When it comes to upper arm strength, anyone who's met me would say without a doubt that I have "negative arm muscles". That's fine, really. I've considered working out, maybe trying to have some semblance of upper body power, but I've never followed through. Add that to the fact that I'm already pretty small of a person to begin with, and that'll paint the picture that we'll come back to in a moment.
Over at my mom's work, there's been this wristwatch. At some point, someone abandoned a Micheal Kors watch, and never came back for it. Attempts were made to find who the owner was, it was put in the lost and found, and notices were posted at the front office. No one ever came forward to claim it.
...That was about three years ago. Apparently, it was time to do a cleanout of the lost and found items, with my mom and her coworkers going through some of the things that had been lost to time. The most popular item of which, was that fancy watch. Whoever could fit it onto their arm was welcome to take it home with them and keep it. Well, after a week, it had been passed around the entire office, with everyone at my mom's job attempting to find someone with a small enough wrist to fit this tiny watch.
So, that was how I found myself walking into a room, only to have a glasses case foisted into my hands, containing some fancy looking watch. I stared at it, confused, before I was pressured into trying it on. After 26 attempts with other people....I was the chosen one. The watch-bearer. Hero to lost and found items everywhere. It fit around my frail wrist, just barely. Finally, I was vindicated in my frailty!
It's upside-down, but it fits! And it sure does look cool. I'm not much of an accessory wearing person, but I do feel exactly 8x richer while wearing it.
also it's stuck. i can't get it off. help.
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