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    They have served me a great deal during GCSEs and stayed strong for a bit into AS Biology. You notice how the writing is faded for a bit, then it seems fine then it completely stops functioning. Annoying when you're in the zone, but RIP blue pen #6563 and #6564.
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    why would you use blue pen? ewwww
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    why would you use blue pen? ewwww
    What's wrong blue pens?
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    why would you use blue pen? ewwww
    why so fascist?
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    why would you use blue pen? ewwww
    I use a blue pen because I am left handed and blue pens don't smudge on my hand for some reason...
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    ring binder folders which broke if I put too many notes in them... um I thought that is what ringbinders are for...


    AND the student planner high school gave everybody, however there wasn't enough space in the daily section to write down your set homework tasks because each task consisted of a paragraph which used the entire two pages of the planner, what about the other 4 subjects we could get hwk in its only lesson 1!!

    see what I mean? there was never enough space...
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    What's worse is when that happens to highlighters.

    Sharpie highlighters dry out really quickly. Stabilo all the way.
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    AND the student planner high school gave everybody, however there wasn't enough space in the daily section to write down your set homework tasks because each task consisted of a paragraph which used the entire two pages of the planner, what about the other 4 subjects we could get hwk in its only lesson 1!!

    see what I mean? there was never enough space...
    You thought that was bad, we have Saturday school and Saturday only gets 2 lines in those!




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    Try a fountain pen, it will improve your handwriting too.
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    ring binder folders which broke if I put too many notes in them... um I thought that is what ringbinders are for...


    AND the student planner high school gave everybody, however there wasn't enough space in the daily section to write down your set homework tasks because each task consisted of a paragraph which used the entire two pages of the planner, what about the other 4 subjects we could get hwk in its only lesson 1!!

    see what I mean? there was never enough space...
    I somewhat have naturally large handwriting, so I'd hate that as well.
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    ring binder folders which broke if I put too many notes in them... um I thought that is what ringbinders are for...


    AND the student planner high school gave everybody, however there wasn't enough space in the daily section to write down your set homework tasks because each task consisted of a paragraph which used the entire two pages of the planner, what about the other 4 subjects we could get hwk in its only lesson 1!!

    see what I mean? there was never enough space...

    i have that planner as well, i love those random facts :rofl:
 
 
 
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