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4-Count Sharpie Pro King Size Chisel Tip Permanent Markers EXPIRED

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Walmart.com also has 4-Count Sharpie Pro King Size Chisel Tip Permanent Markers for $3.99. Free store pickup is available where stock permits.

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  • Marks on wet and oily surfaces and dries instantly for accurate, clean results.
  • Chisel tip is excellent for marking corrugate, wood, metal, foil, stone, plastic, leather and more.
  • Extra-large ink supply for long-term use.
  • Water resistant ink.
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not a good option to give toddlers to play with Smilie
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My daughter would steal these from school and wreck my house. I still have nightmares about my cream colored Restoration Hardware cloud couch. Soooooo, I'm stocking up on these to give to my granddaughter. I've been waiting a long time for some payback. Taste the rainbow, Ashley. Taste the f'n rainbow.
What's wrong with Blue? I have a green I use all the time. Blue is good too.
I disagree with op, these would be loved by any toddler who ever existed. Buying some for my nieces.

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I disagree with op, these would be loved by any toddler who ever existed. Buying some for my nieces.
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What's wrong with Blue? I have a green I use all the time. Blue is good too.
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I'm going to have to agree. You use a sharpie when you mean business and that business calls for red or black
I mostly mark on cardboard...blue = black basically
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Quote from Preon :
I disagree with op, these would be loved by any toddler who ever existed. Buying some for my nieces.
I agree... Toddlers will love using these to color things.
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Deal is dead?
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Dead? Having issues adding to cart.
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What's wrong with Blue? I have a green I use all the time. Blue is good too.
once you go black its hard to look at others
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I hate these mixed random color packs. And I could see a use for a red marker for obvious reasons, but when have you ever heard "Honey, where's my Blue Sharpie?" or "Houston, we're experiencing some turbulence upon re-entry - does anyone on ground have a Blue Sharpie?" or even just "Oh yeah, a Blue Sharpie, I've been needing something like this!" I'll give you a hint - you haven't heard this, because Blue Sharpies are an abomination and should not exist
Blue is popular with some in the sports memorabilia arena.
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Appears dead Amazon but still active on Walmart. In for 2
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I'm going to have to agree. You use a sharpie when you mean business and that business calls for red or black
Quote from FrankFurter64 :
Blue is popular with some in the sports memorabilia arena.
I live in a city with 3 major universities, of which 2 have blue as one of their colors. Trust me a LOT of blue sharpies get used around here, probably more than any other color. (I'm not a fan of any of the local schools though, I attended a school in another state...one of which's colors is also blue though. So yeah, I also use them. Blue seems to be a pretty popular school color.)
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Thanks!
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