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Sound Details

  • Rating: 4.5 Stars with 1,773 ratings
  • Category: Other
  • Released: almost 7 years ago
  • Size: 1.6 MB
  • Open in Ambiance (iOS)
  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.

Clicking Pen

The boredom of another day behind the desk leaves you feeling frisky in your fingers. The only part of your body not yet numb from sitting on your arse for seven hours straight while the glow of the computer screen slowly decomposes your flesh into some kind of smelly cheese. The actual purpose of your job drifts in and out of your consciousness while thoughts of being a super spy in a speeding car chase or laying on the beach in Bermuda with your best mate, playfully fondles what is left of your quickly disappearing ambition, flowing out of you like a cold bathtub draining into the sewer. Your only saving grace is the hypnotic and addictive action of snapping this pen in and out, on and off. Why your mind can be so utterly captured by this simple motion is not something you have ever thought to question, but the person working across the aisle is wondering. She will soon come over to you and strike you upon your silly little head, hoping it might stop that annoying racket. Ancient Indians were the first to use the pen. According to ancient text the earliest of pens made in India used bird feathers, bamboo sticks etc. The old literature of Puranas, Ramayana and Mahabharta used this kind of pen roughly 500 BC. Ancient Egyptians had developed writing on papyrus scrolls when scribes used thin reed brushes or reed pens from the Juncus Maritimus or sea rush. The Quill pen was used in Qumran, Judea to write some of the Dead Sea Scrolls, which date back to around 100 BC.

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