These were in my purse. My purse, mind you, not my briefcase.
Ten pens. Something is deeply wrong with me.
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A woman can not have too many good pens.
That doesn’t really seem strange to me. It’s the women who never have even one pen in their purse that confuse me. 🙂
The fact that most of them are the same type is a good sign. You are a person of habit, not a pen klepto.
Dear fellow pen whore:
Yeah, that’s about right! And you’ve got ones that are at least a joy to write with!
If I had a purse, I would have at least that many pens in it. There is nothing worse than needing a pen and not being able to find one.
How many of those pens actually write?
They ALL do, Gerry!
I hide my pens from the rest of my family like a miser, and they usually end up in the front pocket of my handbag…perfectly understandable behaviour…I like to have at least 5 or 6 on the go, you never know!
There is nothing wrong with you! I wish I had ANY pen in my purse. The purse is a place to put mulitiple pens because a) you always need one for something and b) people like me around you need to borrow them!
Oooh, the fancy kind! 🙂
I’ve got about as many pens in my purse, too.
Aaaah, a woman after my own heart. I am a pen hoarder as well.
I still don’t get the purse thing.
You have a lot of pens. Do you have a notepad or index card to write on? What good is one without the other? I sometimes write things in the dust on my dashboard of the car but that only works for a few weeks. Notepad and pens, wallet, knife, sometimes some Altoids..that’s what’s in my pockets. Ten pens? Maybe in my backpack but never in my pockets.
You Guys, the Pilot V pens are, hands-down, my all-time favorite. I buy the razor point, extra fine in packs of ten. Love. Them.
I don’t always have paper, Laurie, but there’s always the back of a hand.
Auntie, I never got the purse thing until a few years ago. I kind of like having some important stuff with me all the time, though the wallet often comes out with me and the rest of the purse stays in the car.
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