That watch - before the massacre - was worth a lot.
Oh my good gawd.... someone stop him before he kills again!
Oh no! Thats one of my favourites too
Maybe he used dislodgeable colors on that one...? My daughter also got fingerpaint to minimize the side-effects of her creativity bursts
If only it were so...
Haha oh my gaaawd that was a strange solution with the strap on the Golf watch!!
Interesting how a guy can switch side completely by getting a watch from one of his most despised brands. Sure, the whole Archibald Chesterfield III is a joke, but I can't see the fun of it. If I were a brand manager I would order my staff to stay as far away as possible as that guy (also the reason why I'll never become a brand manager for any reputable brand)
Yeah, it sure is Jim, but quite cool in a way at the same time. If I actually played golf I might have bought it...
From what I hear the guy is actually very nice in real life and very knowledgeable... I get that not everyone thinks it's funny. I don't think Ben Stiller is funny, but plenty of people do.
You're not a fan of Zoolander ?
Not really, I also think Will Ferrell is the least funny man alive. But that's my point, one man's childish humour is another man's drivel... and vice versa.
You don't think Anchorman is funny?!
I haven't seen it, so I can't judge, but every film I've ever seen a trailer of with him in looks rubbish, so it doesn't really inspire me to investigate.
This is a slight bone of contention with my longest standing friend, we agree on most things, but not films with Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson or Will Ferrell in them.
That said, there's a brilliant film called 'Carnage' with John C Reilly in it (also Jodie Foster and Kate Winslet), and his other films look pretty rubbish too, but in that particular one he's excellent. So there's always exceptions to be made.
Here's another Archie Luxury video where he is perfectly reasonable and respectful of a collection review.
Look, me and Mr Orange finally agree on something.
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