Does a 90mm watch count as a weapon?

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Does a 90mm watch count as a weapon?

Post by biglove » March 27th 2019, 3:20pm

I present the Musk MR2129.

Article from a few years a back.

https://www.ablogtowatch.com/think-you- ... d-to-miss/

90mm DIAL. Yes, dial

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Re: Does a 90mm watch count as a weapon?

Post by biglove » March 27th 2019, 4:47pm

1.5 pounds of bespoke timepiece in a classic colourway with a stunningly accurate crystal engine.

Hell, I would buy one just to keep on my work desk if could score one for $50.
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Re: Does a 90mm watch count as a weapon?

Post by conjurer » March 27th 2019, 8:40pm

JAS1125 wrote:Well, I've tried to convince a few ladies that six inches was a weapon :mrgreen:


TMMLH. It recalls an amusing, although somewhat misogynist, joke:

"I was dating a girl, and one night she asked for twelve inches and make it hurt; so I fucked her three times and punched her in the mouth."
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