"I bought this pen (in error, evidently) to write my reports of each day's tree felling activities in my job as a lumberjack. It is no good. It slips from between my calloused, gnarly fingers like a gossamer thread gently descending to earth between two giant redwood trunks." ★☆☆☆☆ Mr Spluffypants
"I tried these on a whim, and I have to say I wasn't very impressed. The applicator mechanism is far too fiddly, and the plastic tampon inside far too thin (not to mention uncomfortable and non-absorbent) -- I'm sure there must be a knack to using them, but I couldn't find it. They also stained my knickers blue for some reason." ★★★☆☆ Mrs. J. Willis "Jane W"
"……… I really can't work out what to do with this product. It doesn't seem to work at all. Where am I supposed to put the batteries?" ★☆☆☆☆ WashRinseRepeat
"These are absolutely rubbish at hair removal. Would not buy again. Now my legs and pits are really overgrown and I'm worried everyone will think I'm a feminist." ★☆☆☆☆ Kirsten T. Elliott "jessiethecat"
"I think this item is extremely sexist. As a straight woman with loads of gay friends who are proud to be pink, I think the description of a pink pen as being for women is offensive to them. And what about all the women who hate pink? BIC should be ashamed." ★★★★★ perfectprettypinkpuffballpeta
"With my special 'woman's hands', made useless as a geisha's feet with carbuncled rings and glittery acrylic nails, I have found the perfectprettypinkpuffballpen. Soft-as-swansdown and scented like kitten-wee (kittens force-fed-violet-and-rose-creams-like-veal), my joined-up-writing now benefits from daisies dotting the i's and love-hearts for full stops. My literary life would be made perfect if BIC could now invent a pen that doesn't even touch my petal skin but hovers in my lilac-stroking, Flake-posting paws like the badly-drawn butterflies that hover over my much-practised-yet-effortless-signature. XXXXXX"
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