I’ll start by rearranging this sentence…

I’ll start by rearranging this sentence…

posted on 26 Mar 2021 in Stationery

Photo courtesy of David Ding.
Stationery found in Japan. 

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Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
15 days ago

Follow the rules, or the judge who arranges your sentence may throw the book at you.

algernon
algernon
15 days ago

No writing needed

algernon
algernon
15 days ago

Vertical lines would make it a grid.

Shane the Freestyler
Shane the Freestyler
15 days ago

Oh, good. I was worried I wouldn’t be able to make paper airplanes!

James
James
15 days ago

Vertical ruled lines don’t work so well, surprisingly.

Earthbound Misfit
Earthbound Misfit
15 days ago

Old Zen saying:

Trains of thought running along Ruled Lines never fold up in Time.

Earthbound Misfit
Earthbound Misfit
15 days ago

Had no idea farm equipment needed their own notebooks.

Earthbound Misfit
Earthbound Misfit
15 days ago

Mandatory for AG 404 classes. – International Harvester Recommendations Monthly

Earthbound Misfit
Earthbound Misfit
15 days ago

Three-card Monte basics:

Playing? Stay behind rules line.
Operating? Fold up fast to avoid sentencing.

Earthbound Misfit
Earthbound Misfit
15 days ago

OK, found my chemistry notebook now.

Have you seen my DIVIDE math notebook?

Marum
Marum
15 days ago

“Ruled lines for arranging sentences”

What a novel idea.

Marum
Marum
15 days ago

@James….They do for making paper-airplanes.

Marum
Marum
15 days ago

@EM….”Had no idea farm equipment needed their own notebooks.”

They don’t, but they need logbooks,

Eggrish
Eggrish
14 days ago

The key strategy in sentence composition is opening and closing your notebook rapidly, like Pac-Man eating dots. They’ll just fall into place that way.

coffeebot
coffeebot
13 days ago

The pencil, with pointy end, is best used to write between horizontal ruled lines.

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