Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby conjurer » May 10th 2018, 5:35pm

Stephenmazinger wrote:I even attempted at a fresh start, but grandpa grammar had to lick his dead horse instead of licking GG.


You don't want to start down that road, Bazinga. You'll be out of here faster than shit through a goose if you bring family into it.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby TemerityB » May 10th 2018, 5:36pm

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Stephenmazinger wrote:Lord knows someone tried to accuse me of being anti-gay already.


Not fair. Not at all. Given your abject, utterly comical lack of writing skills, I can't figure out anything about you, let alone your biases.


I already claimed to not have writing skills, instead of beating that dead horse why don’t you pop a viagra and give grandma grammar something she’s been missing for years.


Viagra starts with a capital "V."

Son, the last thing you needed to do was come here and flash your primitive lack of skills, imagination, and actual humor in front of this bunch. I will continue to post in this thread, but not to a juvenile, name-calling joke who wouldn't know a wristwatch from a wristlock. I'll hang out, if only because you'e already been de-pantsed, and I'll leave it to the next guy to trip you down the stairs. Hell, it's like shooting fish in a barrel.

Don't worry about the lame insults, guys. The watch world's village idiot is telling wife jibes to someone who he doesn't know is married or not. I haven't seen anyone that desperate since Titanic was #1 at the box office.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby Stephenmazinger » May 10th 2018, 5:36pm

codguy wrote:
Stephenmazinger wrote: pop a viagra and give grandma grammar something she’s been missing for years.


Uhm, are you talking about someone wife ^?


Shit sorry, there is really a Grandma Grammar? Fuck my bad.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby Stephenmazinger » May 10th 2018, 5:37pm

TemerityB wrote:
Stephenmazinger wrote:
TemerityB wrote:
Stephenmazinger wrote:Lord knows someone tried to accuse me of being anti-gay already.


Not fair. Not at all. Given your abject, utterly comical lack of writing skills, I can't figure out anything about you, let alone your biases.


I already claimed to not have writing skills, instead of beating that dead horse why don’t you pop a viagra and give grandma grammar something she’s been missing for years.


Viagra starts with a capital "V."

Son, the last thing you needed to do was come here and flash your primitive lack of skills, imagination, and actual humor in front of this bunch. I will continue to post in this thread, but not to a juvenile, name-calling joke who wouldn't know a wristwatch from a wristlock. I'll hang out, if only because you'e already been de-pantsed, and I'll leave it to the next guy to trip you down the stairs. Hell, it's like shooting fish in a barrel.


Ok Grandpa, thanks for the enlightening chat and education.

Ps. Golden Girls is on, you better get to bed. Change your depends first.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby Stephenmazinger » May 10th 2018, 5:39pm

conjurer wrote:
Stephenmazinger wrote:I even attempted at a fresh start, but grandpa grammar had to lick his dead horse instead of licking GG.


You don't want to start down that road, Bazinga. You'll be out of here faster than shit through a goose if you bring family into it.


Shit, that would be a total loss. The double standards here is fucking hilarious
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby TemerityB » May 10th 2018, 5:40pm

Stephenmazinger wrote:Ok Grandpa, thanks for the enlightening chat and education.
Ps. Golden Girls is on, you better get to bed. Change your depends first.


Guy doesn't know my age, either.

I haven't seen suck lame comebacks since Sly Stone came out with a mohawk.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby Stephenmazinger » May 10th 2018, 5:42pm

TemerityB wrote:
Stephenmazinger wrote:Ok Grandpa, thanks for the enlightening chat and education.
Ps. Golden Girls is on, you better get to bed. Change your depends first.


Guy doesn't know my age, either.

I haven't seen suck lame comebacks since Sly Stone came out with a mohawk.


I was just judging off of your hairy gorilla arms grandpa and you referring to me as son, lad, etc....
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby TemerityB » May 10th 2018, 5:44pm

Hey conj - how is that Tudor holding up? Let's talk some real watches and not crap like Jekyll & Hyde or other meaningless garbage that only someone who doesn't a clue would waste time on. And how's that Seamaster?

