Arrowneous- Mistakenly under the assumption that every watch with a broad arrow somewhere on it is actual military issue.
Ashpulse purchase- Buying a watch you don’t truly want just because
Calatravesty- Wearing a dress watch while rock climbing.
Curiomark- A scratch you make on the back of a watch because you
Dialalysis – Extended examination of a dial with a loupe.
Dialatribe- A long, ranting review of the dislikes of a particular
Discombezelated- A watch with a misaligned bezel.
Escapemint- The candy given out by retail watch dealers to be eaten
Exhibacktionist- One who repeatedly removes their watch to show
Hologramology- The study or practice of the preservation of Rolex
Hororific- An extremely ugly watch.
Invictanitis- A disease affecting the judgement of novice watch buyers.
Langeuish- To feel depressed after the purchase of a watch with a
Lugcheese- The green stuff found between the lugs of a vintage watch.
Lumiscrutiny- The act of looking for unevenness in luminous hands/markers
Minervous- The slight trepidation felt just after ordering a watch
Mintocchio- A watch dealer who describes every watch they sell as
(see also: Nibnosia Rareiosis)
Nibnosia Rareiosis- A medical condition causing the sufferer to habitually
Pinjectile- An airborne spring bar.
Polternick- A scratch or dent on your watch that you have no recollection
Quartzsteria- The brief illusion that your quartz watch has stopped
Rattrepain- A chronograph whose sweep seconds hand does not reset
Remorse code- FSOT, LNIB.
Rolexia- The inability to distinguish between quality and popularity.
Seikosis- The repeated purchasing of Japanese watches that never
Stitchsker- The short, stiff, stubby piece of stitching found on
Strapophrenia- Repeated and obsessive changing of watch straps.
Submerciless- Wearing a sport watch to a funeral.
Valjitters- The vibrations felt emanating from a Valjoux 7750 movement.
Zenophobia- The fear of mediocre watches.