What does a watch mean to you?

China
June 2, 2009 2:50am CST
Hello Mylottors, I am sure most of you have a watch with you? How did you get that watch? A gift from your friend? You bought it by yourself? A anniversary gift? Anyway, no matter how you get it, what does the watch means to you? Here is a saying " to carry a watch, not just feeling the heavy of the watch itself, also to feel the burden on the shoulder, to feel the importance of time". Do you agree with it? Personally, i have a watch which i bought for myself, i use it watch times.
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@xixi_abby (211)
• Indonesia
4 Jun 09
Hi vivian. of course i have it. i got it from my sister. i wear it every day. it is very important for me. beside for fashion, i feel more relax with watch with me. because i can see the times so i can prepare everything. so i dont late or too early doing something. watch is one of the important thing for me. thank you and have a nice day :)
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• China
4 Jun 09
Hi Xixi, That's good! You are using your watch to show its value!
@bloglog (627)
• Singapore
3 Jun 09
There was a period of time when I did not wear my watch. I used my cellphone to get the time, very convenient. Recently, I used to wear a watch again. I used to collect watches, but currently, I am left with a few watches with me which are workable. Some of the watches I bought them myself, and some were gifts from friends.
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• China
4 Jun 09
Hi Bloglog, My manager likes to collect cell phones and lighters. I think that is a very expensive habit as well. I just envy how much new phones he has in his stock room.
@youless (91494)
• Guangzhou, China
3 Jun 09
I think a watch is a very common thing today. I have watches which were bought by myself or given by others. But I seldom wear a watch today because it's convenient to know the time to day. Watch is not one of the necessary things for me. I love China
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• China
4 Jun 09
Yes, watch to some of the young people meaning fashion. The watch is just a decoration for them. Time itself means nothing to them. lol
• United States
2 Jun 09
I hate wearing a watch, however, in order for me to keep track of my schedule at work I have too. My day is very busy and I have time limits with each resident. I have to adhere to these times constrants in order to have everyone up, dressed, and at breakfast. If I did not, it would put a rather harsh burden on others. I also have a limited time to get my books done at the end of a shift. So, it is necessary to keep my watch close. When taking a pulse or respitory counts I have to have the second hand on my watch. However, I do not wear a watch outside of work usually. I check my cellphone if I need to know the time. Again, even on my days off I have to keep track of my time so I can drop off and pick up my kids. Unfortunately, in our day, every minute counts. Oh, I bought my watch myself.
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• China
3 Jun 09
Hi Wittywriter, It seems you really have a busy day. Watch for you meaning you got to make everythime done right and done good with the limit of time. Taka care of your health is also important.
• United States
9 Jun 09
I bought my watch while I was out of town visiting my grandma in Alabama. Everyone finds it funny how my watch matches the blue cover I have on my phone. Hey what can I say I love the color blue. My watch keeps me notified on the time at work as there are no clocks around. I'm just so used to wearing it that when I'm not, my arm feels naked lol.