Some might wonder what the use of a syringe pen exactly is. All I can say is that I wonder at those who doubt the amusement that comes from having a syringe that is actually a pen.
Imagine, a regular day at work. You smile, say your good mornings, grab some coffee, proceed to take out your blood filled syringe and set to work. You’ll probably catch a couple of confused stares from co-workers as you appear to pen your notes in blood.
The syringe pen is pretty much a necessity for those working in a medical profession. If you’re a doctor or a nurse, having a syringe pen will add some much needed novelty to your day. Whip out your syringe from a coat pocket and scrawl your notes in style. Tease some confused patients with a grin and a wink.
OfficePlayground.com offers a fantastic variety of syringe pens for the medical professional in all of us. Best of all, you’re not limited to writing with red blood in your syringe--you can opt for blue or yellow (which can be either medicine or alien blood, who knows?). There’s even a yellow highlighter syringe, so you can make those words pop before you inject them.
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The other day, while I was driving home from work, I noticed something in my rearview mirror: a solar dancing flower on the dashboard in the car behind me. Not too long before that, I had seen a solar dancing flower in another car sitting in a parking lot. Since then, I had seen that same car in the parking lot for a second time. I have probably noticed a dozen or so solar dancing flowers on car dashboards recently. Occasionally I'll see one in a car on the streets of San Francisco with a solar flower and I've seen others on TV inside taxicabs. Solar Flowers look nice sitting on a car's dashboard, but be sure to keep them out of extreme, direct heat. In most cases, your flower will dance and be happy inside your car, but remember that sometimes cars can get really hot. Plastic doesn't always hold up: I've even seen a plastic CD case melt in the car.
Other great places to display your solar dancing flower:
- Next to a window (of course!)
- On your desk (if you're near a window)
- In the kitchen (be sure it's not near the stove!)
- Hospital rooms (sick patients need some cheer the most)
- Classrooms (again, next to a sunny window is best)
No matter where you enjoy your solar flowers, make sure there is plenty of sunlight, but keep them out of extreme heat!
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