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13th Dec 2004, 10:43
Big "pilot's watches" seem to be the "in" thing nowadays. What decorates the wrists of you real aviators?

Solid Rust Twotter
13th Dec 2004, 10:46
Blondes with big bo......... Ooh, er missus!

I know, I know...coat, door...:(

13th Dec 2004, 10:55
What?? AGAIN????!!!!

Well, it's still the CASIO, water resistant to 50m model, on it's 4th strap and second battery.
And it tells the time! :ok: :ok:

13th Dec 2004, 10:56
This (http://www.pprune.org/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=123174) might be of interest.

13th Dec 2004, 11:02
See? A is Dum has one of those too! :} :uhoh:

tall and tasty
13th Dec 2004, 11:17
Well the other half used to have a tall blond!

Now he only has a very very expensive Big shiny one to adorn his arm! :yuk:


13th Dec 2004, 12:00
More interestingly, what watches do the soldiers of the Black Watch wear ??

The Invisible Cat
13th Dec 2004, 12:01
See? A is Dum has one of those too!How strange :suspect: :}

Capt L
13th Dec 2004, 13:04
Personally I have my good old everyday watch that was given to me by my folks, and it's still going strong!!!

13th Dec 2004, 14:00
Why should real pilots need to wear watches these days?! The instrument panel on the cheapest Ford has an accurate clock... :8 :E

The Invisible Man
13th Dec 2004, 15:00
Not worn a watch for almost two years....

I think your mind and body become accustomed to the time of day without refering to the thing on your arm ( no not Mrs TIM!!).

Go on test me... ask me the time.

13th Dec 2004, 15:05
What time is it here, TIM? :}

The Invisible Man
13th Dec 2004, 15:07
Here in Cheshire it must be

9-30 am

Go on tell me... how close is that eh???

13th Dec 2004, 15:10
I think your mind and body become accustomed to the time of day

What about for summer time?

The Invisible Man
13th Dec 2004, 15:16
In the fashion of " Little Britain"

Yeah but, no but, yeah but, no but, yeah....

It takes a week or so to adjust to BST.

Question about time,

Those Ppruners who live on, or around an international date line..... do you or can you exploit the time difference for being late for work or early home?

The time at the third stroke is.... 15-15 and 30 seconds

beep beep beep.


13th Dec 2004, 15:17
Computer says no.................

13th Dec 2004, 15:28
Isn't being invisible enough?! :mad: You want to control time too...?! ;)

Uhmmm, sorry, er, God...I didn't realise it was You!

The Invisible Man
13th Dec 2004, 16:03
You flippin hexagonad

I never mentioned controlling time... but what an idea:E


Computer wrong.... did you allow for time posting, rotation of earth, and your time to read???

Will try again....

The time at the 3rd stroke will be

16-04 beep beep beep

13th Dec 2004, 16:05
(looks again)

Computer says no.......................

tall and tasty
13th Dec 2004, 16:05
The Invisible Man

can't be because you posted at 1603



The Invisible Man
13th Dec 2004, 16:07
Come on guys and gals,

This is all done without the aid of a safety net or watch.....

I can be little bit wrong:{


13th Dec 2004, 16:15
:E :E :E

Vlad the Impaler
13th Dec 2004, 18:50
Time flies like knives.

Fruit flies like bananas.
:E :E :E :E :E