BIC pens

susanalbumparty
pens
stationery

#1

Which is your favourite? Fine, for me, Clive


#2

checks watch


#3

Nearly there, m9


#4

Not entirely sure what the difference between the clear and smoky plastic ones is beyond slightly smoky plastic.


#5

Got a branded one of these on the go at the moment:

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#6

was always well jealous of poeple with those at school. Although I did put them in the same group as people who put everything in plastic wallets - ie. neat freak idiots with too much time on their hands.

May have been my stationery jealousy talking

Q - if teachers on twitter spell stationery/stationary wrong should I correct them?

  • Yes, how else will they learn?
  • Nah, leave it
  • Yes but privately
  • Don’t give a fudge mate

0 voters


#7

You should complement them on there spelling.


#8

The first commercial ballpoint pens sold for hella cash. Wikipedia reckons the original price was equivalent to $166 in today’s money.


#9

There was a kid in my science lesson at school who’d always gnaw on pens like a demented beaver and several times all the ink would explode down his face but he never learned. Also used to eat a raw onion like an apple at break time. And he had weirdly long fingernails that he’d tap on the desk. It was a real treat sitting next to him. I often think about him.

Thanks for listening


#10

And now he’s a mod on the UKs premier music website.

Actually, if he’s going to Oz - will he be relinquishing mod duties?


#11

Nightmod.


#12

Go for the orange fellas with BIC every time, but given full freedom I’m a fan of these badboys
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#13

(Shame it’s such a by-numbers POS from them.)


#14

It’s really a very simple website to use Theo
Oh I’ve done myself here


#15

Tantalising close to running down my work Bic completely:

Rarely run one out before breaking/losing it. Started to get protective of it now as a result…


#16

feels like a slightly softer grip


#17

night modding we’re night modding
we’re what’s happenin


#18


#19

Fookin sexy poll m8


#20

I dunno if I made this thread before or just thought about making it but how far (in KMs please) do you think a standard BIC could draw a continuous line for?