Australian Members - Part II - if you read the first post, you'll get what this is all about. - Page 200
Sadly it's the face which is too big @sliq, came on black leather too, definitely nice looking.
^Yeah, joke's getting a bit grating.
edit: Thanks for the Sri Lankan food recommendations, ended up to going to Araliya with a group of friends and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
Edited by akclothpooper - 9/25/16 at 3:02am
Birth year- I have been unsuccessful in many businesses ventures. And it's difficult when you are near bankrupt and you tend to believe in fortune telling and all sorts of voodoo stuffs. My first hand experience with believing these sorts of things make things worse (for me). So the last time I sold off my small business at next to nothing, I promised myself not to believe/ follow any sort of voodoo, gimmicks. That includes not reading daily horoscope (even for fun). Birth year watch/car/wine is possibly not gimmicks, but how can One relate to them ?
Hopefully, your financial position has improved, otherwise you really shouldn't be thinking of spending some thousands of dollars on a watch...
Coincidentally, I went to the same high school as "Archie Luxury", although he was a couple of years ahead of me.
As far as I was aware, he was working as an accountant but, when reading a newspaper a couple of years ago, I saw his real name mentioned in an article about spotting fake luxury goods as he apparently holds himself out as an expert in identifying real or fake Louis Vuitton products. A quick search of his name brought up the Archie website... very peculiar.
Here's an interview that may or may not shed more light on him: http://www.wristtimes.com/blog-1/2014/6/4/wrist-time-profile-archie-luxury-the-beast-of-brisbane