Everyone attended school, and everyone understands the struggles of stationery equipment and how difficult it made even the most basic of tasks at school/college/university.

 You would always the start academic year with a full set of highlighters, pencils, pens, rulers, and rubbers – you never felt more organised. But by the end of the year all you have is a broken in half pen that sometimes works…
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And you’re realising that the point above is basically a metaphor for your motivation to work and the beginning of the year versus at the end…
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If you had a rubber at the end of the year, it was usually moldy and using it meant rubbing a huge streak of dirt across your work…
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You probably spent the last few months of the year begging your teacher for a pen every time you entered the class, to which you’d get a sarcy reply…
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You were always too lazy to sharpen pencils over a bin so you did it in your pencil case, and seriously regret it later…
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You would never put lids back on your pens and highlighters properly because you wanted to leave the classroom as soon as possible, then get angry when they didn’t work…
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You vowed to organise your stationary every day but it never happened, and ever day you’d open up your pencil case and be like…
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Sometimes people would rather skip a class than explain to the teacher that they still don’t own a pen…
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