Four Different Colors, One Amazing Pen

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of BIC 4-Color pen for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

One of the most frustrating things about taking handwritten notes is not being able to easily color code my thoughts. If I think something's really important I can't just make it bold without the risk of putting a hole through my paper. At best I can underline it but to be honest I can never do a straight line so my paper just becomes a mess. So frustrating.

That's why the new BIC® 4-Color™pen is great. It's 4 Inseparable Colors in 1 Pen making it easy to switch between blue, red, black, or green so I can mark the important stuff in different colors and even make my own key code so I know which color represents what.

Each color has it's own personality varying from bold (Blue), envious (Green), correcting (Red), and dreamer (Black). As an English major I'd say I most identify with Red and his correct grammar loving ways. Even so, I do remember hating Red in high school when I got an assignment back with red marks on it. Red is not a color to be messed with. 

To see more of each color's personalities check out these awesome videos of their crazy life inside the BIC® 4-Color™ Pen. 

You can also learn more about the four colored pen and the colors themselves by checking out their social media sites. On Facebook there's more unique BIC® 4-Color™content and you can learn more about the four colors' personalites. On Twitter you can follow the four colors hijinks and get daily updates about your favorite colors in spandex suits.

Honestly, this pen is the greatest. Why carry around four different pens when you can have them all rolled up in one? It's much more convient, easier to use, allows for some fun and creativity in your writing, and very helpful when taking notes in class. The only question you should be asking yourself now is, "Why don't I have one yet?".

The BIC® 4-Color™pen can be purchased online at Amazon and Staples so go get one of your own today before it's too late.

 

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