Yeah.. in my coat pocket or in the car or in a drawer at work, but it's off most of the time. I'm always wearing a watch, but it's easier to just look at my wrist anyway.
The day a $20 watch, yet alone a FOSSIL watch becomes a status symbol is the day I seriously reconsider climbing up that clocktower with the Marlin 30/30.
But seriously, I've gone through 4 Fossils in my life, in about the span of 3 years...the quality just isn't there, despite the looks of some of their lines, they just don't have 'it'. If you crack the face, its about $60 to get it fixed, yet a new one costs $75...plus once you open one to change the battery, the case never goes back together correctly, and it loses its water-resistant properties.
You get what you pay for, and when you buy a Fossil, you are indeed buying a cheap, poorly made, easily replaceable, and very close to disoposable watch.