Next time anybody complains about something I’m going to call you entitled and butt hurt.BSears wrote:I haven’t read all comments yet but this ^^^ is exactly what I’ve been thinking as I’ve read thru thus far. I keep waiting to hear some horror story, but I’m not seeing it. So only 100 watches of a particular color/style were available, but 4,000 people were vying for them? That’s called supply/demand and is every bit if capitalism. Maybe some of you (or maybe none of you but plenty of others) are super duper butt hurt because your belief is that everyone should get one is just not how the world works. My suggestion is start the refresh screen game on watch recon or the various and sundry sales fora.dukerules wrote: ↑Sat Aug 11, 2018 4:11 amI don't understand why people think they are entitled to buy a watch, just because they have the desire and the money to own said watch. That's not how the world works sometimes. Also, people getting upset because a sales model is not to their liking makes me chuckle.
This whole “whohoho you young kids have to learn you don’t get everything you want” is idiotic.
I am stating an opinion on something that’s happening.
Are all the people complaining about Rolex grey dealers selling for above msrp “entitled and butt hurt”?
Or maybe is it that they just see something they don’t like about whats going on in a specific segment of the watch world and they comment about it in this watch comment forum?
Are we all butt hurt entitled people when we discuss and trash MKII sales practices?
No, we just express an opinion on what’s going on.
It’s a watch forum, we talk about watches passionately because we are passionate.