Hand Tools

Subject:
Re: At the risk of feeding the beast...

david weaver
That's exactly what's in all of the higher end pencils.

I'm not a pencil sniffer, but I noticed that a lot of the reviews involved the smell while sharpening. Some to the point that a good-working pencil with limited smell was not all that it could or should be.

As I'm getting older, my sense of smell is on the decline, I'm aware that there is a smell associated with sharpening a pencil, but it's never been that strong to me.

I'll take that incense cedar off of your hand for any reasonable price that you'd like to ask for it.

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