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March 15, 2016 / Posted by:

Avon Wrist-Writer Bracelet, a bracelet that was also a pen!

And here’s another one to add to the 45 million mile high pile labeled “glamour that could’ve only come from the 80s.” In the early 1980s, Avon released an elegant product that worked three out of five senses. It worked your sense of smell, because it was scented. It worked your sense of sight, because its shiny glamour gently touched your eyeballs. It worked your sense of feeling, because it was made of a luxurious kind of plastic that was cool to the touch (Note: I have no idea what I’m talking about as usual). Okay, let’s just say it worked four out of the five senses, because I’m sure the ink tasted delicious. Oh hell, let’s just go all the way. It also worked your sense of hearing, because the sound of you pulling the pen out of the bracelet made you feel like a serious business woman who was about to get shit done. It worked all of your senses!

From what I found on the Internet, the Avon Wrist-Writer bracelet came in 3 different scents and colors: grape-scented purple ink, strawberry-scented red ink and chocolate mint-scented mint ink. Avon doesn’t make it anymore, but you may be able to find one on eBay or Etsy. Avon should bring it back, though, because we need it. Sure, you can use your stupid phone to take notes and get someone’s number, but does your phone fill your nostrils with the sweet scent of strawberry and decorate your wrist with 80s gorgeousness?

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And because I’ve always got peen on the brain, I also want Avon to make a cock ring version of the bracelet pen.

Pics: Etsy, eBay

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