the proof! Over 90% of people I know don't wear a watch, because they...
86 KiwiRob : I'd love a World Timer. If you find a car salesman you'll find a Rolex, sure as eggs is eggs. Are so poor they can't afford one?
87 TheSultanOfWing : I do! Plenty! I don't wear one either.....in the car, at home and at work......the hands on the clock are (almost) everywhere. And for when I am at t
88 rfields5421 : Unfortunately the polarizing in my glasses/ sunglasses makes impossible to read the car clock. Maybe I should buy a new car, though this one is just
89 comorin : Thanks for the heads-up! The men's watches are a bit big for my wrist but they may have smaller sizes.
90 Post contains images francoflier : Is that why your beloved fruit company is working on a watch? Get ready, watch wearing is about to become all the rage again...
91 Post contains images connies4ever : Do I still wear a wrist watch ? No, b.t.w., what time is it ?
92 Ken777 : That is like the one my parents gave me for Christmas '65. It's been great, but now could use a cleaning & service. That's $600+ for the service
93 dl021 : I once was wearing my Goofy watch at an NCO school. It told time backwards...counterclockwise...because it was a Goofy watch. TAC NCO asked me what t
94 Post contains images L0VE2FLY : It's 2013 not 1913, wake up man! Not wearing a watch is not an indication of poverty, here you can buy a nice brand name watch for under $100, and if
95 Post contains images stasisLAX : Very nice!! And I agree about the feeling naked without a watch on my wrist. Of course, my watches tend to be Fossils, and not Breitings.....
96 nickh : I had an uncle that used to do that all of his life (R.I.P.) - he always had his gold fob waist-watch set to 5-minutes ahead of local time, so that h
97 Post contains images EA CO AS : Same here! I know it's a generational thing for the most part where younger folks use their cellphone as a timepiece, but I'll always feel under-dres
98 Post contains images KaiGywer : Same here. I am required to wear a wrist watch as part of my uniform. It stays in the locker when I'm off duty I need to count seconds too in my job,
99 Post contains links and images zckls04 : I mostly wear a Seamaster Deville similar to the one below. I love watches because, aside from cufflinks, they're the only piece of jewelery a man can
100 Post contains images Stabilator : I could never imagine pulling my cellphone out in a meeting or at a formal event to check the time. Wear a watch! My newest addition: Tissot Dressport
101 Post contains images L0VE2FLY : So do most smartphones. . It makes sense, since the driver is on the left side here.
102 brilondon : I have worn a watch since I was 6 years old and when I got older I wore it every where I went. I even bought a water proof one when I was 9 so that I
103 Post contains images cjg225 : I am the same way. I think I started wearing a watch everyday probably in the 4th or 5th grade and haven't stopped. Every now and then someone commen
104 Post contains images Caryjack : Thanks for the thread...I've jumped to the end to tell you that my job requires a time piece in my possession at all times accurate within 20 seconds
105 kiwirob : nope Rolex have a couple of over 40mm watches. I like a big watch, I have a big wrist, watches under 40mm look like ladies pieces on me.
106 zckls04 : They still do plenty of smaller ones though, making them one of the few companies that do. Maybe Breitling do one or two (out of an enormous range).
107 L0VE2FLY : Few professionals wear watches for practical reasons, all others wear them as a piece of jewellery...
108 brilondon : Yeah, move over one counter to the 14.95 watches. Congrats on your graduation.
109 Post contains images L0VE2FLY : ...or a $1 flea market "Swiss" watch!
110 Post contains links and images Hywel : Just a simple Tissot PR50 for me. I wear it every day:
111 RussianJet : I'm saving up for a new watch. I'll be wanting to spend around £1000. So, what are your best suggestions?
112 mayor : Yes, I still wear a watch........the battery went out on my SLC Winter Olympics Pulsar that I got for being a volunteer, so right now I'm wearing the
113 cjg225 : The best knockoff I ever saw was a "Fossul" watch some guy tried to hawk to me in NYC a few years ago. lol
114 Post contains images L0VE2FLY : Don't be too picky, it's just one letter difference!
115 overlander : Well said Sir, I like your style. They are an anachoronism these days. I always try to be on time and wearing a watch has never helped me. All the be
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