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I've seen the word Cheese used a few time in reference to Invicta watches. Is it a term of endearment or is it an insult? If by cheese you mean watches that are so big no one really has a reason to wear one than by god, sign me up for cheese. :001_tt2:
 

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@filament: term of endearment. The whole cheese thing is related to the color of the boxes: yellow cheese. That and the fact that when the brand was revived, it's thing was to offer Swiss watches at everyman prices.
 

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Yeah, it's just a reference to their obsession with Yellow and looking like Cheddar Cheese. I kinda like how they look, much better than normal Seiko boxes and the like.
 

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@filament: term of endearment. The whole cheese thing is related to the color of the boxes: yellow cheese. That and the fact that when the brand was revived, it's thing was to offer Swiss watches at everyman prices.
It's funny though, the cheese I buy at the store is actually an orangey color, I would be a little worried if the cheese I bought was yellow. Is orangey a word??
 

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Yes, like cheese molded in a brick shape. Not that French stuff that is soft, or cottage cheese. It must be firm, rectangular, and yellowish in color.
 

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It's funny though, the cheese I buy at the store is actually an orangey color, I would be a little worried if the cheese I bought was yellow. Is orangey a word??
You are freaking me out with all of the avatar changes. I look and it says FALCON underneath it...:blink:
 

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@filament: term of endearment. The whole cheese thing is related to the color of the boxes: yellow cheese. That and the fact that when the brand was revived, it's thing was to offer Swiss watches at everyman prices.
Really? Call me gullible or something but I thought it was because Eyal loves cheese (literally).

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I've seen the word Cheese used a few time in reference to Invicta watches. Is it a term of endearment or is it an insult? If by cheese you mean watches that are so big no one really has a reason to wear one than by god, sign me up for cheese. :001_tt2:

There are such strong emotions revolving around Invicta that I think it really depends on who is saying the cheese. For most of us it is a term of endearment, for others it is insult. Me? I love cheese....put it on everything!:001_tt1:
 

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As Rusty'll tell ya guys, I've always had a strong and warm regard for my fellow WTFers in CheeseLand :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:


Y'all be well now pals



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A good Zin and a good Cheese have always gone well together!:thumbup:
 

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I used to have a signature here at the forum:

"Nothing says Swiss like Cheese. And nothing says Cheese like Invicta."

It was both a dig and a compliment since The Lalo's salespitches - and an occassional product - are downright cheesy.
 

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I used to have a signature here at the forum:

"Nothing says Swiss like Cheese. And nothing says Cheese like Invicta."

It was both a dig and a compliment since The Lalo's salespitches - and an occassional product - are downright cheesy.
That's right, boscoe! And you also had a quote from Mtech the Wise about ProDivers. Why'd you axe the quotes from your sig?
 
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