A term used in the watch collecting community to refer to scuffs, scratches, and wear to a watches bracelet received while sitting at an office desk. These marks are considered normal wear and tear and are usually received while typing as the bracelet rubs the desk. The term comes from the popularity of diving watches that are worn not for diving purposes, but for aesthetic ones in the office.
This watch looks brand new except for some desk diving marks on the bracelet.
by watchguy23 September 15, 2008
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Diving under a co-workers desk in order to partake in various carnal acts.
"Melanie and I started out with a very professional meeting to discuss this quarter's earnings. But, she looked so damn hot, I ended up desk diving her."
by mvernon February 04, 2009
The action performed by a person, usually an on-site IT technician, of installing or disconnecting cables for a desktop personal computer.
I've been desk diving all morning. I had four PCs to install.
by Bosco56 December 18, 2009