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These are what I was talking about Kirin. If you need the squeeze kind, you can tear off the top up there. These new dunkers completely replace the packets. They're superior in literally every way, but people are scared of change or something.
Even the ketchup itself is improved in them because they reformulated it so that the ketchup-water never separates and you don't have to do that annoying thing with ketchup bottles/packets where you have to re-mix the separated bits back into each other. It was truly a marvel of modern technology. I miss them dearly.
Yimothy said:Sharpening is relaxing. Or intensely frustrating when the lead keeps breaking.
lol same. Especially when you lose patience and you just slice the lead clean off instead of continuing to expose it.In art classes, they always advised us to sharpen our pencils by hand, using a hobby knife to whittle away the wood and expose as much of the lead as possible. I was usually not patient enough to do this.
Bulgakov said:The one part of the computer I will partition off as a separate supply because it's optional. My life got so much better when I started using two monitors. Particularly useful when you're reading info on one monitor and performing tasks with it on the second.
JBear said:I don't know why I think this counts as an office supply while my PC doesn't, but here we are. Anyway, my work flow is dramatically improved by having a second monitor.
I use a 55", 4K TV as my monitor in my home office. It's basically like having four regular-sized monitors in a grid, but without any bezel getting in the way. And thanks to how Windows 10 works, it's really easy to just snap windows into each of the four quadrants. It's wonderful for productivity!Show me your ridiculous monitor setups.
You asked for this.