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Paul Anilprem
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Stephan van Hulst wrote: I also have very skinny wrists and I think the watch helps make my arms seem more beefy :P

Are you sure that is how your arms look with the watch? I had a friend in college who who used to wear a huge watch and had very skinny arms. We teased him for wearing a "ghantaghar" (clock tower) instead of ghadi (watch)

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Stephan van Hulst
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Hahah that's great. I don't have a huge watch like that :P


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Sumit Bisht wrote:My wristwatch is more handy in finding out time while driving as well as in meetings.


Are there still cars without a clock on the dashboard?

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Ernest Friedman-Hill wrote:
Sumit Bisht wrote:My wristwatch is more handy in finding out time while driving as well as in meetings.


Are there still cars without a clock on the dashboard?

yes


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Ernest Friedman-Hill wrote:... Are there still cars without a clock on the dashboard?

I'm reminded of an early David Letterman episode when he did a segment called, "The Museum of the Hard to Believe." One of the featured items was a car dashboard in which the (analog) clock still worked. Hard to believe...!


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