CWL of the day

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Nice choice :)


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C3 for me today

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Looks like it's going to be a nice day in Wiltshire.
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Nice watches folks :D

I got my CW wathces just recently, and I must say they're just unbelievable!

This is what I'm wearing today:

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It's so much prettier in actual life. So much prettier.

It's really hard to explain how different experience it is, but maybe this metaphore will illuminate it:

It's like going out with a girl, when in the beginning all you have is just a picture:

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She seems nice, so why not?

Then you see her in real life:

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Orbiting this at a distance of roughly ninety-eight million miles is an utterly insignificant little blue-green planet, whose ape-descended life forms are so amazingly primitive, that they still think digital watches are a pretty neat idea.

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:shock::shock::shock:
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Just a metaphore :)
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(Terry-Thomas voice)... Ding-Dong!

Edit: it should have been Leslie Phillips! :lol:
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Wearing my "newbie" again today with a PVD Super Oyster strap.

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That's pretty nice.

I've been looking for those aviation models, and that C8 might well be on my shopping list later this year.

Worldtimer is also quite tempting...

I'll get me coat - and go out to get some lottery coupons :D
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footycrazy wrote:Had to be the C5 today as a new mesh will be tried out tomorrow.

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Yesterdays look. ^^^^^^^
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And todays look, inspired by F1Colin & his C5 with E-type Jag.

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May I ask where you bought that mesh bracelet?
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MacMarvin wrote:May I ask where you bought that mesh bracelet?

Have PM.d you all the details. :thumbup:
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Thank you :)
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Korkki wrote:C3 for me today

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I think I'll have to get a black C3 MK1 someday......I love that look.