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Crayola Ultimate Crayon Collection, 152 Pieces, Art Set, Gift [amazon.com]

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Largest Crayola Crayon Set
Plastic Crayon Storage Caddy
Contains every shade in the Crayola color palette, including metallic and glitter crayons.
Convenient handheld crayon sharpener included.
Perfect coloring gift for adults and kids
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This is the same logic that lead my father to buy western family Mac and cheese. It's not the same and no amount of rationization will make it the same.

Never would have expected an "unless your a professional" argument in a thread for an 8 dollar box of crayons.
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Thanks, Grabbing these for the kids!!
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I am going to buy this entire set and just use the orange crayon only.
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Totally not grabbing these for me to fulfill the void from my childhood from using roseart crayons.
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This is a good price, save more that last time I bought!
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Totally not grabbing these for me to fulfill the void from my childhood from using roseart crayons.
are those the like straight wax ones that barely leave any color on the paper ?
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are those the like straight wax ones that barely leave any color on the paper ?
No, crayola crayons are the good ones! Rose art (and other brands) are the waxy ones. Crayola is the brand teachers request on school supply lists.
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Ummm....

I just bought my daughter a thorough 48 pack from Dollar Tree for $1.00

Granted, it's not name brand Crayola. And it's only 48 colors versus 152. But she breaks half the crayons anyways and loses the other half.

Unless you are an adult and a professional artist doing some kind of perfectionist artwork with crayons, then I don't see why you would ever want to pay near $10 for crayons when a big box of 48 crayons provides all the necessities for coloring in the outlines to a lion king or little mermaid coloring book. There's nothing slick about spending $8 on crayons your kid treats as throwaway, dispensable objects to break or throw on the floor.
This is the same logic that lead my father to buy western family Mac and cheese. It's not the same and no amount of rationization will make it the same.

Never would have expected an "unless your a professional" argument in a thread for an 8 dollar box of crayons.
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Ummm....

I just bought my daughter a thorough 48 pack from Dollar Tree for $1.00

Granted, it's not name brand Crayola. And it's only 48 colors versus 152. But she breaks half the crayons anyways and loses the other half.

Unless you are an adult and a professional artist doing some kind of perfectionist artwork with crayons, then I don't see why you would ever want to pay near $10 for crayons when a big box of 48 crayons provides all the necessities for coloring in the outlines to a lion king or little mermaid coloring book. There's nothing slick about spending $8 on crayons your kid treats as throwaway, dispensable objects to break or throw on the floor.
It's ok, other kids won't make fun or start fights...
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Ummm....

I just bought my daughter a thorough 48 pack from Dollar Tree for $1.00

Granted, it's not name brand Crayola. And it's only 48 colors versus 152. But she breaks half the crayons anyways and loses the other half.

Unless you are an adult and a professional artist doing some kind of perfectionist artwork with crayons, then I don't see why you would ever want to pay near $10 for crayons when a big box of 48 crayons provides all the necessities for coloring in the outlines to a lion king or little mermaid coloring book. There's nothing slick about spending $8 on crayons your kid treats as throwaway, dispensable objects to break or throw on the floor.
I'm actually hoping to work part time as a Disney animator now that I've ordered these crayons. Going to update my resume to show, "experience with Crayola", should show my level of commitment.
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Totally not grabbing these for me to fulfill the void from my childhood from using roseart crayons.
I feel your pain. The struggle was real. Roseart crayons should be illegal in every state.
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Nice find.
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