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Lipton Iced Tea Scented Pens, Because Sharpies Just Ain’t Gonna Cut It

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Some smells just make you feel good. Freshly baked cookies, cooking garlic, that one dish your mom used to make. For me, popping open a can of Lipton Brisk Iced Tea instantly reminds me of grandma, so while I’d hate to see her lovingly-stern face show up anywhere near my college classroom, thinking about lemon tea and extra cash would probably make those Powerpoints go by faster.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of its Sarasa Clip pens, Japanese stationary company Zebra has partnered with Lipton tea to create this line of tea-scented ball point pens. Available individually or in packs of five, each of the 10 pens in the line represents a different Japanese Lipton tea flavor, including Black, Grape, Vanilla Au Lait, Muscat, Lemon, Milk Tea, Peach, Valencia Orange, Apple, and Caramel au Lait, according to Rocket News.

We’ve long graduated from sniffing Sharpies or those weird scented highlighters. It’s high-time we started daydreaming in style. Iced tea pens = classy AF.

H/T + PicThx Rocket News

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Dine Ink Pen Utensil Set

Did you remember to take last night’s leftovers to work for lunch, but forget to pack the proper utensils to eat it?  The people at Fred have got you covered – they’ve created unique pen caps in fork, spoon, and knife shapes.  Just stick the tip on top of your ball-point pen, and you’ll be able to eat your meal in a civilized fashion.  ($8.99 @ Perpetual Kid)