- n. Plural form of ballpoint.
“The first day ballpoints went on sale in the United States, they were guaranteed to write for two years without refilling, and were instantly sold out at a cost of $12.50 each.”
“Yet, at home I have a glass calligraphic pen (Venetian), other calligraphy pens that use nibs to be dipped in ink or come with a cartridge, as well as ballpoints, felt pens and pencils.”
“Good ballpoints don't leak, and laptops make writing even easier.”
“I usually end up writing with felts because they dry quickly while ballpoints smudge too damn easily, leaving lefties like myself with blue/black hands.”
“The first thing my boss did was add a chain to ours, like the ballpoints in some banks, so no one would walk off with it.”
“The ballpoints, apparently sentient life forms, theory has it, when left unattended,return to their planet of origin “where they knew they could enjoy a uniquely ballpoint-oidlife-style, responding to highlyballpoint-oriented stimuli, and generally leading the ballpoint equivalent to the good life.””
“It's so much more elegant than my method of whatever happens to be in the pen or my affection for purloined hotel ballpoints.”
“Does anyone recall the old-fashioned black and chrome trimmed ballpoints with Skilcraft – U.S.”
“Cube monkeys usually grab ballpoints, managers go for the rolling ball gel pens and CEOs favor fountain pens, because they don't write all that much.”
“The lab rats say the ink is consistent with the chemical makeup of mass-produced ballpoints manufactured from 1991 through 1999.”
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