No one? Hmm. That makes sense, because I'd never heard of it either.
When a shopping cart wheel bends, it's always the vertical spindle that allows the wheel to spin. That's what bends. When that spindle bends, it's no longer perfectly vertical, and the caster wheel is always forced by the weight of the cart to flop to the axle's lowest point. This Scripto Write Angle? Same thing. Unless the barrel of the pen is kind of fat and super grippy, the pressure of your hand will always cause the pen to try to flop over onto it's side. Imagine always having to look at your pen to see which way the tip is pointing. To the right? Well, it's time to shuffle your fingers around the pen to get it pointing down. Is your hand a little warm? Well, you'd better hope it doesn't get slightly sweaty, or you'll lose traction in your pen and it'll flop over onto it's side.
Gosh, this is the best pen I've ever used, and I'm not just meaning that, Mister Scripto Market research man. Can I stop writing now? Okay then, can I have a different pen? Okay then, please enjoy this Scripto Write Angle jammed into your temporal lobe. How's the angle feel now? I'll bite a hole in my finger and write in blood instead. It's less annoying.
If you're a Scripto collector and simply must have your own copy of this ad, you can run straight off to Ebay and buy one for five dollars. Or, you can just save the large version (below) of today's picture and print up your own copy, if that's what you're into. You're welcome, weirdo.
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