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Offline andecorp

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LOL - I am always perfectly colour co-ordinated - top must match the pants which must match the shoes, all outfit must match the jacket and the watch, and all that must match the colour of the car I am driving that day :p
Mind you, all this only happened in the last 4-5 years or so. Don't know why. Before that - meh...
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Offline andecorp

  • Biggest daddy in the park 300kph+ club
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Oh, and of course, the Montblanc that I would use that day must match everything else mentioned earlier. :boggled:
You make something idiotproof, they'll make a better idiot.



Offline amgsl55

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Oh, and of course, the Montblanc that I would use that day must match everything else mentioned earlier. :boggled:

+1 to that

I get more comments on my pens than I do my watches -  probably because I wear the genuine replicas



Offline fivesix


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Oh, and of course, the Montblanc that I would use that day must match everything else mentioned earlier. :boggled:
See I kind of do the shit you do, but kind-of dont.

If I am partaking in an activity that will damage an expensive watch, I wont wear one. They are always in the case, and I am ultra protective of my special ones. Mind you, this has more to do with sentiment as opposed to being replaced etc. Anything modern can be repaired/serviced as you say.

My montblancs I don't really bring out all the time, as they can be easily damaged (severely)/lost in my day to day life.



Offline andecorp

  • Biggest daddy in the park 300kph+ club
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See I kind of do the shit you do, but kind-of dont.

If I am partaking in an activity that will damage an expensive watch, I wont wear one. They are always in the case, and I am ultra protective of my special ones. Mind you, this has more to do with sentiment as opposed to being replaced etc. Anything modern can be repaired/serviced as you say.

My montblancs I don't really bring out all the time, as they can be easily damaged (severely)/lost in my day to day life.

Of course, those kind of activities would be the exception. If I lift things, be around the house, in the gym, etc - no watch at all. I wear mine daily but I don't abuse them.
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Offline mondi

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Farking Hell - Now I do feel like a complete Bogan!!!!!    :sadnana:



Offline andecorp

  • Biggest daddy in the park 300kph+ club
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About Montblanc - I have quite a few nice ones, including a Pope Julius II 888, but not long ago I found one that I was like "That's it - my new every day pen!". Got the dealer to look it up in his pricelist as it's special order - $248k...  :faint: There goes that for the time being  :?
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Offline andecorp

  • Biggest daddy in the park 300kph+ club
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  • Drives: too many cars for one ass
Farking Hell - Now I do feel like a complete Bogan!!!!!    :sadnana:

But you'll always be MY bogan!!!
You make something idiotproof, they'll make a better idiot.



Offline fivesix


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Offline fivesix


  • Joined: Jun 2007

  • Location: TMBA / BNE / MEL
Of course, those kind of activities would be the exception. If I lift things, be around the house, in the gym, etc - no watch at all. I wear mine daily but I don't abuse them.

Yeah, hence why I never wear them to work here.
I am thinking of getting an Aquaracer as a work watch, because if I am up on the shelves or around machinery, accidents happen...


*edit*
Mind you, I expected you to be as fastidious as you are with your cars?




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