ANSWERS: 76
  • i only wear one while at work. other than that, let the losing track of time commence!
  • I try to remember to wear a watch, but I always seem to leave it at home, so I rely on my mobile for the time. Watches helps me differentiate left from right, especially when I'm driving and stressed. I'm not stupid, but I can't quite grasp anticlockwise and left/right. I'm getting better though!
  • I use my cell phone. Watches irritate my arm.
  • wereing a watch is good to noit waste time.
  • I hardly ever wear a watch. At work, I can clearly see the time on my computer or on my phone, and otherwise, I always have my cell phone on me.
  • The TWO are compatible in my case.
  • Watches make my wrist itch. I am obsessed with time, though. I need my cell phone on at all times so i can easily check the time.
  • I used to, but my wrists are large because I'm big-boned, so most watches are too tight, or just not able to be fastened at all. (Possibly men's watches would fit better.) I usually just look at the time from my cell phone.
  • I cannot leave the house without a watch on. A must have for me.
  • I always wear a watch, i have it on within 1 hour of getting up in the morning, and i don't take it off till i go to bed. Mind you for my work i like to wear a watch to keep track of time and how long i have been on a job for, and therefore how much to charge them.
  • I'd rather lose track of time.
  • I'm so used to wearing a watch now, that if I don't have it on, I feel so empty. And when my watch broke, when I was at school, I looked at my wrist, and nothing was there. It's become a habit. Also, I hate not knowing what time it is. I check my watch every 15 minutes at school.
  • I do wear a watch because I like to keep my options open. When I want to lose track of time, I don't look at the watch - it's as simple as that.
  • I HAVE to have a watch, and in fact, have collected them for about 25 years.
  • I have four watches, none of which work. So I have gotten out of the habit of wearing one. Now I rely on my cell phone if I am out and about. Otherwise there is always a clock nearby.
  • I hate wearing watches and never do. I also don't like clocks. I don't like the tick tock tick tock, it makes me feel like life is ticking away ...and too fast! I don't need to wear a watch, because I am always aware of the approximate time - which is good enough for me.
  • I go through phases. For quite a few years I wore a watch every day, taking it off only to sleep or shower. Then, when the battery died, I took it off, and lost track of where I put it for about 6 months. I finally got a new battery for it, but then it felt wierd to be wearing it. I went without one for another 2 years or so. After I came across my watch again, I put it back on and wore it for a while. I am, right now, in a non-watch-wearing phase. I don't lose track of the time whether I'm wearing one or not, so it isn't one or the other for me.
  • I always wear a watch when I leave the house. At home I take it off. My Cablebox and alarm clock take it's place.
  • YES I must wear a watch I have a time fetish I cannot stand being late and do not like others to be late either. Maybe my Virgo personality. I blame it on the fact I was a dancer and had to be on stage at an exact beat in the music
  • I wear a watch from Monday to Friday to go to work, the university, etc. On Saturdays I don't use it until just before I leave at night and I use it on Sundays when I'm not at home. I have 3 different watches and use them for different occasions.
  • i hate wearing a watch, but it is necessary in order to live in these times...life just goes by too quickly to not keep track of time...
  • Neither, I don't like wearing a watch but I don't like to lose track of time.
  • I always wear a watch.I'm a stickler for being punctual. :)
  • Since I never wear a watch, I guess I prefer to lose track of time.
  • I don't wear a watch anymore, but I am anal retentive about time - I am punctual, because I was taught that it's courteous. I fantasize about being able to lose track of time, though... hard to do, as a mom. Maybe on my next child-free vacation?
  • My idea of heaven would be to have the freedom to lose track of time, deadlines and commitments.
  • I like wearing a watch because it allows me to keep better track of my time. Once time is gone you can't get it back.
  • Two things I have to have when I leave the house, my watch and a hat of some kind. I feel half nekkid with out either.
  • times to important. now a days schedules run everyones days. you need an appointment to get anything done these days.
  • Watches annoy my wrists. I could maybe use a pocket watch, but my cell phone has a clock on it, and thats good enough for me.
  • when i had a watch i wore it most of the time, then i lost it on a boat. then my mom got me another watch for xmas(one before last) of the same model and i wore it most of the time, then i lost it on another boat. then i started drawing watches on me with marker, then it washed off. now im watchless. the first two watches i got lots of compliments from it cause it was a good looking sport watch, freestyle. sometimes during the school year i like to know the time, but during the longs months of summer i couldnt give a flying flipping flip about the time, although i still wore it, i dont know why but maybe it wasnt meant for me to have a watch for more than a year, except the marker watch i drew on my wrist. i really missed the watches i lost.
  • Depends. If I'm supposed to go to work then losing track of time would be disastrous, but if it's a weekend then yes, I try to forget about time. But then again, the computer's clock is just sitting at the lower right corner of my screen--
  • I just look at a nearby clock!
