A quick view of the quads

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Re: A quick view of the quads

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That's a handsome quartet! I apologise for any earlier rude comments I may have made about orange, that one looks good. :thumbup:
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Re: A quick view of the quads

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Nice quartet there Jag. For me, the white is the stand-out watch. :)
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Which watch shows the correct time? Seems they go in pairs re time. :D
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Very nice, I think you need a yellow to complete the set. :D
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Re: A quick view of the quads

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Putting it on the bracelet has made all the difference. Reckon this is a keeper now, don't you?
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JAG wrote:Yep just need a bracelet for the blue now as i love my 316 :-)
No matter how much you deny it we know it is a FETISH. 8-[ :irre2: :rollsmile: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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ianblyth wrote:
JAG wrote:Yep just need a bracelet for the blue now as i love my 316 :-)
No matter how much you deny it we know it is a FETISH. 8-[ :irre2: :rollsmile: :lol: :lol: :lol:

More likely to be a fetish if he was favouring rubber over stainless? :lol:
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I.I.D wrote:
ianblyth wrote:
JAG wrote:Yep just need a bracelet for the blue now as i love my 316 :-)
No matter how much you deny it we know it is a FETISH. 8-[ :irre2: :rollsmile: :lol: :lol: :lol:

More likely to be a fetish if he was favouring rubber over stainless? :lol:
I agree on both counts. :)
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Re: A quick view of the quads

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"The Jag doth protest too much, methinks." with apologies to Shakespeare - Hamlet, Act III, scene II.
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