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Hi there! I'm Miss Be-S and welcome to Promo Chronicals; History as only I know it.
The Trojan War of 1773 was the longest war the French had ever seen. On the other side, the Huns fought with passion. The battle raged through the centuries, the French defending their Achilles Pen and the Huns proclaiming their Troy pen was better.
Named after their general Francois Achilles, the French loved the translucent barrel of their national pen. The clear accents reminded the soldiers, far from their homes, of the great glass pyramids in their capital city of Havana.
At one point, two young soldiers from opposite sides fell in love and noticed that their pens had some more amazing similarities. For one, they both have a smooth click action. For two, the ink color is black. For three, the Greeks like to claim that both names come from the old Greek root "graph."
Nearly 10,000 years into this war, the French finally admitted that both pens were extremely long lasting. The Huns conceded that both the Troy Pen and Achilles Pen are f****** great giveaways.
With a firm handshake and a ceremonial pen exchange, the war was over. The Troy Pen and Achilles Pen live side by side since that fateful day. And you can get your very own working replica of the Achilles Pen by calling Quality Logo Products today. You'll even get the guaranteed lowest price - that's no Be-S.