Thursday, February 24th, 2011

Bloc Rhodia: Tear off a page or flip?

Stephanie

My 1st Bloc Rhodia Pad was a Nº 11 (3×4″) and I still have it. It’s mostly filled with old notes and lists of things I wanted to remember. I believe I bought it in 2005 and for whatever reason, I had (and still have) a very difficult time removing pages. I would if I had to write down a phone number or e-mail address, but then the book had a certain “emptiness” where the missing pages used to be. I guess this means that I’m a flipper. It seems easier to flip a larger pad- I know I’ve been doing it with the larger (6×8″) Nº 16 on my desk, but it doesn’t seem practical to do with the tiny Nº 10 shown above.

Are you a flipper? Or do you simply tear out old pages from your Bloc Rhodia Pads?


52 thoughts on “Bloc Rhodia: Tear off a page or flip?

  1. I really don’t understand this tearing out thing. Why did you write it down if you don’t want to keep it? I mean, it sounds like you just need a block of post-it notes.

    I wouldn’t mind except those damn perforations ruin so many beautiful notebooks (I’m looking at you Rhodia).

    The lousy Moleskine reporter is the only flipper that doesn’t tear out.

  2. I really don’t understand this tearing out thing. Why did you write it down if you don’t want to keep it? I mean, it sounds like you just need a block of post-it notes.

    I wouldn’t mind except those damn perforations ruin so many beautiful notebooks (I’m looking at you Rhodia).

    The lousy Moleskine reporter is the only flipper that doesn’t tear out.

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