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What Your Favorite Scented Marker Smell Says About You

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Back in the 90s, the Mr. Sketch Scented Marker set was pretty much THE school supply that every kid needed to have. It wasn't enough that they came in an array of beautiful, bright colors, but they even SMELLED amazing!

Of course, everybody had a favorite out of the set of 12, and there were some really bitter playground arguments about which one was the best. In reality there isn't really a "best," but whichever one is your favorite probably says a lot about you as a person. Read on to find out what!

Black - Black Licorice


Satan, is that you? I kid, but seriously, was this ever anyone's actual favorite?

Brown - Cinnamon


Fall is probably your favorite season, and you've owned a pair of Uggs at least once in your life.

Red - Cherry


You definitely enjoy partaking in some "substances" when you're at home.

Fuscia - Bubblegum


You still bring out your high school yearbook at get-togethers, so you can remember "the good old days."

Pink - Cotton Candy


Any alcoholic drink you have needs to be a neon color and likely has more sugar than booze.

Haven't seen your favorite smell yet? Keep scrolling!

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