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Thread: which watch should i buy? please answer
Post by: jmallonee(34807)
2005-11-03 22:07:32
this is the patek

this is the rolex,

this is the omega

or do you know of a better watch that i might not have considered, money is obviously not a consideration
Post by: the n3w era(30824)
2005-11-03 22:11:30
Hmm, the rolex looks better, the omega looks more pratical.

My Adivce - Buy them both! wear the omega one normally and the rolex on special occaisions
Post by: Limerick(56750)
2005-11-03 22:34:47
Buy neither-you materialist capitalist pig. Give your money to charity.
Post by: jmallonee(34807)
2005-11-03 22:38:25
Limerick(56750) I honestly think it's better to enjoy the finer things in life than to go around calling people names like you do,
Post by: Crosson(37742)
2005-11-04 07:15:03
honestly, if the rolex was in blue, then i'd say go for it. In green, it just looks a little odd. So, I'd say go for the Omega.

Or you could go with practical and get a Timex Ironman =)
Post by: BubbaG(33460)
2005-11-04 08:53:23
If the Rolex is green only, go with the Omega.

OK since we are on the subject which should I buy


Post by: Dalvian(38356)
2005-11-04 09:08:30
I don't wear watches and don't care much for "the finer things in life"

That being said I really like the color in the omega. It compliments the rest of the watch very nicely. Both of them look like qaulity merchandise.
Post by: Raving Druids(21385)
2005-11-04 09:41:25
If money is not a consideration, why not try a quality time piece instead of that cheap tat.

Patek Philippe, for example.
Post by: bear88(119403)
2005-11-04 11:28:58
Why don't you save your money and buy a Timex or Seiko and then you can use the rest of your $$ to go on a trip and spend less time on this forum site asking dumb questions.
Post by: jmallonee(34807)
2005-11-04 11:39:42
i looked at the Patek Philippe and although they look like a very high end watch they just didnt have a style that i liked, to bad though, i think they are a superior watch, they just seem to lack style
Post by: jmallonee(34807)
2005-11-04 14:03:48
bear88(119403)why don't you make some money so you can go on a trip instead of making unwanted comments on this forum, oh yea, you probaly dont know how to make any serious money which would explain your bad manners,
Post by: Limerick(56750)
2005-11-04 20:43:22
shut up you arrogant, ignorant sod, I got an idea, buy both watches then shove 'em up your arse, you silver-spoon ponce.
Post by: jmallonee(34807)
2005-11-04 23:06:51
Limerick(56750) I find your post's Humorous :D thanks
Post by: Raving Druids(21385)
2005-11-05 08:47:47
Trouble with Rolex or Omega is that any Chav can own the same thing for a fiver down the market....aint no one gonna do a copy of a Patek ;-)
Post by: Limerick(56750)
2005-11-09 19:44:07
I got a question: does anyone give a shit what you buy?
Post by: jmallonee(34807)
2005-11-09 22:20:45
Limerick(56750)Your life must be miserable if all you have time to do is go on the forum and make negative remarks on other peoples posts, I do pity you, I bet you are a real downer to everyone around you, if you spent all that negative energy on something positive I am sure you would be much happier, I am sorry for you that your life is that bad, However, your post's won't stop me from making post's, threads, or enjoying the finer things in life. you are just upset that I have money and you do not. get some motivation, do something with your life, it's too short to waste it on being rude, learn to make some money and do something instead of always whining and complaining. there was a phrase coined, and it fits you here it is, "Limerick(56750) It is Better to keep your mouth closed and be thought a fool than to open it and remove all doubt"
Post by: Limerick(56750)
2005-11-10 01:50:22
Eat me, you wastrel, maybe the next time you should think twice about asking a Marxist what rolex you should buy. Whether you have money or not is of no concern to me, I just think you're a complete materialist.

Oh, and one last thing, try to learn a bit about punctuation the next time. Your posts are nigh on indecipherable.
Post by: jmallonee(34807)
2005-11-10 02:35:08
I have made my decision, I shall buy all three, that way i can wear them on different occasions. thanks for everyones input.
Post by: smoke(126548)
2005-11-12 05:06:52
Which shall I buy..


Please help ASAP. thanks!
Post by: jmallonee(34807)
2005-11-12 05:12:26
Im my Opinion you should get barbie of swan lake which is the smaller one to the left.
Post by: smoke(126548)
2005-11-12 05:14:56
Thanks for your valuble input Blinky.. your generosity as been recorded. :)
Post by: BubbaG(33460)
2005-11-12 07:49:24
I've always favored Lavender

Oh wait!!! They both are Lavender!!!

Ok go with the Brunette
Post by: Version 1(26732)
2005-11-14 19:38:05
Limerick, you rock.
Post by: jmallonee(34807)
2005-11-14 21:54:31
I just think it is very sad that matt hardy ver. 1 cant let things die, always wanting to keep our feud going, but, what can you exect from a child, it makes me laugh really. like a parent would at a little child that thinks they have things figured out and that they are going to get married and go out get a job and buy a house at the age of five. I hope matt hardy ver.1 keeps posting, I enjoy seeing his post's, lol
Post by: Version 1(26732)
2005-11-14 22:16:34
I would consider investing in an education. Might help others understand your posts better.
Post by: jmallonee(34807)
2005-11-14 22:25:36
Thanks for your advice matt :o)
Post by: mael(88584)
2005-12-31 05:09:43
Dang...late again..story of my life ;)) My 0.02$ anyway

I have a Rolex (gift) it keeps terrible time and i NEVER wear it, besides which everyone else i see flashing thiers about drives a used Saab, likes animal pattern upholstry, gold teeth,Hennessy, and Swisher Sweets..my Field & Stream pocket watch is vastly superior, also a gift.
Post by: W0lfpack(162005)
2006-01-18 02:57:14
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