I never thought I would fall in love on the plane.
But yeah I’m on the plane right now, on the way to Sarawak, and guess what.
No, it’s not the dude in the magazine.
I know you like looking at pictures, but let me give you the full picture. I think I found love. And it’s in the advertisement pictured above.
1. The ad copy
This is Seiko Criteria. Selected by Daniel Wu. A chronograph that measures in increments of 1/20 seconds for up to 12 hours with rotary slide rule. 10 bar (100m) water resistant. The watch for the man on the move. Is it you?
Babygirl, you read my mind! You must be psychic! Gosh it’s like we’ve known each other for ages!
“A chronograph that measures in increments of 1/20 seconds for up to 12 hours” is EXACTLY what’s missing in my life!
I’ve been dreaming of it ever since I started time traveling.
Or when I leap through trains doors on the way to work, the last thing I want is to miscalculate an increment of 1/20 seconds, right? Heck I remember being late for business meetings for up to 3/20 of a seconds WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE sweet mother praise the earth!
What was that? It comes with a rotary slide rule? Okay. Might come in handy when I bored on the throne, and decide to measure a body part.
But yeah. Just look at you. You’re a work of art. Just look at your face.
2. Your face…
What a round, smooth face you have…
I remember all those lonely nights, when I’m in my room, 100m underwater, I would dream of a face like yours. Mysterious. Look at all the junk on your face. You’re an enigma.
Will you tell me more?
Nautical miles? Fuel? Oil? Stat? LBS? Calculator? Is the temperature in the cockpit okay? Is it tiger mating season yet?
Your face tells a thousand stories, and my brain will hurt if I knew them all.
3. Plain looking man
Who is this guy? Why is he undressing you with his eyes? This ticks me off a little. I’ll let him off this time. But you ask him to watch out okay.
4. My tie
My tie has nothing to do with my rant about this stupid watch advertisement. I’m just killing time before this aircraft lands.
And the pilot just mumbled some stuff about it (the landing, not my tie).
I guess this is where I stop bashing the advertisement. I mean, I’m sure some men will rush out and buy this watch, and I haven’t worn a watch since kindergarten so perhaps I’m out of their target market.
If you want to be seriously confused every time you want to know the time, or if you truly desire a chronograph that measures in increments of 1/20 seconds for up to 12 hours with rotary slide rule you can ask Daniel Wu for shopping advice.
Meanwhile, I’m off to the rainforest music festival in Sarawak, and forget time even exists.