The Watch Dude is a blog dedicated to men's timepieces. This blog typically covers affordable watch brands from Armitron to Wenger. However, interesting watches and the brands we dream of are also covered. Thanks for sharing my enthusiasm for watches!
Monday, March 30, 2015
Two Ways to Feel Like a Commando
Have you ever wanted to feel like a commando? Well, there are two ways to feel like a commando. The hard way and the easy way. The hard way involves getting in shape, joining the army, getting airborne qualified, earning the Ranger tab, excelling as a Ranger, and joining Delta Force.
By Sgt. Austin Berner (https://www.dvidshub.net/image/1249435) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
On this path, feeling like a commando entails a life of danger, getting shot at, and tens of thousands of push-ups, pull ups, eating small lizards, and getting mud in all sorts of bodily crevices.
By Sgt. Austin Berner (https://www.dvidshub.net/image/1249402) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
On the plus side, you do get to blow stuff up and a lots of free ammunition. Your government may trust you to run with sharp objects like this really kick ass commando dagger.
Most importantly, you will get the respect and admiration of your countrymen. Every cubicle slave will wish that they were you. You will be physically and mentally fit. You will have earned the quiet pride that comes with knowing that you are truly the best of the best.
By Sgt. Austin Berner (https://www.dvidshub.net/image/1249849) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Alternatively, the second way to feel like a commando is to simply buy yourself a Wenger Men's Swiss Raid Commando Watch. Obviously, this is the easy way. Since the watch is water resistant to 330 feet, it never gets mud into internal crevices and glows in the dark. It comes in two models. The Wenger Swiss Raid Commando has a green tint to the numerals on the dial and the Wenger Swiss Raid Commando Patagonian Expedition Race watch has a brighter white numerals. Both watches are protected by a mineral crystal and a three year warranty.
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