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    Does this bother you ?

    Well does it ?

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    It doesn't bother me in the slightest
    (Those for whom it does will surely pipe up though, if you don't pipe up or are going 'huh?' , then it doesn't bother you)

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    I know what is is that you're saying is supposed to bother me, but it doesn't bother me - so does that mean it bothers me or not?

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    It only bothers you if you bother to reply so I think it bothers you ........................... not

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    it bothers me that i don't know what should bother me...

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    No.

    If the bezel was "stuck" in those positions then that would bother me

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    It bothers me if I have a watch where I can't reset the bezel exactly to 0
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    Yes. But not for the reason you think

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    On my own watch it would.

    But in a photo I can just tell myself ' Well they must just be timing something while they took the photo'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steppy View Post
    No.

    If the bezel was "stuck" in those positions then that would bother me
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    It bothers me if I have a watch where I can't reset the bezel exactly to 0
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    On my own watch it would.

    But in a photo I can just tell myself ' Well they must just be timing something while they took the photo'.
    *Smacks forehead*

    Whoops! I thought the fact they weren't Seikos was supposed to bother me!

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    No, I time stuff all the time with mine and don't reset them immediately. I usually do when I clean them, put them away, am just playing with them etc..

    It used to bother me, 'till I realised how useful diving bezels are.
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