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Do you sleep with your wristwatch?

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Reminds me of that old joke. The wife mentions that although it was wonderful last night, during foreplay she said his ring felt a bit uncomfortable.                                    I took my ring off last night, he replied, I still had my watch on though. 

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On 17/07/2021 at 13:00, rolexgirl said:

I wish you wouldn't wear a watch in bed, you have caught them in my hair, scratched me with a bracelet and banged me on the head while you were asleep :taz:

Have you not mentioned this to him before? He may have been pretending to be asleep when he did all this. :whistle:

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Ive noticed very consistently if I sleep with a watch on I have a worse sleep. If I get up for a pee I pay attention to the time with a watch on, and how well it is glowing. It keeps me more focused and has a significant effect sometimes seeing every hour. So I generally sleep without one unless I am reaquanting myself with its lume capabilities.


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A lightweight watch wiith a rubber strap i can do, but only do it sometimes. I notice a stainless steel bracelet too much. I do always sleep with my fitbit on to track my sleep, but its only a small one on an elasticated material strap, so again i barely notice it.

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1 hour ago, Bricey said:

@yokel in modern parlance, probably best not to use an emoji entitled "confused" when someone suggests I want to sleep with you!?

Or maybe it is fine, I'm not judging!


Open minded on your proclivities my friend, but nevertheless confused :tongue:

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