Ballpoint pen or Pencil?
If you are to write or draw something on a piece of paper, like a story or an article, do you prefer using a ballpoint pen or a pencil? Why? (This is something like a trivia on how to know a person)
Are you asking me what I would rather draw with? Pencil. I prefer to write with a ball point pen.
Personally, I prefer pen for writing and pencil for doodling. It is usually a pen in my hand, so if I think of something to draw so I remember a key point, I will also use pen for that. I can recall back in high school, my binders were full of doodling in pen, both inside and out. I suppose it is because a pen never needs sharpening, and the results last longer.
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