✿The pencil was invented in 1565 in England.
✿One pencil will draw a line 70 miles long.
✿The pencil was invented আরো than 400 years ago, in 1565.
✿More than 14 billion pencils are produced in the world every বছর - enough to বৃত্ত the globe 62 times.
✿Famous novelists Ernest Hemingway and John Steinbeck used pencils to write their books.
✿A good-size বৃক্ষ will make about 300,000 pencils.
✿Pencils didn't have erasers on them until 100 years পূর্বে because teachers felt they would encourage children to make mistakes.
✿Two billion pencils are made in the United States each year.
✿It would cost $50 in labor and materials for a person to make a 10-cent pencil.
✿The hexagonal shaped pencil was developed as an alternative to the round pencil so that the pencil would not roll off the desk.
✿John Steinbeck used over 300 pencils to write his novel "East of Eden".
✿An unpainted pencil inserted into the soil of a potted plant can eliminate mealy bugs on plants.
✿Seeing a pencil in your dream indicates that আপনি are making a temporary impact in a situation. It may also suggest that a relationship may not last long.
✿Dreaming that আপনি are sharpening a pencil, suggests that আপনি need to be আরো flexible in your way of thinking.
✿Pencils have been painted yellow ever since the 1890s. And that bright color isn't just so আপনি can find them on your ডেস্ক আরো easily! During the 1800s, the best graphite in the world came from China. American pencil makers wanted a special way to tell people that their pencils contained Chinese graphite. In China, the color yellow is associated with royalty and respect. American pencil manufacturers began painting their pencils bright yellow to communicate this "regal" feeling and association with China. Today, 75% of the pencils sold in the United States are painted yellow!
✿The world's biggest pencil was built দ্বারা Ashrita Furman in New York. It was 76 feet long, weighed 22,000 pounds and cost $20,000. It was transferred to a museum in St. Louis দ্বারা forklift.
✿Thomas Edison had his pencils specially made, and they were thicker than the average pencil.