There's the famous saying 'A pen is mightier than the sword' which I'm sure all of you would've heard, but while you may not agree to what E.G.B.Lytton (the guy who first used this proverb) wrote, this definitely is the mightiest pen I've come across. Most would unsuspectingly pick up the pen thinking it to be no different that any normal pen and click it, and that's exactly what I did. Unfortunately, that is all the pen needs you to do to become its victim. Clicking it made the internal circuit complete and lo, I got a shock, and a really bad one, which went all the way from my left thumb to my left shoulder upto to leftmost hair on my head. Ofcourse that resulted in me throwing the pen in horror at first but as the shock subsided, I did take it and disect it to see if that is what the pen's meant to do. Fortunately, that was the pen's purpose and not a result of some static electricity being transferred, which meant good times were ahead. Its just too good to see innocent people, one after the other, becoming a victim of my pen ;-).
My sister, very clever girl, gave me this pen for Rakhi and thus had the first laugh. Guess we brothers will first need protection from our sisters before vowing to protect them. For those unaware of it, Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi is a festival which celebrates the relationship between brothers and sisters. On this day, sisters tie a Rakhi (a holy thread) around their brother's wrist and the brother vows to protect her and fulfil her wishes(which mostly involves emptying our wallets). Although Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival it is celebrated all over India by people of all casts. Rakhi was celebrated on the 19th of August this year.