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  • kenju

    September 25, 2005 at 8:44 am

    What is it about black ink you hate? I prefer it.

    I am a little obsessive-compulsive about writing lists and proposals and the like. One error has me reaching for a new, chean sheet of paper. WHY??

  • Catherine

    September 25, 2005 at 9:26 am

    Had to laugh about your feeling compelled to rewrite notes. When I was in first grade, included in our packets of annual school pictures was an autograph book. We all eagerly exchanged photos for inclusion in each other’s books and signed our names (or rather printed them, since we hadn’t learned cursive yet). Well, if a friend’s handwriting didn’t meet my standards, I erased their signature and rewrote it myself.

    How obsessive-compulsive is THAT?!

  • Gypsybobocowgirl

    September 25, 2005 at 12:36 pm

    I understand the need for the right writing tools…New pens were what got me through nursing school. Sometimes pink, sometimes purple, not scratchy–just very satisfying. Colored paper was also a big turn-on.

  • I’m with you on the gel pen in blue! Thankfully, the tendancy these days is they like blue so can tell the original from copies.

    I just LIKE it better. 🙂


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