Making a note of something

A thought occurred to me and I decided to make a note of it. I found a piece of paper and a pen. I used the pen to write the note on the piece of paper.

61 Responses to “Making a note of something”

  1. J says:

    I had a pen once.

  2. Angie B says:

    Good to see the dullest blog in the world back in action. Looks like someone else thought of the idea after you did….they call it Twitter.

    Good luck on the dullest app!

  3. M says:

    I have a pen that doesn’t write anymore. So I use another pen instead.

  4. rena says:

    i’ve missed you so.

  5. Margaret says:

    I had a thought once…

  6. Steve says:

    Thought I would leave a comment.

  7. R1ll0 says:

    I bet it was a small piece of paper.

  8. R1ll0 says:

    And an ink pen.

  9. Denbeau says:

    As I get older, I think it’s increasingly important to write down … write down … (what was it I was going to write down) … I know I came into this room to do something, but what was it?

  10. Tamosauskas says:

    I like notes

  11. Rural Vicar says:

    Unfortunately, no thought has occurred to me..

  12. David J says:

    I’ve had a thought. You could install thw WP Touch plugin. Write that down!

  13. Aras says:

    I have so many pens but not a lot of papers.

  14. Did you use one of the pieces of paper you looked at in 2003? http://www.dullestblog.com/?p=18

  15. Liz P says:

    A dull blog should be dull. They are missing the point. Dull is good. My life could do with more dull right now. I am running out of thoughts

  16. Andrew says:

    I have an inkling paper could be the next big thing

  17. Why not a dull pencil instead?

  18. Turon47 says:

    This entry did impress me so very much, that I did a note on my own. Thank you my friend for inspiring my life so much!

  19. Irv says:

    I had a thought once.

  20. garry says:

    I think you should carry a small piece of paper with you at all times ,just in case you think of something dull ,or you could carry a large piece and tear it into an appropriate size and then it would be good if you carried a small pencil or attached it to the said piece of paper ,but don`t forget separate the small pencil from the small piece of paper unless of course you have attached the pencil to the large piece of paper a suggested I have to fix that ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss,key .

  21. Alicia says:

    Wow! I have been waiting for your next blog entry, and I have to say, it’s amazing. A true work of art.

    It must have been exceedingly difficult to do the task you posted – writing a note with a pen. Did you get ink on your hand? Was the paper ripped? Did you have messy handwriting? Was the pen out of ink?

    I admire you for having the courage to do such daring things. This is extremely inspirational. Keep up the good work.

  22. Ajay says:

    i prefer a ball pen!

  23. Click Here says:

    NOTE TO SELF:
    Stop saying rude things about illiterate people because they might hear you.

    Write it down instead.

  24. Linzi says:

    I might have a thought tomorrow.

  25. Holli says:

    WHAT did you write? Was that just as boring?

  26. Thanatos says:

    I THINK therefore I WRITE…

  27. Michael says:

    I have a pen. Sometimes I use it. More often i don’t.

  28. Joshua Ng says:

    I used the paper to write a note on the pen.

  29. gulamelaka77 says:

    I had a thought once about a pen, but nothing about paper.

    I guess I need a paper now.

    hmm.. that’s a thought.

  30. Stardust says:

    You’re lucky. I seldom have a pen and paper together.

  31. wolfgang says:

    If your going to only post like twice every 2 years. Then at least make a section of the website where we can make our own dull stories.

  32. Will says:

    Have you thought about adding the thought “please consider the environment before making a note of this thought” to your thoughts when they occur to you?

  33. What a breath of fresh air to take my mind off after a horrible day. Very good article that really gets the thought across. Thank you for taking the time.

  34. Tim Pell says:

    That reminds me of something.

  35. pranav says:

    I always wanted to do something like that.

  36. Joe says:

    Was the thought the answer to the universe???

  37. Jessica says:

    Notes, notes, pile of notes. Notes here, notes there, notes everywhere. Some thoughtfully written down, some hurridly scribbled. What does it mean, I forget. Someday I’ll get to my many scattered notes. I’ll weed out the ones I can’t deciper. Until then, I keep making notes. Notes of important things, but alas I forget.

  38. johann says:

    my goldfish swims and shits. He’s a multi-tasker.

  39. Boring says:

    I borrowed my friend`s pen to write on paper that was lying on my table…

  40. Tushar says:

    I wrote down my thoughts on paper once, twice, then i stopped.
    It became really dull the second time.

  41. paul says:

    I found a note; I played it. it was a B-flat, so I laid down to play it. it sounded good.

  42. Apraxia says:

    I FOUND A PEN !!!

  43. Ogre Mom says:

    No one has asked what you DID with the note!!!! Could you find it later when you needed to be reminded?

  44. Ayush says:

    I need to decide what to type in here.

  45. mjkl says:

    After years of schooling, I hope to be able to do that someday!

  46. Dan says:

    It’s nice to know that there are more of us!

  47. A person says:

    You can also use a pencil to write a note on a piece of paper, although it does depend on having a pencil available. I usually use whatever writing implement is closest to my hand when the thought occurs, although perhaps I should pay closer to attention to which one I should use to make the note. Perhaps the pen can be used to make more formal notes, whereas the pencil is more appropriate for casual thoughts. I don’t really know, although perhaps I will find out if I spend more time thinking about the issue.

  48. What about the pencils?

  49. Hilary Wallace says:

    I love this blog because it is such a change from people who think everything they do is soooo interesting. Also most people who contribute can spell – well – most people can’t so it must appeal to a highly educated type. I’m listening to the Dawn Chorus while I write this – it’s quite uplifting. The thing that annoys me about doormats is that they collect dirt. Nothing else.

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