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Posted 3/2/15 , edited 3/2/15
i dread wearing watches, jewelleries.

not a good idea to wear watches/jewels working in hospitals anyway... increase the likelihood of bacteria contamination etc


i look at clocks on walls, iphone etc.
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I use my iPhone at all times for that kind of stuff.
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I ask other people
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Hairbelly wrote:

You know... I never though I'd give up wearing a watch, but honestly, I just use my phone at the moment. I'll still wear a watch 2-3 times a week, but it's mostly as an accessory.

I have been stalking some of the "smart" watches out there, but atm, I think they look like crap. We'll see what Apple reveals on March 9th.



I bet they'll reveal something that runs out of power in 5 hours.
Posted 3/2/15
Currently. Despite having a watch, i still use my tablet.


I am tempted to buy this clock though. Just to confuse people in my house when they are trying to work out the time
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I use my computer or my pocket watch. I used to wear a wristwatch but my screwed up body made every wristwatch I wear run fast by as much as 30 minutes at a time. No one every could figure out why.
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neugenx wrote:

I use my computer or my pocket watch. I used to wear a wristwatch but my screwed up body made every wristwatch I wear run fast by as much as 30 minutes at a time. No one every could figure out why.


How the hell is that even possible?

Can your wrist control the flow of time?
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itsvesper wrote:


neugenx wrote:

I use my computer or my pocket watch. I used to wear a wristwatch but my screwed up body made every wristwatch I wear run fast by as much as 30 minutes at a time. No one every could figure out why.


How the hell is that even possible?

Can your wrist control the flow of time?


I have lots of health issues that effect my body in weird ways, some genetic. This was actually passed on to be by my Mother's family. Quite a few of them have the same thing happen. My Doctor couldn't figure out why it hapens. He suggested a pocket watch and it worked. As far as he can figure, I can't wear anything electrical that gets in direct contact with my body. He couldn't explain why it did it to gear-controlled watches as well though.
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I use my cell phone.
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Phone or clocks. I never picked up the habit of watch wearing. Blame the grandparents they said we could only wear our watches on sunday when we go to church. By the time I was a teen the allergies showed up so I couldn't keep anything on my wrists, no jewellery either.
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If I'm out of the house, I mainly use my cellphone. Unless, I'm driving, then I use the cars headunit. I use to wear a wristwatch, but my brother borrowed it one day, and broke it, while having "fun" with a lady friend. Just never got around to replacing it.

When I'm at home, I pretty much look at any clock available. Whether it's my alarm clock, phone, laptop, microwave, stove, wall clocks.
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Computer, phone, wall clock and microwave clock. Sometimes even the cable box.
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idk i hear time is the same twice a day
Posted 3/2/15
I have wall clocks in every room in my house. When I'm out, I usually check my phone.
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SilentDrifter wrote:

... I use to wear a wristwatch, but my brother borrowed it one day, and broke it, while having "fun" with a lady friend. Just never got around to replacing it....
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Boggles the mind what your brothers idea of "fun' with a lady friend & a wristwatch is!! I wouldn't be replacing it either, you could start him off on some seriously kinky obsession/addiction!!!


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