Lunchbreath Illustates 16 New Ways to Wear Things on Your Wrist

By: Chalaine Mantha - Published:   Updated: Jul 21 2011 • References: flickr & bldgwlf
Lunchbreath is a Flickr contributor who happens to be an art director from Chicago. Lunchbreath has created a unique illustration called "Sixteen ways to use your wrist now that watches are obsolete."

Some of Lunchbreath's crazy inventions include the emergency oreo, starter turntables, a reserve monocle and the absurd small-game trophy mount. Although the pictures are hilarious, I think most people would rather stick with bracelets or watches on their wrists!

Implications - As for me, I wouldn't mind using a reserve monocle wristwatch any day. How else am I suppose to store something as sophisticated as a monocle? With it on my wrist, I can easily whip it out and class up a place like I was the Monopoly mascot.

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