I can see right away--you're going to be a splendid addition to our little community--such and insightful and knowledgable young man, and a veritable Sherlock Holmes to my Moriarty! Yet there were some holes in your logic--for instance, assuming I must smoke because my avatar smokes, is a connection that demonstrates a level of literal gullibility you may have to work on going forward. That would be akin to me assuming you were a green person with a large letter "D" stamped on your forehead.
Let's see if I can do better!
Your struggles with the English language (both speaking and writing it) mark you as a victim of a shoddy American education. Your suggestion that I might have been involved in the teaching profession, indicates a certain disdain for that vocation. Taken together, I might deduce a history of scholastic difficulties related in part to your learning disability, but also, one assumes to a significant bullying problem (one assumes you were both a victim and a perpetrator), some of which may have been due to certain abbreviated, or shortened, shall we say, modes of student transportation?
Your reliance on cliché expressions and typing "IDK" rather than "I don't know" pegs you as a lazy young person (but aren't they all?). Your reference to celebrities of color (Ray Fontaine and Beyonce) are further indications of your age, preference for contact sports and bad music. Where your comments digress into areas of sexual identity and projection, one senses this to be an area of profound confusion, frustration, and underlying hostility for you. All of which are areas best explored on forums other than this one.
Your suggestion that people who enjoy collecting watches do so at great folly and expense, indicates a rather superficial appreciation of the malady. Very few of us here need to go into debt to participate in MD's watch drops. Your mention of "fashion watches" suggests you may have initially come to Watches for the wrong reasons, and have recently realized the error--hence your attempts at participation on this site.
In short, I picture you as an easy person to spot in a crowd: short with a bad haircut, wearing a tacky watch and dressed badly! Fortunately for you, MD can help you in at least one of those categories. All you have to do read, listen and learn--while speaking and writing a good deal less.