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You might be a pocket watch addict...

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You might be a pocket watch addict...

If you pick out just the right pocket watch to wear to a special occasion.

If you find the ticking of a watch soothing instead of annoying.

If you have ever been asked why you need so many pocket watches.

If you've ever had someone comment on how ridiculously heavy your watch is.  (sometimes followed up with "how can you wear that thing?")

If you love it when someone asks you what time it is, because you get to show off your pocket watch.

If you own some pocket watches because they have special meaning to you, but also own some just because they're pocket watches.

If you've ever wished a pocket watch could talk and tell you its history.

If the bigger and heaver, the better.

If you sometimes get up in the morning, and have trouble deciding which pocket watch to wear.

If you feel sorry for people when you see them checking the time on a digital wristwatch.

If you have ever retrieved your pocket watch from your pocket to check the time, when you don't even care what time it is.

If you have ever looked at the speedometer in your car, and thought that it would look a lot nicer with a mint condition, Montgomery dial.

If holding a pocket watch in your hand makes you feel a little better, no matter how bad of a day you've had.

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