Do you prefer to write with black or blue ink, or do you not have a preference?

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  1. CatsPage profile image76
    CatsPageposted 6 years ago

    Do you prefer to write with black or blue ink, or do you not have a preference?

    School will begin soon and many will be purchasing school supplies.  When you buy pens do you buy a pack of blue or black ink, or both.  Believe it or not, I know people that prefer to write one or the other.

  2. Mercia Collins profile image69
    Mercia Collinsposted 6 years ago

    I buy both black and blue ink - Black for official and business correspondence, and blue for personal correspondence. I always think black ink is too fierce for personal correspondence.

    At school I always tried to use black for maths and science, which I hated, and blue for English, History, and domestic science which I loved. Strange I know, but it would be a boring world if we were all the same.

  3. Robert Rankine profile image60
    Robert Rankineposted 6 years ago

    Hi. An old history teacher forced us all to bring in fountain pens and use blue ink. Anyone caught with a biro or pencil was in trouble (and a troll hanging off the end of either was a hangable offence) and it's something I have kept up since. My handwriting is worse with a biro so whenever I need to write anything formal it's back to the trusty blue ink fountain pen.

  4. melbelle profile image60
    melbelleposted 6 years ago

    When I was in school, it depended on the instructor - some preferred black while others preferred blue.  Since I haven't been in school for "a while" now, I use whatever I can find, black, blue, purple, pink, green, etc.

  5. alyssabarron profile image76
    alyssabarronposted 6 years ago

    For some reason, unknown to myself or anyone else that I know, I absolutely dislike using the classic blue pen.  I generally always use a black pen, or a mechanical pencil.  Sometimes, for class notes I color code them with brighter colored pens, but never the general blue.

  6. profile image48
    henrydixonposted 5 years ago

    The blue and black inks are the darkest ink ever, While the paper is lighter. So these inks are better for the writing and printing.
    I ever use the needham-ink for printing and it is very nice.


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