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Offline LP640

  • I'm a rich kid - you must love me
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So it's been established that we're all exotic car enthusiasts...

What else is everyone else into?

I enjoy sitting by the fire in my mahogany chair with a beverage on the rocks, listening to old vinyls and finding a deeper meaning to life :P

But seriously, I like wrist watches (jaeger, rolex and omega mainly), amazing coffee and listening to 70s/80s music :)



Offline AshSimmonds

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If you can't find an "other interests" topic that suits your interests here then start one, otherwise we've already covered a lot of ground.





Offline CortinaD


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I like watches too. I buy them yet never wear them for fear of damaging them.



Offline dkabab

I like watches too. I buy them yet never wear them for fear of damaging them.

Soooo... It's never the right time to wear them?



Offline LP640

  • I'm a rich kid - you must love me
  • BANNED until 2012

  • Joined: Jun 2011

  • Location: Melbourne
I like watches too. I buy them yet never wear them for fear of damaging them.

That's my biggest worry, a long with being robbed!



Offline dodger

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  • Joined: Dec 2009

  • Location: Melbourne
I like watches too but rarely wear the good ones, have a Rolex Yachtmaster that I might get rid of and buy something else, there's a watches thread somewhere.

I like model trains too, quite a few OTHER rock stars  :D are fans also, I've got a fair bit of LGB that I haven't used since the kids were kids, thought I might have another go at it HO layout recently but the passion wasn't really there.




Offline amgsl55

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I like watches too. I buy them yet never wear them for fear of damaging them.

+1

buy one each time I go overseas -  fair dinkums are in the watch case, genuine original replicas are on my wrist



Offline anotherforumuser

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I used to wear a Rolex all the time years ago. One day I got out of my car and slipped on a heap of those tiny seed pods that trees dump on footpaths and ended up breaking the band and scratching the crap out of it. I can understand why you wouldnt wear collectible watches too often, or at all.



Offline amgsl55

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Offline Dave_A


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Seriously into home theatre here.
Have a dedicated 8m by 4m room,projection onto a 3m screen and incredible audio.Went through the hole upgrade/improve path for many years but these days I just sit down and enjoy the experience.I would recommend to ANYONE who enjoys movies.




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