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It's your party! What ink would you want to receive or buy on your birthday? This can include any discontinued or LE inks you've always wanted too.

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Crates of Bung Boxes since they're too hard to get and too expensive here.

 

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All the J. Herbin 1670 inks.

 

If I were inviting LOTS of friends, I could come up with many more...lol.

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I would buy a bottle of Kingdom Note Lidth's Jay. I'm using the last of my samples now. I think I will also be acquiring a few more KWZIs, perhaps BungBox Mother's Pink and the lovely JustWrite concentrates especially Barrier Reef Blue.

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All the sailor inks to ever exist. :)

 

Specific: Sailor 2010 LE winter inks

Irori and yuki-akari

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Sailor Sakura-Mori and Irori.

Maruzen Nihombashi Sakura, Midori, and Kirin.

Noodler's Tahitian Pearl.

more MB Racing Green so I don't have to hoard mine so zealously.

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KWZI Grey Plum.

KWZI Honey.

vintage Quink Permanent Violet (yes I have some but that's why I want more...).

vintage Skrip Peacock (what I said about the Quink -- only MORE so... :drool:).

Parker Penman Sapphire.

 

And for giggles, I'll throw in one that I don't think exists, sadly: an unscented version of De Atramentis Patchouli; great color but smelled awful (and not a bit like patchouli at all).

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It's your party! What ink would you want to receive or buy on your birthday? This can include any discontinued or LE inks you've always wanted too.

♫ ". . . . You would buy, too, if it were PR DC Supershow Blue." ♫

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I would very much like to try Bung Box Sweet Potato Purple. I doubt it would become my "ONLY" purple BUT it is the "not knowing" that makes it so desirable.

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♫ ". . . . You would buy, too, if it were PR DC Supershow Blue." ♫

 

Hahaha... Sasha, you just made my day!

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But now it's Mr. Pink's turn to buy, Mr. Pink's turn to buy, Buy aye, cuz . . . . .

 

Nah, I'd rather just give some away for my birthday.

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I wouldn't mind a bottle of MB Winter Glow. It's one of the nicer reds they've made.

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Sailor's please . . . all of them! Or if that is too hard, I will take all of the Caran d'Ache inks.

"Today will be gone in less than 24 hours. When it is gone, it is gone. Be wise, but enjoy! - anonymous today

 

 

 

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It's your party! What ink would you want to receive or buy on your birthday? This can include any discontinued or LE inks you've always wanted too.

Montblanc Racing Green and J Herbin Emerald of Chivor.

 

Otherwise, all inked up, thanks.

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Honestly, i will happy if i receive any inks as gift, even a bottle of Quink or Waterman Blue. I might like or not like a pen, but i love to have more inks.

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