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March 11, 2020 / Posted by:

Crayola Magic Scent Crayons!

Around where I grew up, former HSOTD Mr. Sketch was usually the sniffing drug of choice for kids who were looking to get a quick high from some fruit-scented aromatic perfection. But there were other choices when your lunchroom dealer was all sold out of Mr. Sketch (and seriously, Mr. Sketch will forever sound like a dealer’s name). Like Crayola Magic Scent crayons!

Crayola first started selling Magic Scent crayons around 1993, and at first, it came in 16 colors and scents like rose, coconut, bubble gum, grape, chocolate, licorice, blueberry, lime, and cherry. They later expanded that shit into ~eDgIEr~ scents like smoke, dirt, and new car. So while the goody goody preppy kids were sniffing the rose skid marks made by a Magic Scent crayon, the goth Emo kids were sniffing dirt-scented crayons because they were hardcore like that.

The commercial from 1994 starred a walking nose man with eyes, and now that I’m grown and have a gutter brain, he looks like a walking peenhead man with eyes.

The way that Magic Scent crayons worked is that when you used the crayon, the scent came out on the paper. In 1994, Crayola got rid of the food scents because parents complained that their kids were eating the crayons. What dumbass weirdos those kids were. And yes, I say that as an adult who wants to find a new car-flavored crayon so that I can sniff that instead of going down to car dealerships to open up their new cars and get a whiff of my drug scent of choice. The dealers hate when I do that for some reason.

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