Would you wear a watch that doesn't work?

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    Would you wear a watch that doesn't work?

    Since most of us (all of us?) on this forum consider a watch to be much more than a means to tell time:

    If you had a watch that didn't run at all for whatever reason (or at least not well enough to tell time practically, e.g. the spring got magnetized), but you liked the look of the watch, would you wear it anyway?

    1) Yes -- all the watches I have are worthy of being worn even without telling time
    2) No -- I wouldn't wear any watch that didn't work
    3) Maybe -- If I thought one perfectly suited a particular occasion or outfit.
    Last edited by watchinator; July 28th, 2014 at 19:34. Reason: sorry, duplicate post by mistake
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