Now, over the past few years I like all things camo.
So I went to this sportsman's warehouse, and what did I spy with my little eye?
You guessed it, a camo watch.
And it wasn't even that expensive.
So I had this one watch, and the strap broke.
So I went to the shop to get a new strap, only to discover the strap costs more than a new watch.
So, being the dutiful capitalist that I am, I bought another watch.
To be brief, currently I have three camo watches.
One on my wrist, one in the drawer and one on my shelf.
And I could swear, around every hour they communicate.
No really, these things are worse than Furbies!
Beep, beep - it's five minutes to the hour.
Beep, beep - it's probably on the hour.
And then "beep, beep" in case you missed it.
But surely you can turn off the alarm?
Easier said than done, and I managed to switch off the "big" alarm.
I'm honestly so techno-phobic that the first two watches were set by shop attendants.
But with the third, I thought I had this down.
Are they communicating with each other?
Wanting to zzz - but BEEP BEEP (times three).
Just the communists wanting you to know, another 60 odd minutes have passed.
Huh? OK then.
edit on 28-7-2021 by halfoldman because: (no reason given)