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Philipina 1 year ago
#5 cant quite understand the significance of a 5+ years "old" wristwatch
       
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Jos 1 year ago
I would expect many of these items to last forever.
       
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Luke 1 year ago
#24 dumb@$$, learn RPN
       
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Brenda 1 year ago
#9 Mine turned 43 in September, got it the day i was born and have run it 24 hours a day every summer, still working.
       
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Marvin 1 year ago
In 1972 there was a movie called "Silent Running" about a man who flees the Earth in a spaceship with 3 robots. The day after we saw the movie my mother and sister woke me up to show me a fan they had bought that they fancied resembled the robots. (It had a round face and two legs, that was about the extent of the resemblance.) "See, they came back!" my mother said to me as I groggily woke up.

50 years later I still have that fan and it still works. I've carried it from one home to another, through 3 apartments and 4 houses.
       
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Buren 1 year ago
#1. It s#cks that someone ruined the dial by writing on it.
       
27353641acute
belayclappingdance3dashdirol
drinksfoolgirl_craygirl_devilgirl_witch
goodgreenheartJC-LOLJC_doubledown
JC_OMG_signkisslaughingman_in_lmocking
mr47_04musicokroflsarcastic
sm_80tonguevishenka_33vomitwassat
yahooshoot

“1911 Ingersoll Yankee that belonged to my great (times a few) uncle. The original “dollar watch” still keeping time 110 years later”

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