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    Is this the perfect WIS dish?

    one of those weird lists popped up on my facebook feed, 25 unbelievable plated meals, stuff being served in toilet bowls kind of stuff...what can i say, i was bored....but then this!

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    the perfect WIS dish, get your wrist shot and the food perfectly in focus!
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    Re: Is this the perfect WIS dish?

    LOL, I was on Bored Panda and saw that too!!!
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    Re: Is this the perfect WIS dish?

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    Is this the perfect WIS dish?

    If you'll pardon me, I have a bridge to go jump off of.


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    Re: Is this the perfect WIS dish?

    That lug width is ridiculous.
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    Re: Is this the perfect WIS dish?

    Quote Originally Posted by murokello View Post
    That lug width is ridiculous.
    Darn! You beat me to it.

    I know it's not a pic of the OP's watch but I was wondering how long it would be before the WIS didn't see anything but the watch.

    Definitely too big for your wrist..
    Try a NATO on that...
    It says its sapphire ...
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    Re: Is this the perfect WIS dish?

    Nobody with half a brain would eat food off the back of my hand.

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    Re: Is this the perfect WIS dish?

    You can suggest WIS when it's a Fossil?
    The truth is rarely pure and never simple.

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    Re: Is this the perfect WIS dish?

    Quote Originally Posted by gangrel View Post
    You can suggest WIS when it's a Fossil?
    The dish not the watch.


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    Re: Is this the perfect WIS dish?

    Holds down house costs by eliminating some of the plates. Reminds me of a couple of other 'dining events' I've read about; one where you are led into a pitch black restaurant and eat your meal in the dark and the other, where everyone is naked. Be interesting if they combined the waiter-serves-you-food-on-your-body with the two I just mentioned, makes for some interesting dining convo to say the least.
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