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You Know You’re A Watch Guy Or Gal If . . . - Reprise | Quill & Pad

You Know You’re A Watch Guy Or Gal If . . . – Reprise | Quill & Pad

We horophiles are quite special individuals. Also, we have some beautiful remarkable qualities and habits.

In the topic of Jeff Foxworthy and his “you may be a redneck if” schedule, I’d prefer to make somewhat fun of our WIS siblings and sisters just as ourselves.

You know you’re a watch fellow if . . .

. . . you meet somebody interestingly and you understand what watch they’re wearing before you even get their name!

You know you’re a watch fellow if . . .

. . . you’re in a jam-packed climate and you continue to elbow your pal to bring up what watches every other person is wearing!

 You know you’re a watch fellow if . . .

. . . you’re seven feet from Boris Becker at the SIHH and have no clue about what his identity is or why individuals are gathering around him and all at once Kurt Klaus walks around and you surge over request him to sign your most recent duplicate from iW! (Indeed, this really happened to me back in 2004. He thought I was nuts!)

You know you’re a watch fellow if . . .

. . . in the wake of asking your partners which shop they need to set out to toward lunch they answer, “You know, the one near the A. Lange & Söhne store so we can eat immediately then go slobber over certain watches afterward!”

You know you’re a watch fellow if . . .

. . . you pick which outfit you will wear dependent on the watch you’ve decided for the day!

You know you’re a watch fellow if . . .

. . . at the point when you hear the word bed you don’t consider art.

. . . at the point when you hear the word crown you don’t consider regal headwear.

. . . at the point when you hear the word balance you don’t think about a seesaw.

. . . at the point when you hear the word rotor you don’t consider vehicle brakes.

You know you re a watch fellow if . . .

. . . you just purchase belts and shoes that coordinate the ties of your watches!

You know you’re a watch fellow if . . .

. . . you allude to watches by their real reference numbers!

You know you’re a watch fellow if . . .

. . . your watch assortment is worth multiple times more than your car!

You know you’re a watch fellow if . . .

. . . you know the definition and way to express WIS!

You know you’re a watch fellow if . . .

. . . you realize that GTG doesn’t mean “great to go!”

You know you’re a watch fellow if . . . at an eatery you photo everyone’s watches except not the food

While doing a bit of looking around in the Internet, I found a couple of other “You know you’re a watch fellow if . . . ” posts. Here are the absolute best that I found:

You know you’re a watch fellow if . . .

. . . you’re somebody who accepts the Roman numeral 4 is stated “IIII” (posted by Jaeger on TimeZone).

. . . you remove your watch before sex (posted by Randy Cole on TimeZone).

. . . you feel that Ferraris are made by Girard-Perregaux and can’t help thinking about why Porsches are made by such countless various companies (posted by Randy Cole on TimeZone).

. . . you realize how to set each watch at any point made yet have no clue about how to make your VCR show anything beside 12:00 (posted by Randy Cole on TimeZone).

. . . you have a unique UV spotlight to charge your lume (posted by drickster on Watchuseek).

. . . at the point when you come home from get-away, you notice that you have a larger number of photos of your watches than you do of your significant other and children on your camera (posted by Jebs on Watchuseek).

Let me know whether you can think about anything else in the comments!

* This article was first distributed on May 28, 2016 at  You Know You’re A Watch Guy Or Gal If . . .

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