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Do you sleep with your watch on?

Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by MAJOR METAL, Mar 6, 2006.


    MAJOR METAL The Beagle Father Supporting Member

    I do and I rarely take it off , how about you?
  2. I take mine off at night.
  3. I only take off my watch, rings, and choker when I take a shower.

    Rock on
  4. Trevorus


    Oct 18, 2002
    Urbana, IL
    I only use my cell phone as a clock. my wrists are to accentuate my emo style on those kind of days.
  5. Jazzin'

    Jazzin' ...Bluesin' and Funkin'

    I leave it on at night. Then I wake up with stupid "metal stains" on my wrist.
  6. Brad Barker

    Brad Barker

    Apr 13, 2001
    berkeley, ca

    weirdo. :p
  7. Oxblood

    Oxblood Banned

    Apr 17, 2005
    Baltimore, MD
    I actually only wear my watch/bracelet/necklace when I go out. So nope I don't ever sleep with it on unless I pass out.
  8. nateo

    nateo Schubie Fan #1

    Mar 2, 2003
    Ottawa, Ontario
    I don't wear a watch (again, cell phone does that trick just fine) but I do take my ring off every night. If you wear stuff like that too much it tends to develop a nasty stink.

  9. villakid 93

    villakid 93 Guest

    Dec 27, 2005
    Swayfield, Grantham
    I don't wear a watch, wherever I am there's always a clock, I used to wear one but took it off a night as it itches :)
  10. mkrtu9


    Mar 2, 2006
    i take it off, but i sleep nude!!
  11. Lazylion

    Lazylion Goin ahead on wit my bad self!

    Jan 25, 2006
    Frederick MD USA
    +1 I take it off shortly after I get home from work.
  12. Edwcdc

    Edwcdc I call shotgun!

    Jul 21, 2003
    Columbia MD USA
    I take my watch off at night because it is my alarm. I might not hear it if my arm is under a pillow.
  13. fookgub


    Jun 5, 2005
    Houston, TX
    Is it just me, or are watches more of a fashion statement these days? Almost everyone has a cell phone with a clock on it, so a watch just seems redundant.

    I don't wear a watch because I want my arms to weigh the same. :D
  14. Diddlysquat

    Diddlysquat Guest

    Feb 8, 2006
    Which takes longer?

    A glance at the wrist, or

    a) remove cell phone from belt clip,
    b) open flip phone,
    c) glance at time,
    d) close flip phone,
    e) replace cell phone on belt clip

    Now, sitting in an office with a desk phone and a cell phone, that's redundant.
  15. marthasvinyard


    Feb 28, 2006

    No. I sleep with my wife on. :eek:
  16. karrot-x

    karrot-x Banned

    Feb 21, 2004
    Omicron Persei 8
    Take mine off.
  17. fookgub


    Jun 5, 2005
    Houston, TX
    True, checking your cell is less convenient. I figure it takes about 1-2 seconds to check a watch and about 6-7 to check a cell phone. So, say the difference is 6 seconds per check and you check the time 64 times a day. That's almost 6 1/2 minutes saved per day by using a watch. Pretty good, except I waste way more than 6 1/2 minutes a day posting stuff like this on TB. :D

    Having an office and cell phone isn't redundant. You only give your cell to people that need it... that way people calling about meanial crap can't bother you when you're out. Having a home phone and a cell phone... now that's redundant.
  18. pocket_groover

    pocket_groover Supporting Member

    Jan 21, 2004
    Northern California
    I use my cell phone as a watch, plus it has a nice alarm. If you have Verizon, (it works on CDMA technology) the time is accurate to a very small split second. CDMA requires that the time is accurate to atomic clock standards in order to function. This way, I never have to worry about setting it (guess I'm just one of those "precision" freaks).

    Cingular (and others) works on GSM and the time accuracy is not as stringent.
  19. Split49


    Mar 2, 2006
    i leave it on all the time :):)
  20. McHack


    Jul 29, 2003
    Central Ohio!
    I dont wear a watch at all. I despise the thought of being tied, to time.

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