Originally Posted by username11
No, it's relevant, because you respond to every criticism with "well, it's designed that way because of [insert technical/historical usage here
]" which has no bearing on the wearer.
Our conversation has gone something like this:
Me: Oversized flashy watches look bad.. look at that guy, his watch is bigger than his hand.
You: The watches are giant because pilots and divers need to see them!
Me: But that guy is not a pilot, he is sitting behind a desk, he can't even button his shirt cuffs because his watch is so big, and yes.. the watch still looks stupid.
You: The company that made that watch was founded in 1860!! They were instrumental in Italy's efforts in World war II!
Me: What the fuck does that have to do with how the watch looks NOW? Plus that's just about the worst brand heritage you could have this side of Volkswagen.
You: But, but, your arguments are irrelevant!! Does he need to be a pilot to fly a plane to wear a watch that is the size of a plane? He could be wearing a peacoat but not be in the Navy!
Me: WTF dude, nevermind.
We would get along so well...you sarcastic prick. Love it! P.S. Here's how our convo would go:
Me: You can be my wing man anytime!
You: B.S., you can be my wingman!
Me: Makes no shit to me...let's roll with our big flashy watches
[insert music - sippin on sum Starbucks...laid back...with my mind on my big fat wrist watch, and my big watch wrist watch on my mind...]
Seriously though, I am surprised none of you mentioned you like the 201-carat Chopard: $25 million price tag:
Nah...too flashy for me. Not to mention it's not digital.