June 10, 2004

Dumb Pencil


-- Pencil Inventions

Posted by Vanderleun at June 10, 2004 12:01 PM
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I cant see anything wrong with that pencil.
All you have to do is cut it in half and you have
two great pencils. Right.

I mean, lets get creative here, the person who
made the pencil certainly did, he, I presume it
was a man, looked heavenward for a perfect idea
for a pencil, and he got a answer.

So, it was not what he expected, but we all do what we can do, and this is what he can do, we
must not make fun of him, after all, some people
just dont have enough lead in their pencil.

(MY keyboard is not behaving, so I am not able
to use the question mark and other little things
to make this note with proper grammer. Just
dont notice it, please)

Posted by: Carole at June 10, 2004 3:22 PM

Actually, seeing that the pencil has two soft, loving, gentle, nubbish and rubbable, it just might be the case that the person who invented it was a woman.

Posted by: Gerard Van der Leun at June 10, 2004 3:41 PM