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Any 1 recommend pens for long response subjects? i got shit pens and there slow to write with, any suggestions?

yea i am bored
 

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MA AHA HA the besy pen ever to write with is the one our school gave us as a graduation "present"...but the pink papermate breast cancer pens are easy to write with... was the point of this thread just to procrastinate and am I making a complete fool of myself...meh I dont care I do that anyway....my printer died


BTW do we need to use black pens cos all my black pens ran out and I shall be at my desk all day tomoro thus no chance of going out and buying new pens...:confused:
 

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wtf i thought there was a thread on this already ?
anyhow =D i go with what i said earlier. BIC =D
 

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Fish Sauce said:
Uniball ftw
arent they the real gelly 1's?

xclusv2bhung said:
wtf i thought there was a thread on this already ?
anyhow =D i go with what i said earlier. BIC =D
they similar to the papermate kilometrico 1's?
 

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FromDeeEast said:
arent they the real gelly 1's?


they similar to the papermate kilometrico 1's?
uhh , theres a huge range of BICs lol , and nah theyre quite different - most of them are a lot thicker.
 

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FromDeeEast said:
arent they the real gelly 1's?
Yep. I don't use them usually because they bleed through but in an exam I can write way faster when I use them and the bleeding doesn't matter.
 

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use bic smoothie! it goes so smooth and fast :D its got a tri-grip also
 

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trust me use a pilot rexigrip, its thick so u can get a good grip on it, its plastic so its light and its smoooth as for those epic fast writtingz, i spent many a hours testing pens out cause i needed everage advantage i could get for english seeing as my capabilities in teh actualy subject are soo poor
 

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elseany said:
trust me use a pilot rexigrip, its thick so u can get a good grip on it, its plastic so its light and its smoooth as for those epic fast writtingz, i spent many a hours testing pens out cause i needed everage advantage i could get for english seeing as my capabilities in teh actualy subject are soo poor
is it really thick? cause i get cramps from thick pens lol. i might go news agents tomorrow and have a look.
 

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I was going to make a thread about this last night, but the server was so overcrowded it was killing me.

Where are other threads about pens?

Or give more replies!

I'll go search anyway.
 

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I use a pink breastcancer parker pen... it's quite heavy but it flows like nothing you would ever believe! And that's without being a gel pen.
 

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i am ridiculously obsessed with finding thin pens.... i search endlessly for perfect fine pens... the best i have found is the uni SA-S fine
 

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wheres the other thread on this? i cant find it either.
btw, wats the average amount u can write either those pens for 40mins?
 

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Originality said:
wheres the other thread on this? i cant find it either.
btw, wats the average amount u can write either those pens for 40mins?
It's the shopping list thread i believe.

Re-phrase your question. Which pens are you talking about?
 

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When it comes to pens in exams, quantity, not quality!

Go down to Big W and buy a 50 pack of bic pens. Cheap, and reliable. Sure you'll look like a bit of a dickhead having pens all over your desk, but you'll be the one laughing when someone runs out of ink with their inspector-gadget-super-pen.
 

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