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    Re: Any symbolism involved in wearing a watch on the right hand?

    Being left hand dominant?

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    Re: Any symbolism involved in wearing a watch on the right hand?

    I wear it on my right wrist because I'm left handed. When I was in middle school, I wore a Fossil on my left hand and the bracelet's paint was worn off because of my wrist rubbing against paper, etc. while I would write. Once I ruined the finish on that bracelet, I decided I would start wearing it on the right wrist. Never went back.

    On the other hand (no pun intended), I'm not sure what other purposes wearing a watch on your right wrist would serve.
    I like watches, and you probably do too. Amirite?

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    Re: Any symbolism involved in wearing a watch on the right hand?

    I've always worn my watch on my right wrist. When I was a kid I threw with my left arm and it felt weird to have a watch on it. I also found it easier to do the strap up with my left hand.

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    Re: Any symbolism involved in wearing a watch on the right hand?

    I have a right handed friend who wears his watch on his right. What ever floats his boat i guess.

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    Re: Any symbolism involved in wearing a watch on the right hand?

    Quote Originally Posted by Timestop74 View Post
    Blood pipe.

    I'm glad I wasn't the only one who got a kick from that.

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    Re: Any symbolism involved in wearing a watch on the right hand?

    i think it was supposed to be the opposite of your favored hand so that the favored had can do more freely and you could still see time and watch gets less abuse (dare i say while you write, and wipe your "arse", if you wanna throw a ball, hammer, think about it...)...LOL

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    Re: Any symbolism involved in wearing a watch on the right hand?

    Because it lets the world know I'm left handed, or in other words super intelligent and awesome :)

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    Re: Any symbolism involved in wearing a watch on the right hand?

    Yes, they are either a member of a secret society or society with secrets.
    It is just a matter of time....

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    Re: Any symbolism involved in wearing a watch on the right hand?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ray MacDonald View Post
    A lot of people wear the watch on their weaker arm to keep it out of the way. The simplest answer is always the best one.
    +1

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    Re: Any symbolism involved in wearing a watch on the right hand?

    Yes, I'm left-handed so when I'm holding a drink, and someone asks me the time, I don't pour my drink on myself.

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