To the Lab Person who Stole my favorite fine-tip Sharpie,
You horrible, cruel person! How could you!?! I mean, really. Everyone in science knows the power of a really good Sharpie. We have them in all shapes, sizes, and colors. I love them all.
Really, scientists live by the sharpie. When you need to mark those really teeny vials with your initials, the date, the drug, and the concentration, Sharpies are there for you. When you have to write on something you KNOW it going to get wet, nothing works better (well, unless you get it wet with Methanol, in which case you’re just screwed anyhow).
And SOMEONE, a sneaky, mean little someone, stole my favorite ultra fine point black sharpie! It was classic. It was sleek. It was LABELED. With a big note on it saying “[Sci’s] Sharpie of Wonder and Might”. And you STOLE IT. You went into my DESK and STOLE IT.
Well, I don’t know who you are yet, but I will, Sharpie-stealer, I WILL. And when I do, I will find you. I will hunt you down. And I will write ALL over you in Sharpie. And if you’re really unlucky and I’m really mad, I’ll use the nasty one from the hood. So there.
All my love,
Ooooh, and for those who don’t know the love: some Sharpie porn.
(Great for carrying in bags or lab coats! The top’s not going to fall off and get ink everywhere)
(This one goes everywhere. Sci wore one clipped to her keys for a while. That thing came in handy.)
(Sci’s favorite. Double ended means you don’t have to carry two! Careful, though. Do NOT stick the large cap on the small cap. You’ll be sorry and your Sharpie will die.)
Hits the spot, doesn’t it!
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