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Silly Stuff 4 skool

Silly Stuff 4 skool

Pencil eraser
Don’t eat that! Your classmates might give you something that looks like food, but be careful because it might be an eraser. Even if you are a tech-savvy student, you still have to use a pencil sometimes, and therefore you will need an eraser as well. Rather than being a bore, why not get a pack of attractive erasers for less than a dollar and see if you can get your friends to take a bite.

Pen bag
You may think your friend is stuck in first grade when she brings a teddy bear to school, but pick it up and you will realise that it’s not just a stuffed animal, it’s packed with pens, pencils, rulers and other skinny school supplies. These furry friends come in three colors – blue, pink and orange – and with the choice of a rabbit and a bear, there is sure to be one that pleases your inner 5-year-old.

Magnetic bookmark
Are you sick of bookmarks slipping out of your book all the time? The answer to this puzzle is the magnetic bookmark, which is sure to stay in place even through the bumpiest moto ride. What is more, the colourful cartoons and other images printed on the bookmarks add beauty to the most mundane book.

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