(Poll) Have YOU used "Nose Touch"?

Have you "Nose Touched" your Watch?

  • Yes

    Votes: 81 83.5%
  • No

    Votes: 16 16.5%

  • Total voters
    97

BarracksSi

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Original poster
Jul 14, 2015
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So... Because the Internet is so totally anonymous (heh), you can admit without guilt:

Have you touched your Watch to your nose to activate the screen? Even just once?
 

jess222

macrumors 6502
Apr 13, 2010
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137
CA
I've used my chin before, never thought of using my nose! I'll have to give that a try lol ⌚
 

JayLenochiniMac

macrumors G5
Nov 7, 2007
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2,381
New Sanfrakota
I've known about this ability since launch day, but strangely, I've never found myself in a position to use it (being so desperate to answer a notification, etc.).
 

deany

macrumors 68030
Sep 16, 2012
2,873
2,088
North Wales
All the time!
I have also swiped up & down with the hooter on occasions!..... getting quite good now.
 
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Rok73

macrumors 65816
Apr 21, 2015
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Planet Earth
I usually set timers when I am cooking/boiling something. A soft touch with the nose stops the timer notification. ;)
 

oftheheavens

macrumors 68000
Jul 9, 2008
1,986
498
cherry point
Im not sure why it would be something to admit with "guilt". Im taking a piss and it doesn't want the screen doesn't want to come up I tap it with my nose. Lying on the couch with one hand under my head and it doesn't want to come on, I use my nose. Isn't that why humans were given noses?
 

rockyromero

macrumors 6502
Jul 11, 2015
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Isn't that why humans were given noses?
Since the beginning of human time, the nose has been used for directions.

Therefore, the expression follow your nose.

It's like a built in compass.

Misuse of the nose has been known to mess with people's directional compass.

Just look at what just happened in Britain?

 

oftheheavens

macrumors 68000
Jul 9, 2008
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498
cherry point
Since the beginning of human time, the nose has been used for directions.

Therefore, the expression follow your nose.

It's like a built in compass.

Misuse of the nose has been known to mess with people's directional compass.

Just look at what just happened in Britain?

Your funnier than me
 
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