May 28, 2010 at 02:58:12 May 28, 2010 @ 02:58
dope. how do i translate those sites?
Rollerball and ballpoint are the same thing.
no they aren't. ball point pens use oil based inks and rollerballs use water/liquid inks. Rollerballs are smoother and bleed into the paper the same way a fountain pen would. Rollerballs were designed to be a more friendly to use version of the fountain pen.
lol, you don't know how lame you just sounded. I can sign shit equivalent to what you're probably signing with a fucking Crayola, no neon pink.
Oh, and nice job adding the "free" part when I didn't even mention anything about price. It really justified why you're discussing the perks of a pen. Whatever though.
Originally posted by Inactive Userhe's just saying you're lame for talking about the perks of a pen.
We talk about way more asinine material then pens on this forum. I just don't see the need for hate.
Originally posted by Inactive Usernot to sound like a dick, but what's more asinine? shirts,jackets,pants,shoes? no way that's more asinine than a pen?
Comparison between material things are relative. But if you want to play that game I can make the statement that considering you only need 1 pen in life and I'm assuming you need a little bit of a clothing arsenal unless you want to be viewed as a grimy, stinky kid, most would understand the need for a solid. Now with this in mind there are too many variables and this is dependent on the individual hence why I said it is relative.
Originally posted by Inactive Userbreaking some new ground there Copernicus.
Originally posted by Inactive Userlol i just got called whopper.
Originally posted by Inactive Userlol did i just get called whopper again?
Correction, you were called a "little" whopper. A full-sized whopper is a deletable hamburger that is served at Burger King fast-food restaurants. A little whopper, also know as Whopper Jr., references a smaller, almost obsolete version of the original. This analogy was used to reference your naive behavior as such. Good day.
rollerball is a bit pointier i think...but anyways i'm not really into this shit it was kinda one of those things that i could buy now and still use later...but do you think i should just forget about it? i've already picked up a more realistic pen to write with since i'm already afraid of losing it.
got this coming in the mail
Originally posted by Inactive Userinvoice or ducktales