  • I wear my cheap digital constantly. I only take it off when I go in the shower.
  • I love to go by my day without knowing the time...It makes the day seem so much better
  • I would prefer to lose track of time just because time goes way to fast and I know if I don't know what time it is I wont be able to say that it's going fast or slow. Just because I won't know.
  • I only wear a watch at work where I only have a certain amount of time to get things done. When I am not working that is my downtime and not by the clock, per se
  • I like wearing a watch if it matches my outfit, not so much for telling time. The one I'm wearing today hasn't been set to the new time after the change... I feel a bit sorry for those who ask me what time it is.
  • I need my watch, but I wish I didn't worship the time idol so much. When off from work I prefer to lose track of time. I only know what day it is by whether or not I have to work.
  • I like to wear a watch -- my sense of time is a bit psychotic-feeling.
  • I never wear watches, but if I had one, I might... However, I never seem to need one: I have a pretty good sense of time... sometimes... ^_^
  • I am totally lost if I am not wearing a watch, I have a phobia about being on time .
  • I love watches. I have a small collection. HOWEVER, lately I have stopped wearing them as I am in a rush to get out the door in the mornings and have no time to put one on. I don't loose track of time, since my cell phone has a clock and usually, there are clocks on the walls wherever you go. Or you can always find a nice person who will give you the time of day!
  • odly enought,inside the house i have half a dozen clocks,two of which are atomic and receive the national bureau of standards time signal,and yet i seldom ever remember to put on a wrist watch when i m going out.
  • I don't wear a watch. It's like strapping stress to my arm.
  • It drives me CRAZY if I go out with out my watch
  • I own several...gifts and whatnot....but virtually never wear one.
  • I use a pocket watch
  • I stopped wearing a watch the day before I got married. Time for us is immaterial...except when we have to get the kids to school.
  • I like wearing a watch, but I never look at it. Tear the map, shoot the sign, and peace be the journey.
  • I prefer losig track, when I have a watch I look at it all the time and time goes a lot slower.
  • I usually carry two watches. One set to my local time zone, and the other set to either GMT or EST. I feel kind of naked without a watch. But there are times that I would rather just forget about time.
  • I hate wearing watches and I hate losing track of time. I always have my cell everywhere I go, so I always know what time it is.
  • Unfortunately, I think watches or going to become extinct like the store Woolworths, younger people tell time by looking at their Cell phones and other new fangled gadgets, I don't wear a watch myself
  • I NEVER leave my house without my watch!
  • I need to wear a watch since I use public transportation everyday to work.
  • I don't like wearing a watch, it irritates my skin. I don't like to lose track of time either. So my cell phone has another purpose.
  • Like most things in life, once you make wearing a watch a habit, you get used to wearing one. Now, if I walk out of the house without one, it really bothers me. It's not as bad as forgetting the cellphone, but it does bother. Invest in a nice watch and take good care of it. Every man should have a nice watch, a nice suit, and a nice pair of dress shoes. Daren
  • I do not wear a watch, and I do not lose track of time. I seem to have a time awareness sensor built into my brain.
  • I only ever take my watch off to go in the shower, otherwise i feel naked without it. I need to know the time at all times because of my job, and with the kids being in nursery school etc. I couldnt ever live without it!
  • I hate wearing watches. I carry a "pocket watch" on my belt. A wristwatch is not a good thing on my job (machinery), nor are rings.
  • I used to feel naked without my watch but since I havent been going to school, or any place else for that matter, I havent been wearing one. But I always like to know what time it is.
  • i wear a watch, it is a part of me, also it is handy, without it .., i feel naked.
  • I always wear a watch............
  • I wear a watch daily, but I never think to look at it for the time. I will look around for a clock, my husband laughs himself silly over this.
  • I don't wear a watch but I never lose track of time unless I lose my phone... then I'm screwed.
  • i don't wear a watch. and i often lose track of time by accident. i don't necessarily prefer it though. so, i guess neither.
  • I love wearing a watch. I rarely look at it, but when I need to know the time, I'm glad it's there.
  • I've worn a watch since I was in junior high school. The one I wear now is a Casio WaveCeptor (sets itself by listening for radio signals from the National Institue for Standards and Technology in Colorado.)
  • I do not wear watches. One of my boyfriends offered to buy me a watch to match his while we were at Cartier, but I chose a "Love" bracelet, rather than a "Tank" watch.
  • depends on what im doing, sometimes i need to keep track of time like if im trying to catch a bus or whatever
  • No jewelry at all.
  • I do like track of time! I have no watch. :)
  • I like to wear a watch. I often need to keep track of time. I don't carry a cell phone, and a watch is more convenient anyhow, plus it's fashion statement, but a phone can't ever be one.
  • I don't like wearing a watch. It just bothers me. I am retired, so I not only enjoy losing track of time, I lose track of days lol
  • depends on where inn going and if i need to keep track of tinne

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