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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by MAJOR METAL, Mar 6, 2006.
Your family, maybe, but not you. You can't be embarrassed if you're dead, see.
I dont own a watch.
I only use pocket watches. They may or may not be tasteful, but they look neat, make decent conversation starters, and most importantly keeps me from glancing at it every other minute.
Nope, I take it off. I hit things with it in my sleep if I don't.
Psh. Just work out, and no need for anyone to be embarassed .
I toss my watch, wallet, keys, and mp3 player all into one spot when I get home. Dinner table, ledge by the door, or my computer desk.
Oh, and I take off my watch when I play. Just can't play with one on.
Feel naked without it!
but have to take it off to sleep , its too bulky. I could hurt myself!
but I play with it on in the winter not summer.
the human body swells in warm temps and its too tight in the summer but I rocked the crapo out of a packed bar in detroit on saturday wearing my favorite watch!
I wonder if Flavor Flav sleeps with a clock around his neck.
I'm with you McHack. No watch for me.
I'm surprised Bard hasn't chimed in with a scary paramedic story related to finding a dead naked person in bed.
For a brief time in the late 90's, I worked as a volunteer firefighter. We got called to a home of someone who stopped breathing. The wife called about her husband. When we got there, he was naked in bed. What sucks was she put her clothes on! Anyway......we were able to revive him, but it was far from a comfortable situation. I had to leave the room.
Not what I meant, but good point.
I wear my watch every day. Even if you have a cell phone for the time - what about day and date?
Always take it off to go to bed, shower, working out.
Take it off to play a show, but leave it on playing a song or two at church or during band practice.
Lotso cell phones have built in calendars, planners, etc.
At least you know she wasn't after a life insurance score.
I use my cell phone for the time instead of a watch. One less thing to remember. I don't sleep with my cell phone!
I didn't wear one before cell phones as a fashion statement and that hasn't changed.
I, too, was jesting. I don't like to use smilies, see.
Ya know...I made my reply, and then I thought about that after. I figured you were jesting, but I was too lazy to go back and come up with some witty reply.
There is only one thing worse than being witty, and that is not being witty.
No....watching a naked man being rolled around on the floor and then given CPR would be worse than not being witty. Trust me on this young lady, trust me.