The Kmart Pens

Hands up if you hear “400 Oak St” whenever Kmart is mentioned.

My previous role was not a lot of interaction with other staff members. Of course you would say hi, but I wasn’t in the same room with them for hours at a time. For an Aspie that can be challenging but I am at a place now where I have done a lot of work on that and I am getting along ok.

One of the other ladies had been to Kmart and bought some gorgeous glitter pens for $3. Not to be outdone in the sparkle department, I headed off that very same day to investigate further, and purchased one $3 pen. It turns out these pens write beautifully, you twist them to bring the nib out which I am a huge fan of, and the metal heats up in my pocket so whenever I pull it out to use it, it is lovely and warm.

Once I experienced how lovely these pens were, I decided to return and buy a few more. I am giving these pens the Snoskred Sparkly Stamp Of Approval because not only are they sparkly but they really perform great as a pen and they are decidedly Down Money for the quality you are getting. ;)

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3 thoughts on “The Kmart Pens

  1. They do look pretty, but I’ve just picked up a box of fifty Bic’s from Officeworks, so can’t really justify going out for more pens. It’s a good thing K-Mart is two bus rides away or I might be tempted to get just one.

  2. I am a huge fan of pens. Hubby buys a brand I like by the gross! I go through them very quickly as I handwrite my journal every day. You are fortunate to have found a lovely pen you like. Hopefully your Kmart will stay in business. Ours have all closed.

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