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here you go fellas!
http://www.styleforum.net/t/36253/the-watch-p0rn-thread/14780_20#post_5844328
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peeb - i too would like to hit the 5 digits one day. maybe a patek some day. smile.gif
WEAR YO TIME PIECE PROUDLY!!!
Congrats! Will you keep the waistband or interchange it? Not my favorite style of watch but definitely deserves its spot. Enjoy and treat it well! wink.gif
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Sweet watch, Stichele...and a happy birthday to Mrs. P.
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got a new watch and im happier than can be. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by b1os View Post

Congrats! Will you keep the waistband or interchange it? Not my favorite style of watch but definitely deserves its spot. Enjoy and treat it well! wink.gif

fanks. i will keep the honey strap. i loves it.
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Sweet watch, Stichele...and a happy birthday to Mrs. P.

why thanks, alter.
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Nice watch, Stitchy! A couple weeks ago I was sitting next to a guy on the plane who was wearing the same watch. He paired it very nicely with dad jeans vintage 1995 and a golf shirt.

I'm the worst person in the world for detecting this, but I think the cashier at Petco flirts with me every time I see her. Today she said "It makes me happy when you come to the store." She also said "You're awesome."
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thanks, l'inc!
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Nice watch, Stitchy! A couple weeks ago I was sitting next to a guy on the plane who was wearing the same watch. He paired it very nicely with dad jeans vintage 1995 and a golf shirt.
I'm the worst person in the world for detecting this, but I think the cashier at Petco flirts with me every time I see her. Today she said "It makes me happy when you come to the store." She also said "You're awesome."

Yes, she's flirting with you.
post #25418 of 45301
Great watch, IS.

Making me happy is my 14 hour day this week is done, I plan to leave early today and tomorrow, and am taking Friday off to spend with Mrs. Piob.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Great watch, IS.
Making me happy is my 14 hour day this week is done, I plan to leave early today and tomorrow, and am taking Friday off to spend with Mrs. Piob.

thank you kindly, piob. glad your day is done. enjoy the time with the mrs on her special day.
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So far, the Wolfe book is good.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

here you go fellas!
http://www.styleforum.net/t/36253/the-watch-p0rn-thread/14780_20#post_5844328
fing02[1].gif
peeb - i too would like to hit the 5 digits one day. maybe a patek some day. smile.gif
WEAR YO TIME PIECE PROUDLY!!!

lovely, stitchy.... I was just telling a friend that I think I need another panny... (maybe a radiomir)
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So far, the Wolfe book is good.

whatever happened to your interview? any link? transcript?

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making me happy today... I'm gonna get off work in a while, and head down the old cemetery. I had a brother who died when he was a newborn- that was 26 years ago, and somehow I find myself still going there at least once a year. I never really saw the old bugger, he was placed in ic when he was born, but I do remember feeling depressingly sad about it, and I've lost family before and after that and somehow this sibling who I didn't even see seems to have the biggest impact in my life it also felt like that summer he died was a summer where I grew up and/or made decisions that changed a lot about my life. anyway, I'm going there to clean and repaint the tombstone... I should probably get a beer and smoke too.
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Taverns, Lounges and Clubs on the Cooking channel. Sandra Lee is a complete alcoholic. How do they allow her on TV? This is fantastic.
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lovely, stitchy.... I was just telling a friend that I think I need another panny... (maybe a radiomir)
whatever happened to your interview? any link? transcript?
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making me happy today... I'm gonna get off work in a while, and head down the old cemetery. I had a brother who died when he was a newborn- that was 26 years ago, and somehow I find myself still going there at least once a year. I never really saw the old bugger, he was placed in ic when he was born, but I do remember feeling depressingly sad about it, and I've lost family before and after that and somehow this sibling who I didn't even see seems to have the biggest impact in my life it also felt like that summer he died was a summer where I grew up and/or made decisions that changed a lot about my life. anyway, I'm going there to clean and repaint the tombstone... I should probably get a beer and smoke too.

It's interesting to me that you put that in the Happy thread. I've never had a similar experience, so it's not easy for me to relate. But I find it really touching.
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^ kid's dead for 26 years. I'm over it. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by acidboy View Post

lovely, stitchy.... I was just telling a friend that I think I need another panny... (maybe a radiomir)
whatever happened to your interview? any link? transcript?
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making me happy today... I'm gonna get off work in a while, and head down the old cemetery. I had a brother who died when he was a newborn- that was 26 years ago, and somehow I find myself still going there at least once a year. I never really saw the old bugger, he was placed in ic when he was born, but I do remember feeling depressingly sad about it, and I've lost family before and after that and somehow this sibling who I didn't even see seems to have the biggest impact in my life it also felt like that summer he died was a summer where I grew up and/or made decisions that changed a lot about my life. anyway, I'm going there to clean and repaint the tombstone... I should probably get a beer and smoke too.

1. thanks!! what panny you have now?

2. +1, was wondering the same.

3. that is somber, but very touching. really great that you do that.
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