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Student Buys New Moleskine, Claims Things Will Be Different Now

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“New Moleskine, new me!” announced Jessica Kaye, as she unwrapped her new overpriced notebook.

Kaye, a usually unorganised, apathetic student with severe procrastination problems, claims that “things will be different”, now that she has  a new Moleskine.

“I’ve never really had a proper outlet for all my creative ideas, until now. Look at all these beautiful, way too thin, leaves of paper. Each page presents unlimited possibilities. I am going to be unstoppable now,” Kaye enthusiastically reported.

Kaye said that although she has had Moleskines in the past, she blames her last gridded paper option being “too restrictive” and that the switch to blank pages will offer her the freedom to “think out the box”.

“Oh my god and there’s even a little pocket at the back! I can use this to put all the business cards and phone numbers I’m sure to get when people see me carrying it around,” she said with a wink.

Since her purchase, Kaye still hasn’t been to class all week but she has been making good headway in her Moleskine, having filled in her name and email in case of loss, with a return reward of “$1 lol”.

 

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