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Great pen. Tell me about *your* pens.
I advise you to get in contact with xylopwn.
my parade. rained on.
not piss all over your thread. I'm on my phone and retyping shit is a pain.
Feeling low about my pen thread today
Bic biros are all you need.
i dont use them now. Who the hell actually uses a pen generally anymore? I don't think I've written anything down on paper for months...
But it was a great pen to learn with as a kid.
Also I enjoy the name Pigma
It says 'Unitedpharmacies.com'. It leaves a nice deep scratch on the paper. I need a scratchy pen.
I find the 'clip' section on the pen cap particularly useful for digging wax out of my ear with due to the curved edge (no sharp corners) and the slightly scalloped cross section, which allows for maximum scoopage.
You can then store the collected wax in your drawer on a post-it note, ready to smear on your bosses mouse when he's out of the room. Later on in the day, he will not be able to figure out why his right hand stinks.
though all of the most recent pack I bought have either run out or been lost / stolen. So I'm currently using one that has been taken from a Thistle Hotel.
King of pens.
My handwriting was/is so bad that I was never promoted up to those pens and had to stick with a pencil. If I saw one of those pens now I'd probably smash it up.
that weighed at least half a ton and cost more than the desktop computer I was using at the time. Git.
King of everyday pens. There's a bit of pen-to-pen variance, but a good one makes writing luxurious.
Whenever I see one on a colleague's desk I get a bit twitchy, 'cos it's almost certainly one of mine. Once stood nervously on the edge of a conversation for a good 2-3 minutes so I could get my pen back from the person who'd "inadvertently" picked it up instead of theirs.
Unbelievable writing experience.