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    Quote Originally Posted by andy tims View Post
    That’s the only gold Rolex I really want.
    +1 I have to agree!!

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    ***Sits in the corner mumbling... “idiots... should’ve listened to old cmcm3 and his seconds hand at 31 observations... say I’m weird for noticing... I’ll show them... I’ll show them all...”***

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmcm3 View Post
    ***Sits in the corner mumbling... “idiots... should’ve listened to old cmcm3 and his seconds hand at 31 observations... say I’m weird for noticing... I’ll show them... I’ll show them all...”***
    Well done you. Strangely, I still have a doubt over the OP’s story, not your deductions. Need to put a finger on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael.jaye View Post




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    That's just beautiful. This thread has made me start lusting after a day date again. Sadly not on the cards anytime soon

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    What are you doubting now please? What needs to be said to be accepted please? Is this some sort of weird cult?! Lol.


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    Well done. My apologies.
    'Against stupidity, the gods themselves struggle in vain' - Schiller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyman View Post
    Well done you. Strangely, I still have a doubt over the OP’s story, not your deductions. Need to put a finger on that.

    What are you doubting now please? What needs to be said to be accepted please? Is this some sort of weird cult?! Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie88888 View Post
    What are you doubting now please? What needs to be said to be accepted please? Is this some sort of weird cult?! Lol.


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    No, SC will tell in due course. Night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyman View Post
    No, SC will tell in due course. Night.
    Night mate. Don't forget to take your paranoia meds!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie88888 View Post
    Is this some sort of weird cult?! Lol.
    TBH, yes! It does feel a bit strange at times. I can see why any member might want to ‘validate’ a new members motives though. These are very expensive, in demand, watches and some have been stung recently.

    You don’t seem like the sort to take this too much to heart though and you’ll most likely build up a valid profile over time. I did say in your introduction that the R word can throw up some ‘interesting’ threads.

    As an aside, I have to say your own watch isn’t really my cup of tea but seeing as I don’t own anything like it, I can’t really say much. There are certainly some stunners in this thread though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NCC66 View Post
    TBH, yes! It does feel a bit strange at times. I can see why any member might want to ‘validate’ a new members motives though. These are very expensive, in demand, watches and some have been stung recently.

    You don’t seem like the sort to take this too much to heart though and you’ll most likely build up a valid profile over time. I did say in your introduction that the R word can throw up some ‘interesting’ threads.

    As an aside, I have to say your own watch isn’t really my cup of tea but seeing as I don’t own anything like it, I can’t really say much. There are certainly some stunners in this thread though.


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    That's absolutely fine. I can appreciate that. Its not your cup of tea - that's also absolutely fine. At the end of the day I started a thread about gold watches because gold watches are my cup of tea.

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    Any FULL Gold ROLEX Owners? Show Us Your Treasure!!

    Cookie, a word of friendly advice - you’ll need to curb the language. There are no moderators here and the boss doesn’t have too many rules, but he does insist that we keep it clean in Watch Talk....

    I’m referring to your Archie Luxury quote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint-Just View Post
    Well done. My apologies.

    No worries mate. Appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by mycroft View Post
    Cookie, a word of friendly advice - you’ll need to curb the language. There are no moderators here and the boss doesn’t have too many rules, but he does insist that we keep it clean in Watch Talk....

    I’m referring to your Archie Luxury quote.

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    Cheers Simon. Thanks for the heads up. I am not a guy who often uses bad language so I should be fine. Cheers though

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    Nice watch cookie 👍 and welcome to the forum


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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie88888 View Post
    That's absolutely fine. I can appreciate that. Its not your cup of tea - that's also absolutely fine. At the end of the day I started a thread about gold watches because gold watches are my cup of tea.
    Okay, if it makes you happy I'll reword my comments to 'not my cup of tea'.

    If you title a thread 'Show Us Your Treasure!!' you might expect some to assume it to be a light hearted thread as watches aren't really treasure. And shiver me timbers, ye have certainly nailed the tropes.

    Sorry if I offended your sensibilities.
    My old clock used to tell the time and subdivide diurnity; but now it's lost both hands and chime and only tells eternity. PH

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbomolwi View Post
    Nice watch cookie  and welcome to the forum

    THANK YOU! You have breathed some hope into me that there are some respectful guys about......and my apologies that you had to read through all of this thread lol!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Curta View Post
    Okay, if it makes you happy I'll reword my comments to 'not my cup of tea'.

    If you title a thread 'Show Us Your Treasure!!' you might expect some to assume it to be a light hearted thread as watches aren't really treasure. And shiver me timbers, ye have certainly nailed the tropes.

    Sorry if I offended your sensibilities.
    No worries mate. It was all said in jest. Be a good read for people to pass the lockdown time! No hard feelings. I couldn't care less what people think about my watch really - the only thing that ever so slightly got me is the lack of acceptance. Felt like the new kid at school haha. No dramas

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie88888 View Post
    No worries mate. It was all said in jest. Be a good read for people to pass the lockdown time! No hard feelings. I couldn't care less what people think about my watch really - the only thing that ever so slightly got me is the lack of acceptance. Felt like the new kid at school haha. No dramas
    It takes a while to get accepted, and some things are simply not tolerated.

    You seem to be a fairly prolific poster over on Replica Watch Info. This is likely to damage your credibility.

    https://forum.replica-watch.info/for...58#post8764458
    My old clock used to tell the time and subdivide diurnity; but now it's lost both hands and chime and only tells eternity. PH

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    Fair play to the OP. I was chucking to myself reading this thread but he delivered.

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    What the hell is this TZUK or that bland, anodyne, featureless, trite, characterless desert of mediocrity that is TRF?

