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Just stick to plain and boring Rolex Explorer.
The Catholic choice. You know, we all make a choice in life. We are sentient and therefore depraved. So you either find religion or choose the cuck chair. Here I am on my digital cuck chair while I’m physically at head call (that is, taking a dump for the non-Marines). It’s poignant. The bishop told me a real cuck chair won’t fit in the confession booth.
 

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The Catholic choice. You know, we all make a choice in life. We are sentient and therefore depraved. So you either find religion or choose the cuck chair. Here I am on my digital cuck chair while I’m physically at head call (that is, taking a dump for the non-Marines). It’s poignant. The bishop told me a real cuck chair won’t fit in the confession booth.
It’s also the catholic choice (which is probably not what you meant, but…).
 

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The Catholic choice. You know, we all make a choice in life. We are sentient and therefore depraved. So you either find religion or choose the cuck chair. Here I am on my digital cuck chair while I’m physically at head call (that is, taking a dump for the non-Marines). It’s poignant. The bishop told me a real cuck chair won’t fit in the confession booth.
To climb mountains, you need to leave your comfortable house behind.
 

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It’s also the catholic choice (which is probably not what you meant, but…).
Is that a double entendres? Not sure I get your point. Well anyhow, so here I am again 24 hours later and I stop by the six tree hill Rolex boutique and they’ve got plenty of models on display (only). Wouldn’t even take them out of the case to display within my range of eyesight to read the time. At least I got to try on the IWC. I’m leaning toward purchasing RT now, I think. But I put my name down on the waiting list just in case. The shortest list was a diamond bezel tu-tone 31mm unisex Datejust, which joyfully is probably the right size for me. So I’m gonna roll the dice and wait for the call. Not sure if it’ll be in Nihongo or Eigo, the card didn’t give me a choice. Wish me luck.
 

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Is that a double entendres? Not sure I get your point. Well anyhow, so here I am again 24 hours later and I stop by the six tree hill Rolex boutique and they’ve got plenty of models on display (only). Wouldn’t even take them out of the case to display within my range of eyesight to read the time. At least I got to try on the IWC. I’m leaning toward purchasing RT now, I think. But I put my name down on the waiting list just in case. The shortest list was a diamond bezel tu-tone 31mm unisex Datejust, which joyfully is probably the right size for me. So I’m gonna roll the dice and wait for the call. Not sure if it’ll be in Nihongo or Eigo, the card didn’t give me a choice. Wish me luck.
I just meant that "Catholic" refers to Catholicism, while "catholic" (lower case) does not pertain to the religion, but is an adjective describing someone who is comprehensive and broad-minded.
 

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Taking my dog and sub for a weekend nature walk!
 

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SINN is cheap so no need to lust, try gluttony. There are a few here who have experienced that model.
 

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Now i feel closer to @Dino944 LOL.
Originally bought this for the wife but she just doesn't wear it enough or on consecutive days that i need to wind it for her each time she picks it up.
The crown is so small LOL as this watch is just 35mm.
Guess i will be looking for a quartz model for her.

I always liked the Pasha but at this point in time can't afford the "man" size 41mm.
So i added the links and been wearing this for the past few days.
Love it so much.

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Our FART captain, GeorgeNeville, and VP, OmegaMale, can comfortably wear 44mm plus, so I defer to them.
Indeed, best ask for a foreign opinion - cf search for mountain climbing gear in Ebisu. 地元の人たちは、その要件を想像することさえできません。
 

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