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"I've discovered a timing device on my wall."
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"This is the first church I've seen with no clock in the back of the chapel."
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'It's come to my attention that you're becoming a bit of a clock watcher.'
"You know, no matter how much you stare at your watch, summer isn't going to come any faster."
'I just never thought you would turn into such a clock watcher.'
No Binge Watching
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'Don't be a clock watcher. Just do what the clock does. Keep on going.'
Managers and staff have differing priorities.
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"I'm looking at your timesheet here. Clock watching two hours a day."
"In recognition of your long service, we'd like you to have this clock you've had your eye on since you walked in here all those years ago."
"The new dress code certainly has curtailed clock watching."
"My boss says I'm very good at what I do."
"Finally...shift's over. What a hard day."
"Baldo, everybody's been staring at me. It's freakin' me out!"
"Dude, I think I'm nearsighted...this definitely is going to make my job a lot harder!"
'Meet your mentor, the original clockwatcher.'
"I, too, can tell time by the sun. When its light hits my watch, I see what time it is."
'As far as clock watching goes, you take the biscuit.'
'He'd be a clock-watcher, if he could tell the time!'
Waiting for the 5 o'clock hooter.
'I've never been a clock watcher before I came here!'