Even in a space as welcoming as Watch Crunch we encounter the occasional (or not so occasional) poster who carries with them a certain set of biases that color their enthusiasm and collection. I will start with a few and the collective hive mind of WC can finish this field guide.
The Brand Snob: These folks have decided that all of horological history and progress has culminated in this one brand and that any other is beneath acquisition. It is not just Rolex, there are Seiko snobs and Omega Snobs. There are Timex snobs (but see below). The brand can be anywhere in the price spectrum.
The Wealth/Luxury Snob: Did you have your manservant fly to Thunder Bay to procure a baby harp seal pelt to make into a strap for your Vacheron Constantin? Doesn't everyone? Related: the Humble Brag: "my H. Moser & Cie just doesn't pop in fluorescent light, so I always wear my Nautilus in airports."
The Anti-Snob Snob: Have you heard this before: "why would anyone buy a watch for more than $200 (or $500, or $1,000)? The price limit is always theirs not yours. They would have you only drinking 2 Buck Chuck down at the union hall.
The Tool Watch Snob: "Oh, you went to the beach with that on? Don't you even know its ATM rating?" "I only wear the Flieger A Style. It is all about visibility." Blah, blah, blah. Does it tell time?
The Movement Snob: Do you have an opinion whether a Valjoux Cal. 730 was an improvement over the Cal. 726? Should you?
The Photo Snob: Did you buy a camera to take micro shots of your Grand Seiko dial?
There are many more. Which type did I miss?
(Pictured: Honorable Mention awarded by the Committee on Watch Photos and Stuff, "Still Life with Poljot.")