Affordable Quartz Dress Watch

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robert75 wrote: SWMBO????
She Who Must Be Obeyed!
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She Who Must Be Obeyed!
You admitted that yourself in the Tissot Sales Post! :lol: :lol:
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sheesh, salesmen ~ some never know what they talk about :)
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Bloody puff! Wear what YOU want to wear and sod what the little woman says! Anyway, remind her that she's lucky you forgot to tighten her chain if she's far enough away from the kitchen sink to be bothering you about your watch :evil:
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xtriple wrote:Bloody puff! Wear what YOU want to wear and sod what the little woman says! Anyway, remind her that she's lucky you forgot to tighten her chain if she's far enough away from the kitchen sink to be bothering you about your watch :evil:
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Just how many watches of YOURS does SWMBO have at the moment? :lol:
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Ah OK I just didnt know what that meant. Well she forced the sale of the Tissot (Hence now looking at the Lip) I must say the Omega is going in for its service next week. I have even had it on a nato and love the look of it so it may well survive the cull.

Still, thanks for the advice both regarding watches and marital. Lol
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Tyke wrote:
xtriple wrote:Bloody puff! Wear what YOU want to wear and sod what the little woman says! Anyway, remind her that she's lucky you forgot to tighten her chain if she's far enough away from the kitchen sink to be bothering you about your watch :evil:
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Just how many watches of YOURS doe SWMBO have at the moment? :lol:
As with everything else I do (or say), you have to listen to the emotion and the conviction of my belief, not what I ACTUALLY do (or say) as I really only exist because Lorn lets me :lol: :lol: :lol:
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xtriple wrote:As with everything else I do (or say), you have to listen to the emotion and the conviction of my belief, not what I ACTUALLY do (or say) as I really only exist because Lorn lets me :lol: :lol: :lol:

I know - we are always in it, it's usually just the depth that varies!
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Chairs, who needs chairs? This is a gentlemen's disagreement.

Oh, sod it!

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Chaps and Chapesses. I bit of advice if you would. I am thinking of buying a new quartz dress watch after the sale of my Tissot classic dream one


Hi Robert

Well i guess i'll throw another vote in for the C2 Quartz having bought a nice one recently from David (Leo David)
It wears quite a bit bigger than the C5 though and is much more retro looking but its a very nice watch and looks that bit different in a sort of older Seiko and Omega style

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robert75 wrote:Ah OK I just didnt know what that meant. Well she forced the sale of the Tissot (Hence now looking at the Lip) I must say the Omega is going in for its service next week. I have even had it on a nato and love the look of it so it may well survive the cull.

Still, thanks for the advice both regarding watches and marital. Lol

We need to see the before pictures. We do like pictures :lol:
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footycrazy wrote:
robert75 wrote:Ah OK I just didnt know what that meant. Well she forced the sale of the Tissot (Hence now looking at the Lip) I must say the Omega is going in for its service next week. I have even had it on a nato and love the look of it so it may well survive the cull.

Still, thanks for the advice both regarding watches and marital. Lol

We need to see the before pictures. We do like pictures :lol:
It's like kids school here,no one can read, we just look at the pretty piccys :lol:
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Will post a few pics of the Omega when it gets back from service. Thanks for the advice. Currently looking at a few Lip watches, vintage Roama and the CW quartz. Will post a pic when mind is made up.

Cheers all.