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Wearing a watch at night.


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Following " Watch Nevers" and a member posting " Never Wear a Watch at Night" I'd be interested to know who does and who doesn't :yes:

I always wear a watch at night, even those with no lume.  I haven't scratched any and it's handy since the Boz nicked the clock radio ( just took it one day :blind:). 

Night time wearer or not ?

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He's old, Jay...and forgets what he's posted from one week to the next...perhaps you need keep a list of 'posted topics', @RWP to avoid duplication... As I 've also said several times before, noth

You learn something new every day - - I never knew there was a watch called CARNAL - - a little knowlege of which goes a long way!

a big no, its as bad as wearing socks / pants in bed!

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 Usually never wear a watch in bed, Baby Gs can be pretty sore especially if you lie on them!  :taz:  Sometimes wear a Fitbit to track sleep.

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Well, I have to admit I'm one of those weird people who has a watch on at night. It is mostly because I'm used to it and if I don't have one I have a trouble falling asleep. Could I train myself to always take the watch off before bedtime? Of course I could but I haven't found a good enough reason for that yet.

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11 minutes ago, themysterybidder said:

 Usually never wear a watch in bed, Baby Gs can be pretty sore especially if you lie on them!  :taz:  Sometimes wear a Fitbit to track sleep.

Very sorry about your sore watches :whistle:   A quick rub with a soft cloth might help the poor little things :)

I don't have a fiitbit, a stillaliveabit would do me.

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I always wear a watch , in fact a watch is worn practically 24/7 , only time not worn is in shower ( yes even the waterproof one are taken off sad), never bothered me wearing one at night in bed and don't know its there most of the time, and I have a bed side clock so don't need it to tell the time either :laugh: ,

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14 minutes ago, deano1956 said:

I always wear a watch , in fact a watch is worn practically 24/7 , only time not worn is in shower ( yes even the waterproof one are taken off sad), never bothered me wearing one at night in bed and don't know its there most of the time, and I have a bed side clock so don't need it to tell the time either :laugh: ,

deano

I've got one unwashed arm which I keep out of the shower ( mostly) because of watches :whistle:

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Old with bad eyes and can't read my alarm clock so yes - a small Timex with good lume..............cheers p

PS:  Don't ask why on earth I need to know the time in the middle of the nite - I usually have to get up anyway :)

 

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9 hours ago, ABaird3 said:

Strictly analogue watch with no timer function, and running slow, wouldn't want to embarrass ones-self.

"That was quick darling"

"No way, 5 minutes by my watch"

Surely that word should read "fast" ?

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46 minutes ago, JayDeep said:

Pretty sure you've posted about this twice now in my short time here.

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He's old, Jay...and forgets what he's posted from one week to the next...perhaps you need keep a list of 'posted topics', @RWP to avoid duplication...:laugh::laugh:

As I 've also said several times before, nothing for me....wouldn't want to risk scratching my little pirhana's delicate 'lady bits' and getting in serious trouble.:yes:

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Sorry no I have never worn a watch in bed, in fact around tea time I usually take it off, can I ask for those that do is it always the same watch you wear to bed ( take of the watch you are wearing that day and swap them over) or whatever your wearing that day ?

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