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    WRUW - THU 26th Dec' 2019

    Have a great day everybody!

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    I feel save here and enjoy it... it run as great as my other Seiko..
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    Have a great day, especially if you are with family.

    Normal work day here. Back with Big Blue.

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    I'd Schwarzkopf it daily, except I couldn't be bothered with the inevitable explanations...

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    Happy Boxing Day to our Canadian friends (is it a thing in England too? not here in US so much).
    Zelos Horizons meteorite here

    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skywatch View Post
    Happy Boxing Day to our Canadian friends (is it a thing in England too? not here in US so much).
    Zelos Horizons meteorite here

    Absolutely gorgeous! Love that dial.
    I'm wearing a "holiday watch" (no date, handwound) - my Unitas-powered no name "Sub Second":
    Cheers, Sedi

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    Yes, Boxing Day here too :-)
    My mum does Boxing Day minestrone, with Xmas dinner leftovers & noodles
    Just the thing for a dreary grey day
    It's the final countdown! PM me before they're all gone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skywatch View Post
    Happy Boxing Day to our Canadian friends (is it a thing in England too? not here in US so much).
    Zelos Horizons meteorite here

    I think it started in England, still a bank holiday (national vacation day) here iirc. Although lots of shops are open these days as we inexorably turn more and more into another part of the US!
    Happily wearing my American nicknamed watch though. Or should that be Austrian? Difficult to say these days.

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    well it's a funny one as the 26th and the 27th are to do with st Stephen's day . 26th if latin or eastern christians the 27th.

    but boxing day come's from when servants was given a box from their masters on the day after Christmas like a Christmas bonus and was also given a day off to visit their family's

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