When is the last time you cleared out your dead pens?
This is a pet peeve of mine, I'll admit that right up front, picking up a writing utensil and finding that it doesn't work. I observed many times someone trying to write with a pen, not getting any ink and Putting The Expired Pen Back into their supply of writing instruments. This makes no sense to me - Throw it Away!
Oh no! There is something sentimental about a pen that you've use to write a great poem, signed an important document or write a great story.....well maybe not so much...........
But personally I hat throwing out pens. Most of my pens are unusual or pretty so when they expire I keep them for souvenirs. I hate regular looking pens and I also am a pen thief! Now you know I am a pen fanatic.....lol
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