The Last Pen You'll Ever Need

This is the fist post that I am making recommending a product. The reason I am doing this is because  I spend way too much time researching products and trying out a bunch of bullshit before finding a piece of gold...I want to share that knowledge with you to help you avoid the pain of buying a product and being completely disappointed with it. That's actually kind of bullshit... Honestly, I just want to justify all the time and money I spend online reading 100 reviews about which pen, wallet, or phone case is best. But that's irrelevant. Let's get into it-

Let me share a story with you. When the USA started going into space, they realized that they needed to develop a writing device that was able to write in zero gravity. They spent $1.5 million dollars creating the astronaut pen. Their astronauts could now write in space, and it cost less than $2 million!!! You know what the Russians did? They took pencils. 

However, if the USA wasn't so reckless with their funds, we wouldn't have the Fisher Space Pen. The last pen you will ever need. The model that I have been using for a few years is the Fisher Bullet Space Pen. Not only can you write in zero g, but you can also write under water, over grease, or at any angle. Of course I have completed absolutely zero of these tasks, but it's nice to have the option. 

The reason I love this pen is how small and reliable it is. It is incredibly easy to keep in your front pocket, and it doesn't seem to get in the way. There are no sharp points that poke holes in your pocket and you don't have to worry about the pen leaking or worry that it will not write.

As someone who was a bank teller for almost two years, this pen saved me on multiple occasions, and now that I am just a jerk who has a terrible memory, it is incredibly beneficial to carry a small notebook in my back pocket and  a pen in my front to take notes of important to do lists, or jokes, or anything that I should not forget, but inevitably will.

It should also be noted that this pen is guaranteed by Fisher, so if you have any malfunctions or defects with your pen, you just send it back and they will either repair it or replace it at no cost to you other then the shipping cost to send it to them. I suppose you could be like the Russians and just carry a pencil with you, but then you'll need to bring a pencil sharpener and you'll constantly be poking yourself with that bullshit sharp point. I guess what I am saying with this post is, if you write things down, write them with this pen! 

Get yours HERE!!!