The work watch at work

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The work watch at work

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Stragely artistic.... Brian sewell might even describe it as a functional juxtaposition...!
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Nice photo lamps, but watch out for that bezel!
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Nice shot of a CW at work. I was wearing your old work watch just yesterday (at work).
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Nice pic, but I've never thought of the C7 as a rough-wear watch!
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Kip wrote:Nice photo lamps, but watch out for that bezel!
That's what he uses that paint brush for.... :)
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I thought you were a Gas man, not a painter and decorator.

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He is a meter reader, he has those yellow jobbies for opening the meter cupboards!
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f1colin wrote:Stragely artistic.... Brian sewell might even describe it as a functional juxtaposition...!
I tried that position once. Received a slap, and put my back out. :problem: Happy days. 8)
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CornishDave wrote:He is a meter reader, he has those yellow jobbies for opening the meter cupboards!
I thought they were the keys to his Passion Wagon!

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scooter, I think you're right - lamps is definitely better than ruthwall with the camera! :lol:
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:)

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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:scooter, I think you're right - lamps is definitely better than ruthwall with the camera! :lol:
How dare you :lol:

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ruthwall1 wrote:
Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:scooter, I think you're right - lamps is definitely better than ruthwall with the camera! :lol:
How dare you :lol:

My new mission is to get rid of my title as worst photographer on the site. :thumbup:

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