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    They are bloody brilliant but very spurned nowadays however gradually becoming more savant to the students. What are your favourite fountain pens or why do you not use fountain pens you absolute basket case go crack your head on a brick.
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    Lamy
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    In most european countries they use fountain pens instead of stupid biro pens like in England!
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    I used to use a fountain pen at school. :moon: Now I use a pencil because I always make mistakes.
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    Best pen you can get for writing fast, comfortably and legibly. The jetsream ink is amazing.
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    Does anyone use Dip Pens, im considering as Charles Dickens used those and he is amazing
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    (Original post by hxfsxh)
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    They are horrid
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    I love them so much, I write so much better and faster with them.
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    (Original post by hxfsxh)
    Lamy
    They are horrid
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    I use a Parker fountain pen, have had the same one since I was 16 (I'm 23 now)
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    (Original post by Dawg_Money_2)
    They are bloody brilliant but very spurned nowadays however gradually becoming more savant to the students. What are your favourite fountain pens or why do you not use fountain pens you absolute basket case go crack your head on a brick.
    :eek4:
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    i do have a fountain pen that i use when my ballpoint runs out
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    both are montblancs
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    Love the Waterman Amber carene fountain pen, want to get the montblanc star walker red gold resin. I'm a fountain pen enthusiast.
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    You are quite the charmer.
    For all you know I could be the most avid user of fountain pens in the world. Lmao.
    Using fountain pens won't fix your godawful writing style and inability to punctuate. :console:
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    I use a regular whsmith one because the ink cartridges are cheaper and good quality
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    (Original post by Mr Hyde(r))
    Love the Waterman Amber carene fountain pen, want to get the montblanc star walker red gold resin. I'm a fountain pen enthusiast.
    We are now friends and you do not need to break your head. Are you into vintage pens?
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    (Original post by hxfsxh)
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    I love LAMY :love:
    I've used them for 4 years and love them after writing in fountain pens for 6 years (almost 7).:proud:
    Me and my friend collect them now lmao :jive:
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    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    You are quite the charmer.
    For all you know I could be the most avid user of fountain pens in the world. Lmao.
    Using fountain pens won't fix your godawful writing style and inability to punctuate. :console:
    I am sorry but you write without oscitation and will dwell into the corners of a wheelie bin
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    (Original post by Dawg_Money_2)
    We are now friends and you do not need to break your head. Are you into vintage pens?
    Not so much the vintage pens but I am familiar with the really flexible nibs they used to use
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    (Original post by Dawg_Money_2)
    I'm sorry but "LMAO" you might as well delibrate yourself from the world as you are worthless and will make nothing in this world
    What century are you from? :erm:
    'Delibrate' is an obsolete term which was used to refer to the stripping off of bark from a tree... :eyeball:
 
 
 
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