This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of BIC 4-Color pen. All opinions are 100% mine.
BIC® is my favorite brand of pens.
What?! You won’t believe me?
Okay, okay—- here’s proof!
Ha! Now you believe me. 😉
These are my every day BIC® pens, but if I were to pick a pen for every use, I would go for a multi colored pen.
You know, the 4 Inseparable Colors in 1 Pen. 😉
These pens are life savers to me. I tend to buy a lot of pens, but I lose them along the way every time I switch purse, backpack, tote bag and other containers. Also, it gets tough to take notes and write flash cards and summaries when you have to look for pens everywhere!
I love BIC 4-Color pens because they’re so practical and I can just focus on my notes and writing, without having to worry about looking for pens I lost.
Also… LOL! You should look at the videomercials BIC® made for their multi colored pen. Promise not to fall off your chair, though. Heheh. 😛 Here they go:
Yes, I know. XD Hope you didn’t pee in your pants from too much laughing. Don’t they remind you of Teletubbies? LOL. Too cute.
BIC® gave each color a personality and a meaning, so the scene put me in a really good mood. 🙂
- Blue is for self appreciation. You know you’re important. 😉
- Green is for jealousy — but we should keep that to a healthy amount!
- Red is for all correct things, and it really donates things a hint of passion.
- Black hides secret dreams even though it shows as a plain color.
If Black is a nice person, then I’m more like Black (with a hint of Blue and Red)— I look plain and ordinary on the outside, but people who have known me for a while say I’m an extremely interesting person with a lot of talents.
So, these colorful guys are on Facebook and Twitter if you’re interested. LOL BIC® made them into character accounts and they’re so fun to follow. XD Hehe. The updates are fun and they have inspired me some character stories for later. You’ll see. 😉
I’m always busy with my freelance work and my studies, I take a gazillion of notes and can neve find things (I lose pens all the time!), so… all-in-one solutions are definitely my thing!
I got my first colored pen in 1st grade (22 years ago, WOW!).
And you? 🙂