A Day in the Life

     So as I was hard at work (or was it hardly working?) roaming around the World Wide Web, I found myself on SharpieUncapped.com far longer than I had originally intended.  I knew before that this website was neat, but I guess I never realized how neat it is. Even when you first open the website up it looks pretty rad. The background makes you feel like you’re in grade school again scribbling all over the paper. It automatically made me get out my Sharpie markers and draw on a post it note. Along with the cool colors, I’m sure my short attention span also played a part in me coloring, but that’s beside the point.

Sharpie Uncapped

     So, the site has a cool background but that doesn’t usually make people hang out at a website all day. Well, it didn’t. It was the other awesome things on the website that caught my attention. I click on the “uncapped gallery”, which conveniently connects you with other Sharpie sites. I spent a while looking through all the pictures and telling myself I am just as good a drawer as my fellow Sharpie fanatics. If I tell myself how great I am long enough it becomes true, right?

Bright Colors- Amarog38

     Then there’s the trusty Sharpie Blog. I tell myself I will just take a second and see if anything catches my eye. Well that was everything. Who would have thought there were so many cool things going on with Sharpie products and so many ordinary people doing extraordinary things with them? Well now I know. After reading the words of my fellow Sharpieans, I head over to the “How-to” section of Uncapped, and decide I am going to replicate everyone of these ideas (not at work of course, that would be poor time management). Not only are the how-to’s fun to do, but they are also cool to look at and can act as cool gifts when they’re done. As far as presents for the next several years, I’m sure the receivers can guess what they are getting.

     Aside from my mentions, there is other cool stuff to do and see at SharpieUncapped.com, but it would take far too long for me to go into detail about them all. I know my job here isn’t easy, but someone has to do it and I’m glad I took one for the team and stepped up to the plate. This was just my journey on the website. I leave you to go on a quest of your own and see what you can “Uncap”.


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