Last February, just prior to the Chicago Symphony Orchestra concert, all Mozart: The Requiem and the C minor piano concerto*, I was reading the concert program when I felt someone looking me over. The elderly lady sitting on my left who had been studying me turned to her friend - who was probably deaf - and said in a voice that I'm sure the whole hall heard, "I don't much care for his clothes but he is wearing a good watch."
Something I've noticed lately is that many ladies are wearing watches that are much bigger than mine. I just find this to be an interesting developement.
I'd enjoy reading anecdotes and observances from other members.
*Wolfy only wrote two piano concertos in minor keys, the C minor and the D minor - which I prefer, but they are both wonderful.