Thin or thick, long or short, which one you want in a pen?

@zearah (5289)
Philippines
June 27, 2009 9:52am CST
My small bro, loves to write letters and figures, since he was in grade-one, he always got the no.1, now he's in grade two, he want his pencil in two, 1 that is short and thick, and the other 1 that is thin and long, with these he says he could write with no wrong! How about you, what pen you want? ^_^
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10 responses
@narainsa (25)
• India
28 Jun 09
personally i dont like writing... now that ive started typing... but if asked... i go for a thin and long... easier to hold... however i guess artists prefer short and thick... as it gives them more control on the intensity and the angle... had talked to an artist once who used to do that...
@zearah (5289)
• Philippines
28 Jun 09
Hi narainsa@_@! Oh, that artist I guess was once you've been good friends! Okay, so now I know a pen thick and short has something to do. I had wonder who would use this short and thick pen I think would be worst! I wish we two could also be good friends here in mylot to talk a lot. Thank you for participating here! Happy mylotting ^_^!
@RieRie (822)
27 Jun 09
I mostly just like pens, I have lots of different kinds, but I think I prefer thin ones, they're usually easier to write with
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@zearah (5289)
• Philippines
28 Jun 09
Yeah it's easy to write your pen is right! And a pen that is thin is such a goo kind!^_^! Thank you for participating here@_@! Happy mylotting^_^!
@irahat (90)
• Pakistan
27 Jun 09
well!! i like the art work so I want a cut pencil and in pens I prefer ball points which was generally medium in size and thin. In my school days I like ink pens the most.
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@zearah (5289)
• Philippines
27 Jun 09
Hmmmm keep your pen hide or you will never know that anyone might get and use your fave pen! ^_^ Thank you for participating here@_@ Happy mylotting@_@
@abanerji (1026)
• India
27 Jun 09
i like to write with a thin and regular size pen. when the grip of the pen is good thent he hand writing is also good and the speed of writing is also good.
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@zearah (5289)
• Philippines
27 Jun 09
Hi abanerji @_@, so you mean the result and the speed will also depend on the grip of the pen^_^! He he he I am a she!@_@!. Thank you for participating here@_@! Happy mylotting^_^
@threnos (216)
• Canada
27 Jun 09
I really like thin pens. They can handle details smaller. However, I'm a fan of all different types of writing utensils. I'm an artist and find that a wide variety helps me with my work.
@zearah (5289)
• Philippines
27 Jun 09
Oh! That's an interesting story, so you're an artist hmmmm@_@! Well thank you very much for responding here^_^! Happy mylotting!^_^
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@rainmark (4307)
27 Jun 09
When i was in grade 1 i got that short and thick black pencil, i don't really undestand why most of grade 1 students got the same pencil maybe it durable and hard to break lolz. But for me, i prefer the long and thin pencil, my fav brand was mongol no.2 hehee. cheers.
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@zearah (5289)
• Philippines
27 Jun 09
Hmmmm you're naming a brand he he he, well due to comfortableness, yes! a thin pen would be a good pen and to easy write a word! @_@ Thank you for participating here^_^ Happy mmmylotting*_*
@Sandra1952 (6052)
• Spain
27 Jun 09
I like a thin point to my pen, for elegant writing. However, as I have arthritis in my hands, I find it easier to write with a pen with a thick, rubberised barrel. Funnily enough, I found the perfect combination in one of the 'Pound Shops' in England, where I could buy 4 pens for just £1, so I stocked up. It also has to be black ink, as if you have to photocopy anything, black shows up better than blue, and most official forms require you to fill them in in black.
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• India
27 Jun 09
I love pens that are thin. I find that i write better when i write with thin pens. Thin pens are easier to handle and better to write with
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• India
27 Jun 09
I like thin pens better. I find that i can write better with pens i thin pens. It is easier to handle a thin pen.
@zearah (5289)
• Philippines
27 Jun 09
Hello siddharthjeevan^_^, i guess you hold your pen so tight that cause your words double typed! Please take a look so you could check, whether the pen you hold is correct! Thank you for reponding@_@ Happy holding your thin pen while you're here in mylot!^_^
• India
27 Jun 09
I'm sooo sorry. I had a internet problem. I didn't know the comments were posted. I'm so sorry.
@zearah (5289)
• Philippines
27 Jun 09
He he he! It's ok as you want a thin pen, me i have wide pad, you can write it there and everywhere@_@, i guess you already did, 'coz it's there the 3rd on followed. Thank you for participating! Happy mylotting^_^
• India
27 Jun 09
I like pens that are thin better. I find that i can write better with pens that are long and thin. It is easier to handle a thinner pen as it is easier to grip