Edit: The double standards are fucking hilarious.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby Mark1 » May 10th 2018, 5:46pm

This guy combines the stunted maturity level of Abduksion with the plain ass crazy of Geeknomo. The drywall and Lime are in the shed.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby Stephenmazinger » May 10th 2018, 5:46pm

TemerityB wrote:Hey conj - how is that Tudor holding up? Let's talk some real watches and not crap like Jekyll & Hyde or other meaningless garbage that only someone who doesn't a clue would waste time on. And how's that Seamaster?


Is your glaucoma acting up? Yes meaningless to a closed minded douche bag.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby TemerityB » May 10th 2018, 5:47pm

Mark1 wrote:This guy combines the stunted maturity level of Abduksion with the plain ass crazy of Geeknomo. The drywall and Lime are in the shed.


Good to know. Is there room in the car? I wanna make the run with you guys. I'm already made, but I think I need to contribute this time.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby Stephenmazinger » May 10th 2018, 5:47pm

Mark1 wrote:This guy combines the stunted maturity level of Abduksion with the plain ass crazy of Geeknomo. The drywall and Lime are in the shed.


Because a bunch of grown ass men sitting on a watch forum stroking each other off is the definition of maturity.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby TemerityB » May 10th 2018, 5:50pm

Correction #17: Yes, meaningless to a closed-minded douchebag.

Eye haupe ewe kan undter stawnd thayt Steeeven. Ju tri-ing two halp.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby TemerityB » May 10th 2018, 5:51pm

Correction #18: A sentence cannot be started with "Because."

He's a blogger, you know. :lol:
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby Stephenmazinger » May 10th 2018, 5:51pm

Calling a watch fugly-mature
Calling me an American Dirtbox-mature
Bashing someone’s hobby-mature
Bashing someone’s pictures-mature
Insulting me because I like microbrands-mature
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby Stephenmazinger » May 10th 2018, 5:53pm

TemerityB wrote:Correction #18: A sentence cannot be started with "Because."

He's a blogger, you know. :lol:


Yes when posting on a tightassed forum I forgot that grammar is of the upmost inportance. Do me a favor, go get laid tonight everyone. So tomorrow when you guys fart, the fart isn’t sucked in for once.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby bedlam » May 10th 2018, 5:55pm

Stephenmazinger wrote:Calling a watch fugly-mature
Calling me an American Dirtbox-mature
Bashing someone’s hobby-mature
Bashing someone’s pictures-mature
Insulting me because I like microbrands-mature
I post pictures of my Rolex with positive response-All my points proven

Those pictures were the first thing you posted that didn't contain gramatical errors. The Lords let their guard down for a moment in sheer relief.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby Stephenmazinger » May 10th 2018, 5:56pm

I almost forgot, sticking with Rolex, Omega, Tudor really gives you guys a well rounded watch experience and knowledge. Man I envy all of you that have posted on this thread.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby TemerityB » May 10th 2018, 5:57pm

bedlam wrote:
Stephenmazinger wrote:Calling a watch fugly-mature
Calling me an American Dirtbox-mature
Bashing someone’s hobby-mature
Bashing someone’s pictures-mature
Insulting me because I like microbrands-mature
I post pictures of my Rolex with positive response-All my points proven

Those pictures were the first thing you posted that didn't contain gramatical errors. The Lords let their guard down for a moment in sheer relief.


Hey, that Rolex was "a truly inspired piece," much like the Duzu Ningaloo Reef. Did he say "points proven"? Of course - it's like watching how ice cream melt proves how much it costs.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby Stephenmazinger » May 10th 2018, 5:59pm

bedlam wrote:
Stephenmazinger wrote:Calling a watch fugly-mature
Calling me an American Dirtbox-mature
Bashing someone’s hobby-mature
Bashing someone’s pictures-mature
Insulting me because I like microbrands-mature
I post pictures of my Rolex with positive response-All my points proven

Those pictures were the first thing you posted that didn't contain gramatical errors. The Lords let their guard down for a moment in sheer relief.



