And so it begins...

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And so it begins...

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A slippery slope there mate! Looks like your meds are well balanced though :thumbup:
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You normally only spend $2 a month on watches. :shock: What can you buy for that? :problem:
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Oh how I remember those halcyon days (sob!).... Now ten grand later!
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xtriple wrote:Oh how I remember those halcyon days (sob!).... Now ten grand later!
Hopefully, i can get a job that i can buy a ten grand watch!! :lol:
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I truly feel inadequate at this point. While I love the higher end watches I am fairly confident that my nearly perfect wife and my nearly imperfect pay check will ever allow for a $10,000 watch.

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Not one watch, many, many bloody watches!
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Ahahaha....

I was also just checking my Credit Card statement.....and three quarters of my annual spend was to a certain Christopher Ward..... :roll:
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Tomsolo wrote:Ahahaha....

I was also just checking my Credit Card statement.....and three quarters of my annual spend was to a certain Christopher Ward..... :roll:
....and I am sure he appreciates it. He needs to do some work on the boat. :lol:
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Get a grip you lot, it's all about getting things in proportion.
Three quarters sounds OK to me.

Unfortunately Mrs L has other ideas - the kitchen is going to cost 4x what I have ever spent on watches (and pens for that matter) - which seems like a good start to the negotiations to me. :D
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Kip wrote:
Tomsolo wrote:Ahahaha....

I was also just checking my Credit Card statement.....and three quarters of my annual spend was to a certain Christopher Ward..... :roll:
....and I am sure he appreciates it. He needs to do some work on the boat. :lol:
Well at this rate he will be gold plating that boat... Lol..
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xtriple wrote:Oh how I remember those halcyon days (sob!).... Now ten grand later!
Don't tell me you spent 10 grand on watches so far! woh!
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Loddonite wrote:Get a grip you lot, it's all about getting things in proportion.
Three quarters sounds OK to me.

Unfortunately Mrs L has other ideas - the kitchen is going to cost 4x what I have ever spent on watches (and pens for that matter) - which seems like a good start to the negotiations to me. :D
Don't feel alone mate, I have always spent far more on the misses then on myself but that's a good thing because I never have to justify what I spend on myself. I can always say, "you got more"!
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leoo wrote:
xtriple wrote:Oh how I remember those halcyon days (sob!).... Now ten grand later!
Hopefully, i can get a job that i can buy a ten grand watch!! :lol:
Now that wasn't just one watch. I would say at least a dozen.