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    I often write on the palm of my hands to remember stuff so i won't forget about it however my teacher told me i shouldn't :/ Is there anything wrong with writing on your hands?
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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    I often write on the palm of my hands to remember stuff so i won't forget about it however my teacher told me i shouldn't :/ Is there anything wrong with writing on your hands?
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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    I often write on the palm of my hands to remember stuff so i won't forget about it however my teacher told me i shouldn't :/ Is there anything wrong with writing on your hands?
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    Your hand must be clean otherwise you may reported even if what is written is irrelevant
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    (Original post by M14B)
    Yes
    Your hand must be clean otherwise you may reported even if what is written is irrelevant
    Im not talking about exams haha , just in general!
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    It doesnt last, it smidges and id be more concerned the ink permeates your skin. Try a small notebook instead.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    It doesnt last, it smidges and id be more concerned the ink permeates your skin. Try a small notebook instead.
    Okay its just that im very messy and forget where i put stuff very easily so i just write a note on my hands or something!
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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    Okay its just that im very messy and forget where i put stuff very easily so i just write a note on my hands or something!
    I woulnt worry, just dont think it is very effective and over time its no a good habit to have all that ink presumably being absorved into your skin?
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    I woulnt worry, just dont think it is very effective and over time its no a good habit to have all that ink presumably being absorved into your skin?
    Ahh yeah true , i havent done it before , but recently i just forget bits of stuff thats why! Anyways thankss
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    i was hoping for kid INK lol :lol:
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    Well… I always do it, I'm still here.
    But are you?? Are you sure everything on here hasn't just been pre-programmed to say stuff for you... photoshop has eradicated your life... you were playing with it too much and not revising...

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    i was hoping for kid INK lol :lol:
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