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Certina: A model of car favoured by Swiss boy racers. Often hung with furry dice.

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strapline wrote: Sat Apr 24, 2021 5:49 pm Certina: A model of car favoured by Swiss boy racers. Often hung with furry dice.

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Pulsar - a broken square Casio that emits a tinny squeak every hour
watching you fail in your quest for a “one watch” has been great entertainment
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Wobbler- A sudden unexpected outburst of anger or rage because you can't remember the exact Valjoux reference number
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missF wrote: Sat Apr 24, 2021 5:59 pm Pulsar - a broken square Casio that emits a tinny squeak every hour
Brilliant! :lol:
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Timex - establishing with your watch how long it takes for your former partner to pack up and leave
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TAG Heuer - throwing up in the middle of a game of chasies
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Fitbit - an inadequate man’s description of a beautiful woman
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Accurist - a stickler for chronometer timing
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Blued screws: Chilled prison officers manning outdoor recreation.

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Corum - having enough watches in your watch box to start a meeting
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Timefactors - Considerations when calculating whether you can get to the pub before last orders.
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Ombre dial - Phone call with Clint Eastwood.

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904L - an additive used to extract money, see also 316L.
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