Have you ever twirled a pencil between your fingers, drawn on an eraser, or chewed on a pencil? Most of us have done at least one, if not all, of the above-mentioned things when we were in school. But have you ever considered the feelings of these objects? If inanimate objects had any feelings, that is…and we bet you can’t guess what happens when a pencil and an eraser tie the knot! See the humorous vid after the jump!

Created by Korean animation director Manjoong Kim and team, Tools, a two-minute short animation depicts the imaginary lives of everyday stationery items. If pens and pencils had feelings and lives just like us, this might be what it’s like!

▼ I’ll think twice before spinning my pencil the next time…
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▼ Ultimate self-sacrifice.
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▼ Beware the consequences of chewing your pencil!

▼ What would a pencil and an eraser’s offspring look like?

▼ See for yourselves!

I hate to admit it, but these fellas seem to lead more exciting lives than I do. There’s just one thing that bugs me though… I really want to know what a pen feels whenever I use it as a makeshift pin to fit a two-pin plug into a three-pin socket.

▼ Like this.

If you’re wondering why the heck I would stick a pen in a light socket, there’s actually a logical answer: In Singapore, there’s a catch in the socket that disallows two-prong plugs to fit into three-prong outlets, so as a work around we use a pen as a make-shift third prong to hold the catch down while we plug in the two-prong appliance.

What do you think a pen goes through in such a situation? Throw in some captions in the comments section below!

Source: Zhaizhai News
Images: YouTube, Quora