Sewer watches? Surly they are poop? And don't call me Shirley!

My curiosity sometimes gets the better of me and I walk into this sh*thole of a store on the way to the supermarket.

I've mentioned it in an earlier post about his insane prices.

Literally just piles of garbage for sometimes hundreds of dollars. And he'll say obviously fake stuff is "genuine" whenever I ask the price of something.

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I was gonna get a better photo of the store but the owner lit up a cigarette right next to me within maybe 60 seconds of me walking into the store. (In a store the size of a small bedroom.)

I'm not sure if there are places around the world where that's still fine..? but here it's completely illegal. - And generally also just a "dick move" as the kids say these days.

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Anyways. That's all. Just wanted to show this stupid watch.

What worries me the most is they couldn't even print the letters of their own brand name in a straight line. 馃槀 Is it really that difficult? What did they stamp each letter on by hand? Lol

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Happy weekend everyone.

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Yep, sure looks expensive, might justify his prices too! 馃槀

ToolWatchTom
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Yep, sure looks expensive, might justify his prices too! 馃槀

Lol now I understand.

That is the simpliest version of a Chinese skeleton, that usually goes under the brand name Winner... I got following three models, that I bought at only 7 to 8 euro each (with free shipping) from eBay... But mine ARE actually lovely decoration objekt - mainly because the nice colors and the fact that the golden roman numerals are not just painted, even if the (sometimes automatic) mechanic have zero jewels and might brake after a month... And they cost lately 13 to 22 euros at eBay...

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And that was not my photos, but you can also see them in my watch box!

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That is the simpliest version of a Chinese skeleton, that usually goes under the brand name Winner... I got following three models, that I bought at only 7 to 8 euro each (with free shipping) from eBay... But mine ARE actually lovely decoration objekt - mainly because the nice colors and the fact that the golden roman numerals are not just painted, even if the (sometimes automatic) mechanic have zero jewels and might brake after a month... And they cost lately 13 to 22 euros at eBay...

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And that was not my photos, but you can also see them in my watch box!

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Just so you know much of that is cat and dog skin that's been mislabeled. 馃槬