CWL of the day

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MiniMpi wrote:I think I'll have to get a black C3 MK1 someday......I love that look.
I have been thinking to buy a C3 MKII SSS but would like to see some wrist shots first
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Korkki wrote:C3 for me today

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Quite blue 8)

One of the Finnish colours, that! :D
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Here's another pic of my recently purchased C60 GMT:

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And a song expressing my happiness :) Original version by Mr. Steve Vai - all guitars played by me (over the backing track):

http://soundcloud.com/marviner/liberty



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this a.m.'s beater :)

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MacMarvin - truly a beauty... :thumbup:
Fluffy cuddly kittens and little puppy dogs.......????
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Thanks Reggie, :)

I like it a lot to be honest. I've seen many, many watches but this one is something else. It's gorgeous. I'm in love :)

If that watch could speak to me - she would say "I'd love to, but I'm very, very shy" :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVw_58MdduQ

BTW...my (short) take on that song can be found out here:

https://soundcloud.com/marviner/iwouldloveto-sahellys


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Should I ever part of my watch, I would cry a river of tears:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2IyX5LXGyg

Fortunately I'm too young to worry about such things :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkMZ6fV3T_0

Now, where´s my drink? 8)
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I've succumbed to the dark side and put a blue croc pattern strap on my C10 FLE:

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C10 FLE - Blue Taikonaut Strap by J.W.C., on Flickr

Not totally sold on it, but it does dress it up for a change. :o
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Well,

i have to admit that I'm quite drunk at the moment. So from now on never mind me. I've just had a touch too much:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGftIcp2SC0

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reggie747 wrote:MacMarvin - truly a beauty... :thumbup:
Yes, very beautiful. The girl's not bad either! :cool:

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C11 Chrono SKK

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Mooching around today with this........

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The C600 in the morning putting together a set of drawers and rearranging my son's bedroom, who is now 18 months old and fully able to climb out of his crib, which has now transformed into a bed. The C60 FLE for dinner with the family.

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