    "My mother always said..." God, spare me the clichéd homilies.

    Matthew's a gent for changing his wording but in my view the reason this forum stands out, is that it's a haven of free speech. Somebody thinks and says your watch is ugly, flawed, cheap, too expensive, wrong for you, wrong for them - so what!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkpw View Post
    What the hell is this TZUK or that bland, anodyne, featureless, trite, characterless desert of mediocrity that is TRF?

    "My mother always said..." God, spare me the clichéd homilies.

    Matthew's a gent for changing his wording but in my view the reason this forum stands out, is that it's a haven of free speech. Somebody thinks and says your watch is ugly, flawed, cheap, too expensive, wrong for you, wrong for them - so what!
    I may have spoken too soon.

    https://forum.replica-watch.info/for...58#post8764458
    My old clock used to tell the time and subdivide diurnity; but now it's lost both hands and chime and only tells eternity. PH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Curta View Post

    So is it a real gold, fake Rolex, or not even real gold?

    I can't view that forum because of the Adblocker I've just installed & I can't be arsed amending the settings.
    Last edited by andy tims; 13th April 2020 at 23:01.
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    Any FULL Gold ROLEX Owners? Show Us Your Treasure!!

    Aah, so the OP does own the watch... but it’s a fake.

    I don’t see a lengthy membership here in your future, cookie...

    Simon
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    Well, that’s one sad individual.
    Got a new watch, divers watch it is, had to drown the bastard to get it!

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    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/164125646334

    Looks like the Sub sold on eBay. I hope for the buyer's sake it's real.

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/164125980057

    Same with the DateJust.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie88888 View Post
    I couldn't care less what people think about my watch really...
    That's probably just as well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Holsterman View Post
    I can't wear gold, for religious reasons, but I have this:

    Lovely watch, sir!

    Out of interest, and of course you needn't tell me if you're not comfortable doing so, which religion prevents you wearing gold and what's the reason for it? I didn't know there were religions that specified natural products you cannot use. Genuine question with no judgement - I'm just interested!

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    I don't know if it is Holsterman's case, but Islam prohibits men from wearing gold, as far as I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonK View Post
    I don't know if it is Holsterman's case, but Islam prohibits men from wearing gold, as far as I know.
    Gold and also pure silk I believe also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tobywatches View Post
    Lovely watch, sir!

    Out of interest, and of course you needn't tell me if you're not comfortable doing so, which religion prevents you wearing gold and what's the reason for it? I didn't know there were religions that specified natural products you cannot use. Genuine question with no judgement - I'm just interested!
    The adornment of gold and silk are the preserve of Muslim women, but not Muslim men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RustyBin5 View Post
    Gold and also pure silk I believe also.
    Yes, but the silk part is quite hard to avoid when buying ties. Thankfully I don't have to wear ties anymore, maybe once or twice per year and not the biggest of deals.
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    Well this thread had been a rollercoaster read before bed.

    Will see what has developed by breakfast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by learningtofly View Post
    Good for you, and I wish I could say the same
    Thank you. It was big wake-up call back then which forced us to evaluate what was and wasn't really worth worrying about, otherwise we'd have not been able to support the family through difficult times. We received a lot of help, including from a couple of amazing members here who have gone on to become good friends. Of course we do still become disquieted by some turns of events and on key dates, but now the stress feels within control.

    I hope that you can find a way to deal with any anxieties, there's no universal solution but I'm happy to share what works for me by PM.
    My old clock used to tell the time and subdivide diurnity; but now it's lost both hands and chime and only tells eternity. PH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Curta View Post
    Thank you. It was big wake-up call back then which forced us to evaluate what was and wasn't really worth worrying about, otherwise we'd have not been able to support the family through difficult times. We received a lot of help, including from a couple of amazing members here who have gone on to become good friends. Of course we do still become disquieted by some turns of events and on key dates, but now the stress feels within control.I hope that you can find a way to deal with any anxieties, there's no universal solution but I'm happy to share what works for me by PM.
    That’s a kind offer, thank you, and one I might take you up on. Life can certainly be a bit rocky at times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie88888 View Post
    As Paul pluta would say on the archieluxury YouTube Chanel -

    “Nasty, nasty phh*******s”

    To all;
    Wear your “pulled trigger”, “treasured”, “stunning timepiece” watches “in good health” and above all.............never judge a book by its cover.

    Stay safe all. Looking forward to making some friends on the forum soon.


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    lol bummer lol
    Last edited by bobbee; 14th April 2020 at 10:43.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boring_sandwich View Post
    Sadly looks like that’s the watch he is talking about on the replica forum. https://forum.replica-watch.info/for...perts-stand-by

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    Hopefully he will be gone before long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie88888 View Post
    Anyway, it’s dinner time and there is a lot of words that need eating up. @MrCurta, you hungry? Nom nom nom.
    Just about to have breakfast. Nom nom nom.
    My old clock used to tell the time and subdivide diurnity; but now it's lost both hands and chime and only tells eternity. PH

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    Oh dear... reverse mic drop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Curta View Post
    Just about to have breakfast. Nom nom nom.
    Actually laughed out loud .

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    Quote Originally Posted by TKH View Post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Curta View Post
    Just about to have breakfast. Nom nom nom.
    As I highly doubt you smoke weed and it's too early to drink, the ability to generate humour this early must be a reason why any stress and anxiety is kept at bay

    Edit to add relevance - a platinum DD Rolex will be my old man's watch. Oh wait only gold rolex allowed on this thread. Oh well, screw the relevance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralphy View Post
    The adornment of gold and silk are the preserve of Muslim women, but not Muslim men.

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