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My Top 10 Favorites

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At Pen Boutique I have seen it all when it comes to pen. I have seen the good, the bad and the ugly, and while it is easy to pick out the rotten of the lot, it is never easy to pick out a favorite. Well, the list of good pens does run longer than the list of bad. But even if it were otherwise, the task of picking out the top 10 favorite pens would have been tough. At least it is for me, because I have always felt that my decision would hurt “the feelings” (of course, I...

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Fisher Space Cap-O-Matic Paired With Maglite Flashlight Chrome or Black Plated Ballpoint Pen

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The temperature is 250 degrees Fahrenheit, its pitch dark and only thing you can see is the color created by God and hated by humans, and you are upside down in a container trying to avoid an eye contact with alien. You want to write a message in a sheet of paper and throw it to the next space vessel ,from which you got separated, that would probably save mankind. Wish you had a pen that could just write here in space !!!!Couple of days back….You are all packed to go for the space mission. You pass fitness test, get...

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Celebrate Mothers Day with Pen Boutique

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At no initial point are you aware of your mother’s presence. There is no moment in time where you consciously acknowledge her existence – she is there the moment you enter this world, and no matter how long or short your time together is, she remains a permanent, immovable fixture in your life. No matter what transpires between the two of you, you both are connected by an unbreakable familial bond – a bond that does not necessarily have to be for a birth mother. Adopted mothers, stepmothers, grandmothers, and other mother figures in general can all inspire feelings of...

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Black friday and Pen Boutique

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Originally, Black Friday had nothing to do with shopping. Nothing at all. In fact, the very first records of the name refer to the US financial crisis in 1869 which had to do with the New York Gold Exchange. It was not until 1966 that Philadelphia’s Police Department gave it to the Friday following Thanksgiving Day due to the increase in traffic jams, over-crowded sidewalks and stores being mobbed from opening to closing. I don’t believe anything has ever been so aptly named as the day that brings an almost overbearing feeling of foreboding and obligation to each and every...

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