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Do you have a pen that will write on almost anything,that is your trusty stalwart? Something that writes checks, addresses envelopes, takes notes, does your journal - the one that gets the green jersey for "most consistent performance?"

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Pilot Vanishing Point with an XF nib, it writes on anything with any ink without ever feathering or bleeding through.

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Not a pen so much as an ink -- that would be either Noodler's Kung Te Cheng (which is kept in a Noodler's Konrad), or possibly Noodler's 54th Massachusetts (currently residing in the ebonite Konrad). One or the other of those inks are pretty much in constant rotation. KTC even works on Post-it Flags -- the only other ink I found that did that was Diamine Registrar's Blue-Black, but I didn't like it for other reasons. But not even KTC works on the write-on space on freezer bags :angry: -- I have to fall back on BPs for that.

If KTC didn't have behavior issues (it can get cloggy) I would consider putting it in my Plum 51 Demi. But since it does, and Aerometric fillers are harder to clean, it stays in a pen I can completely dissemble if necessary.

Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth

"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."

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for writing on plastic surfaces (like freezer bags, CD/DVD's, and so on), i fall back on a sharpie marker.

 

for labelling my backyard chickens' eggs with the dates they were laid, a mechanical pencil.

 

for everything else, there's my Hero 329 with Bulletproof Black.

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Wow, I never even thought of freezer bags, let alone eggs!

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Sharpie marker!

'The Yo-Yo maneuver is very difficult to explain. It was first perfected by the well-known Chinese fighter pilot Yo-Yo Noritake. He also found it difficult to explain, being quite devoid of English.

So we left it at that. He showed us the maneuver after a sort. B*****d stole my kill.'

-Squadron Leader K. G. Holland, RAF. WWII China.

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My Sailor fountain pen with a fine nib, when filled with Noodler's Black, can even write on newspaper without feathering.

 

I've yet to try it on a freezer bag though...

It's quite nice out here in the sunshine...

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