Discussion in 'General' started by Pete J, 6 Mar 2011.
Left, since I am left handed so I can see it when writing
Ahh! I'd forgotten about having the face inside or out! Inside the wrist is just wrong unless you are a nurse or are in the military .
Outside the clothing - madness! Having said that, my grandfather wears a band of fabric to stop his watch irritating his skin.
You can freeze a watch?
I wear mine on my left, use to wear it on the right but when i started gigging i found it uncomfortable to play guitar stood for so long with it on my right wrist, so switched to left. Plus i then realised that all the screw adjusters on non digital watches are on the right side, so with a watch on the left wrist you can adjust/wind it easily. But at the moment on my right as i've a cast on my left arm, and i hate it tbh
Left and inside facing (Ex Military), old habits and all that
Mine's on my right wrist (facing out), as I'm a lefty.
Same for me except I keep my watch on when having a poo.
But what? CBA?
Kinda. Only happens with certain watches. I don't know if it's something that's in my or what.
Used my dad's watch for a while and it was fine. But my watch always freezes on me.
Im right handed and its on my right (the watch). Whats the fuss? It doesn't bother me unless im trying to get my whole hand into somewhere....
On my right, facing down... bit of a bitch if you have a nice watch and scratch the facia. Gives me an excuse to spend squidich on watches.
Don't often wear a watch but when I do I wear it on my left. I told to years ago by my Grandad and it has just stuck with me. He probably picked it up in the military like others here.
I have my watch on my left wrist facing out as I am right handed, and I think it looks a bit stupid having your watch facing inwards.
I do take it off all the time though as I hate it a it restricts my movement ever so slightly and it really bugs me. It is all right when I am writing or wearing it at college or town. But if I have to cook, type, build a PC or make something I take it off.
I take it off so much I have now lost it
Now that's just ALL wrong .
Me and my watch. On my right wrist. Pre-septum piercing.
^^ Damn you! Damn you to Hell! *shakes fist in frustration*
On my left, outside of wrist (because I'm a normal right-handed person).
Left wrist facing out. I'm right handed and it just means that the watch gets knocked about less that way.
On the left hand, when I used to wear a watch.
Talking of watches, aren't they a declining trend these days? Don't see many wearing them.
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