You all have taught me something today. I am very happy with my life. Knowing that I don’t have to constantly point out people’s grammar errors to feel accomplished, to make myself feel better, to stroke my ego, and that I know where the tightassed wankers come together to talk about watches.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby Stephenmazinger » May 10th 2018, 6:00pm

TemerityB wrote:
bedlam wrote:
Stephenmazinger wrote:Calling a watch fugly-mature
Calling me an American Dirtbox-mature
Bashing someone’s hobby-mature
Bashing someone’s pictures-mature
Insulting me because I like microbrands-mature
I post pictures of my Rolex with positive response-All my points proven

Those pictures were the first thing you posted that didn't contain gramatical errors. The Lords let their guard down for a moment in sheer relief.


Hey, that Rolex was "a truly inspired piece," much like the Duzu Ningaloo Reef.


Closed minded Grandpa. Keep it going man. You are just proving all my points about you.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby bedlam » May 10th 2018, 6:03pm

Stephenmazinger wrote:You all have taught me something today. I am very happy with my life. Knowing that I don’t have to constantly point out people’s grammar errors to feel accomplished, to make myself feel better, to stroke my ego, and that I know where the tightassed wankers come together to talk about watches.

Be the bigger man Stephen.

Post honest content and be prepared to take your licks. People here will tell you the truth and they don't much care whether you cope with that or not. If you stick around and find a way to make it work you might find it a very rewarding place.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby TemerityB » May 10th 2018, 6:04pm

Stephenmazinger wrote:You all have taught me something today. I am very happy with my life. Knowing that I don’t have to constantly point out people’s grammar errors to feel accomplished, to make myself feel better, to stroke my ego, and that I know where the tightassed wankers come together to talk about watches.


We aren't pointing out grammar to feel accomplished; we are accomplished. We are pointing out the clear and proven fact that you have no business writing a blog about doilies, let alone watches. Your writing is akin to wandering into a school to find a telephone only to find it's actually a prison - you get the hell out of there before anyone sees you.

Reading your writing is like going to a porn theater. It's not that it's exciting - it's that you want to wear a bag over your head before you'd let anyone see you do it.

I'll give you 10 minutes to look up "akin."
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby Stephenmazinger » May 10th 2018, 6:08pm

bedlam wrote:
Stephenmazinger wrote:You all have taught me something today. I am very happy with my life. Knowing that I don’t have to constantly point out people’s grammar errors to feel accomplished, to make myself feel better, to stroke my ego, and that I know where the tightassed wankers come together to talk about watches.

Be the bigger man Stephen.

Post honest content and be prepared to take your licks. People here will tell you the truth and they don't much care whether you cope with that or not. If you stick around and find a way to make it work you might find it a very rewarding place.


Yes I can take licks, for sure. But when I defend myself and point out certain people’s double standards, I am not going to step aside. People don’t like my reviews, I can deal with that. Those who take shit ass hairy wrist pics bashing my pictures that are fucking good, that is when I have to pullout my bullshit card.

I am sure this forum has a ton of great things to offer. But the closed mindedness is fucking appalling.
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Re: Watch Review: Fonderia Navale Gondar

Postby Stephenmazinger » May 10th 2018, 6:08pm

TemerityB wrote:
Stephenmazinger wrote:You all have taught me something today. I am very happy with my life. Knowing that I don’t have to constantly point out people’s grammar errors to feel accomplished, to make myself feel better, to stroke my ego, and that I know where the tightassed wankers come together to talk about watches.


We aren't pointing out grammar to feel accomplished; we are accomplished. We are pointing out the clear and proven fact that you have no business writing a blog about doilies, let alone watches. Your writing is akin to wandering into a school to find a telephone only to find it's actually a prison - you get the hell out of there before anyone sees you.

Reading your writing is like going to a porn theater. It's not that it's exciting - it's that you want to wear a bag over your head before you'd let anyone see you do it.

I'll give you 10 minutes to look up "akin."


Tightassed for sure.
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