When I grow up I want to be a professional pencil sharpener.
Well why not?
I love heart heart heart love pencils, and i know it would require strong forearms, but I could work on that.
It’s a website for a man named David Rees. He’s a professional pencil sharpener. Here’s his bio off the site:
I’m not smart enough to be able to tell whether this is serious, or serious satire. But either way, I
This is he:
About to get down to the serious business of sharpening pencils by the looks of things.
You can send in your pencil and he’ll send it back sharpened, and he’ll send you back your shavings.
Or you can buy the pencil from him and he’ll send it to you sharpened, professionally. Or for just sixty five bucks you can send your pencil, get it sharpened and get this cool poster too.
I wonder if he accepts pencils from South Africa? And what if the sharpened nib breaks in the post on the way back home again? Then do I just send it straight back again? And will that cost another sixty five bucks?
This dude really is an old-school craftsman, there’s this guarantee on his site:
And critics agree that his sharp pencils are a thing of wonder: