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Recycled Pencil Sampler

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Pencils are made out of all sorts of reclaimed materials: paper, tires, fabric, plastic - you name it. And why not? But to try each type is a lot of pencils. This would be a sampler with 3 recycled pencils of each type, bound with a recycled paper ribbon touting their specialness.
bungston, Oct 01 2010


       Hmmm. Not unreasonable, and probably not even impossible.   

       However, I find myself slightly underwhelmed by the idea of packaging three recycled pencils together.   

       Perhaps it is because my soul is jaded.
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 01 2010

       And you hate Mother Earth.   

       We could add a fourth pencil.
bungston, Oct 01 2010

       Adding a fourth pencil would tip the balance for me.
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 01 2010

       Whew! I thought you people would never settle this argument.   

       That fourth pencil did it for me. And the special ribbon. (I'm such a pushover.) Bun.
Boomershine, Oct 02 2010

       You have all misread the idea. It says 3 of each type, not one of each of three types. 3 each of paper, tires, fabric, plastic and you name it (the last presumably some kind of unidentifiable toxic sludge) makes 15 pencils in the pack.   

       I would prefer one each of 3 (or 4) types.
pocmloc, Oct 02 2010

       Ah, but then it would not be a sampler, would it?   

       I think a feasibility study is needed before we can really comment further on this scheme.
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 02 2010

       By 'sampler' I thought [bungston] meant 2" stubs of each, not whole pencils. That would make it a sampler, would it not?
Boomershine, Oct 02 2010


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