Boschett

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Re: Boschett

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CornishDave wrote:That's what you call a "Man's Watch"! Very nice indeed!


No offence jag but i don't think your man enough to own one :lol:
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Re: Boschett

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mrs j wrote:
CornishDave wrote:That's what you call a "Man's Watch"! Very nice indeed!
No offence jag but i don't think your man enough to own one :lol:

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Re: Boschett

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Chris

I live in the North East having married a geordie but spent much of my childhood in Cornwall having been born in Newquay.
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Re: Boschett

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Hope you havent lost the accent haha.
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I love mine and its so comfy on that you hardly notice the size :-)

Its not for everyone but then you need something to seperate the boys from us men :-D
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