Natalie: Have you noticed all the press watches are getting lately? I feel like I've seen at least three or four round-ups in the past month alone. Brett: So..? Natalie: But who still wears a watch? I mean, isn't that what cell phones are for? Brett: I wear my watch every day! Britt: Well, I used to always wear my dad's watch, but lately I forget to put it on in the morning. Natalie: Because you can just check the time on your cell, right? Britt: Right. And I'm always late anyway. Brett: But watches are a thing. They say something about the owner, and they're necessary. Natalie and Britt: But they're not. Brett: Well yeah, but there's something amazing about pulling up your shirt sleeve and checking your time on your watch. I mean, if someone walks up to you on the street and asks for the time [Editor's note: Natalie swears no one ever asks her for the time, Britt and Brett say "all the time."], it's so much cooler to look at your watch instead of your cell phone. Britt: But I think men should wear watches. Natalie: But why? Why men and not women? We all have phones. Brett: (Cuts off Britt) Because watches are to men what handbags are to women.
Natalie: Guess I missed that memo. Britt: I just think it's sexy when a man has a watch on. Natalie: Missed that one, too. I think they're from another century practically. And too heavy. Brett: They're about nostalgia - I think about my dad, my uncle, my parents' friends. They're just about tradition, the thing you always give and remember, and you wear it forever. Britt: We should probably put this on the site..