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Famous Watch Sayings

Post by koimaster » October 9th 2019, 4:17pm

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Groucho's line:

Either my watch has stopped or this man is dead

Nothing says Swiss like cheese - and nothing says Cheese like Invicta!


.... "with a face that could stop a clock."



"A man with one watch knows what time it is; a man with two watches is never quite sure."


It takes a licking and keeps on ticking.


"I've seen better looking faces on a clock!"

Why do they call a watch a watch? Nobody watches a watch...You look at a watch or may peek at your watch....Why don't they call it a look?

even a broken watch is right twice a day :)

"Time is money....money is time"

“The only reason for time is so that everything doesn't happen at once.”
....Einstein

"He is winding the watch of his wit; by and by it will strike."--William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616), The Tempest, Act II scene 1

''from dream to reality, from the imagination to the wrist'' - Edouard Heuer.

''live every second like you mean it'' - Jean-Christophe Babin

the watch may stop, but time never does!

"My watch doesn't tell the time; you have to read it."

"Pipes are occasionally of extraordinary interest. Nothing has more individuality, save perhaps watches and bootlaces." - SH

You wanna have a good time, you gotta have a good watch.

Another watch quote from "Casablanca":

Rick - "If it's December, 1941 in Casablanca, what time is it in New York?"
Sam - "I...my watch stopped..."
Rick - "I bet they're asleep in New York. I bet they're asleep all over the world! Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world!...She walks into mine..."

- "Casablanca" (1942).

And there's another one in Sherlock Holmes. It's from the opening chapters of "The Sign of Four". Dr. Watson gives Holmes his pocket-watch so that Holmes can practice his deductive analysis on it. I can't find a copy of the chapter, but he manges to determine:

1. The owner was once very wealthy (The watch cost 10 guineas).
2. His fortunes have changed (The watch is old and hasn't been repaired or replaced).
3. It's a family heirloom (Family initials are engraved on it).
4. The man who owned it (Watson's brother) was a drunkard. There are lots of scratch-marks where the winding-key hasn't been properly inserted, which would suggest drunkenness.
"When I am sizing up a potential customer, I always check out his watch."

Documentary on high-end legal prostitution in Nevada, as spoken by the Madam at Bunny Ranch. (no kidding)

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