Two girls and an adjustable nib.

Maleficent: “And before us we have…?”
Sally: “A Wahl Eversharp Doric Airliner set in garnet! The fountain pen has an adjustable nib!”
Maleficent: “Careful with the exclamation points. You could hurt someone.”

Sally: “It sure is pretty.”
Maleficent: “I concede that it is not unpleasing to the eye.”

Maleficent: “I see time has not managed to fade its beauty. We have something in common.”
Sally: “…”

Sally: “Maleficent, will you do the honors?”
Maleficent: “Do you wish me to strike you down with lightning, insolent girl?”
Sally: “…”
Maleficent: “Kidding.”

Maleficent: “Do enlighten me as to how this adjustable nib works.”
Sally: “The closer the slider is to the tip, the more rigid the nib becomes. It also throttles the ink flow.”

Maleficent: “And when the slider is closer to the base?”
Sally: “The nib becomes more flexible, and more ink flows out.”
Maleficent: “Sensible.”
Sally: “Quite.”

Sally: “I think it’s about time for writing samples, don’t you?”
Maleficent: “Certainly.”

Sally: “Here it is with the slider pushed all the way to the tip. The ink is Noodler’s Army Green.”

Sally: “And here it is at its most flexible. Not a wet noodle, but not bad.”
Maleficent: “What does pasta have to do with this discussion?”
Sally: “Watch and learn, little grasshopper.”
Maleficent: “…”

Leigh: “All shots are refocusable. Click on the part of the image you want to focus on.”
Maleficent: “Where did SHE come from?”
Sally: “Don’t mind her. She’s just a voice in our heads.”