Thursday, April 22, 2010

my pen

All the pens I have ever used usually will last only for a week or two. Either I lose it (by mere carelessness or someone steals it) or the ink dries out even if  the ink is still full. If I buy the pricey & well-known branded pens, same thing happens. So I just go for the cheap ones.

However, this is the first time in history that I was able to fully used my pen’s ink.

See? Fully consumed.

I think I’m better now in keeping an eye on my things… or Pilot Pens just become better. 

1 comment:

Ktynnz said...

We do experience the same fate. This is also the reason why I borrow pens then never return it. Hehe. I then realized that a borrowed pen will fight its life till the very end. HAHA!

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