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the chicest way to tell the time

PostPosted: January 12th 2018, 5:19pm
by koimaster
As a general rule, new technology is always better technology when it comes to sales- a fact proven by the thousands who queued up to buy the new £1000 iPhone last week.

By that logic, the wrist watch should have long been redundant. Why add an hour by hand when your phone will automatically note daylight savings, or switch time zones when you step off a flight? Should you want to wear something on your wrist, ‘smart watches’ will count your steps, check your emails, remind you of your mother’s birthday. But do you really want them to?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/fashion/styl ... tell-time/

Re: the chicest way to tell the time

PostPosted: January 12th 2018, 5:32pm
by conjurer
I wouldn't mind a tugjob from Pandora Sykes.

Re: the chicest way to tell the time

PostPosted: January 12th 2018, 5:46pm
by biglove
conjurer wrote:I wouldn't mind a tugjob from Pandora Sykes.


She has pointy knees, not that there is anything wrong with that. Just have to be careful...

Re: the chicest way to tell the time

PostPosted: January 12th 2018, 6:00pm
by conjurer
biglove wrote:
conjurer wrote:I wouldn't mind a tugjob from Pandora Sykes.


She has pointy knees, not that there is anything wrong with that. Just have to be careful...


That's why I want one off her wrist. Get that Oyster wound up real fast.

Re: the chicest way to tell the time

PostPosted: January 12th 2018, 6:48pm
by TemerityB
conjurer wrote:I wouldn't mind a tugjob from Pandora Sykes.


I'm so hard up for action, I'd take even Wanda Sykes.

Re: the chicest way to tell the time

PostPosted: January 12th 2018, 8:02pm
by biglove
TemerityB wrote:
conjurer wrote:I wouldn't mind a tugjob from Pandora Sykes.


I'm so hard up for action, I'd take even Wanda Sykes.


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