CWL of the day

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Boydesian wrote:Today I am wearing my C9 GMT, having first switched it over to the slightly less formal brown leather.
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I say, Mister Boydesian! I'm biased but I think that a silver C9GMT on brown is sooooo smart!
But my owner has spoken to someone called Wera Mettes about sending me back for SURGERY (!) in 2016 to get a black dial because he says his eyesight is going* and will find the black easier to read. I'm scared. It might hurt! :thumbdown: :shock:
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That does sound painful !!
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C7 Bluebird now for the lovely sunny evening.

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Mr. Harrison wrote:
Boydesian wrote:Today I am wearing my C9 GMT, having first switched it over to the slightly less formal brown leather.
I say, Mister Boydesian! I'm biased but I think that a silver C9GMT on brown is sooooo smart!
But my owner has spoken to someone called Wera Mettes about sending me back for SURGERY (!) in 2016 to get a black dial because he says his eyesight is going* and will find the black easier to read. I'm scared. It might hurt! :thumbdown: :shock:
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*he is very old and miserable
Ah, you must remember that for some of us, being miserable becomes more and more fun as we get older! Happily, I do not feel the need to resort to such drastic measures. A full dialectomy with transplant is off the table (a good pun, no?) for the foreseeable future. :wink:
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As its FLE Friday I thought a change to this for the evening was appropriate.

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C65 SWS for today.

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A day of hawking with the red bird...

a few reflections...
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take it as red!
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tikkathree wrote:A day of hawking with the red bird...

a few reflections...
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take it as red!
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Glorious fast bird :D but you're bringing a tear to my eye as I'm preparing and listing mine For Sale today. :(

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New strap to match the vintage colouring on my mk iii. This is so soft it must be made of chamois leather

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Starting out with this for the day. (Photo used for a WUS thread about marching watches to outfit, hence the setup)

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omegaaddict wrote:Starting out with this for the day. (Photo used for a WUS thread about marching watches to outfit, hence the setup)

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Sartorially, are you channeling Ronald McDonald?


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Old school

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rcherryuk wrote:
omegaaddict wrote:Starting out with this for the day. (Photo used for a WUS thread about marching watches to outfit, hence the setup)

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Sartorially, are you channeling Ronald McDonald?


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I believe his shoes were completely red...
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omegaaddict wrote:
rcherryuk wrote:
omegaaddict wrote:Starting out with this for the day. (Photo used for a WUS thread about marching watches to outfit, hence the setup)

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Sartorially, are you channeling Ronald McDonald?


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I believe his shoes were completely red...
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