I hated crayons when I was little. I enjoyed the dozens of little colors that came in a well-packaged and manageable box. Hell looking back at it, I even enjoyed the Crayola logo. See, the reason I hated these, was that when I bit into them, they tasted nothing like the color they portrayed. For instance, Wild Strawberry, tasted like candlewax and the texture was consistent with the thought of dying a slow death. