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  1. #3081
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    Yes - I like it, very stylish. And Timex are (or used to be) "So on trend". My first watch was a Timex.
    Barry

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    a lovely example that roy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    a lovely example that roy.
    Great value for money the Orients as are Steeldives


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    Two options for the day ahead (although I'll probably end up wearing something completely different )

    Bit of bed shopping (aren't they expensive!), trying to cut a deal on a Hypnos, might have lunch out, then seeing a man about some bespoke wardrobes.




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    My Dad would drag me and my brothers to Football games from a young age.

    He always advised me to be unbiased. Thus we watched my Coventry City against Brian Clough's Nottingham Forest.

    I found the game confusing. Couldn't tell one Forest player from another. They all looked exactly the same.

    Turn's out Brian Clough sent the whole team to the same Barber,

    He had no time for individuality, it's all about the Team. And winning.

    Anywhoo, what Dad pointed out to me at Half-Time, was Nigel Clough of Forest had an excellent first touch. No, I am a bit vague on first touch myself. But it's about control.

    Back on-topic, I did predict 2-1 to England here. Quite honestly we might toss a coin on England vs. Italy.


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    But my 6-1 bet on the Macaronis is looking good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by system7 View Post
    My Dad would drag me and my brothers to Football games from a young age.

    He always advised me to be unbiased. Thus we watched my Coventry City against Brian Clough's Nottingham Forest.

    I found the game confusing. Couldn't tell one Forest player from another. They all looked exactly the same.

    Turn's out Brian Clough sent the whole team to the same Barber,

    He had no time for individuality, it's all about the Team. And winning.

    Anywhoo, what Dad pointed out to me at Half-Time, was Nigel Clough of Forest had an excellent first touch. No, I am a bit vague on first touch myself. But it's about control.

    Back on-topic, I did predict 2-1 to England here. Quite honestly we might toss a coin on England vs. Italy.


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    But my 6-1 bet on the Macaronis is looking good.
    Good story & COME ON ENGLAND!

    But perhaps better on the footy thread?

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    A fair point, well made.

    Don't know how that happened.

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    Chap is not dressed without a wristwatch, IMO.

    But has anyone noticed, as I have, that batteries only last 2 years now. They used to last 5 years.

    I suspect a conspiracy to defraud the Public. FWIW, Rotary and Ben Sherman here.

    Wristwatches Rotary and Ben Sherman.jpg

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