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I've come home on this Saturday afternoon with a new Logitech KBM combo. Full-sized keys, because I'm not an Apple or laptop faggot. And a laser mouse, because I can't imagine not having one now and I learnt that they still make normal optical mice because... people are retarded, I guess. So, I don't need a mousepad, but I have been thinking of getting one. This desk is cheap and nasty and the surface is slowly wearing away and is very uneven.
What mousepad do you use? Do you even use a mousepad? Do you have one of those Japanese mousepads where the wrist rest is supposed to be an anime chick's boobies? Do you have a school mousepad? A company mousepad? Is it a hard plastic top with a squiggy-plastic bottom? Or is it a squiggy foam-like bottom with that gross-feeling material stretched across the top that always peels up from the corners? Does a mousepad of your past stand out in your memory?
I probably have an old University of Queensland mousepad somewhere. Never used it because I got it around the time of my old mouse (may he rest in peace wherever he is at the tip). Before that, I had an oldoldoldoldold blue mousepad (which I remember for the aforementioned edge-peeling) with the olllllld Windows logo on it. That thing had to have been circa 1998. Ah, memories...
Keep an eye on me, I'm going to do some scheming. Here I go--
[20th January 09:05:11] Aurelia I don't speak diva. I speak human being.
Having one of those old, rough, cheap, nasty desks where mice only work when they feel like it, I use mouse pads. One foam-like that does peal at the ends, and one weird polyester like, apparently recyclable thing with a rubbery underside that's anti-slip, which is a weird thing to advertise.
I'm using a mousepad from my dad's company, so yeah, totally free.
Although I'd need one of those that have the wrist thingy, cuz mine hurt a lot after a while.
I mainly use a mousepad to avoid destroying the surface of my desktop.
I don't use one. Really, I actually spend most of my time on my laptop, so my mouse just kinda goes wherever I can fit it (right now, my bed sheets).
On my desktop? Still don't use one, even though it's always a dusty mess. I find that most mousepads don't give enough room so that all the way left and right is all the way on the screen, but I also don't want to jerk my sensitivity (doho) up a lot.
[12:58:14 AM] Salt: this one girl
[12:58:15 AM] Salt: spent like
[12:58:20 AM] Salt: over 20,000 dollars
[12:58:24 AM] Salt: on keeping her hair straight
[01:00:27 AM] Twat: i want to curl it in her sleep
[01:00:51 AM] Salt: LOL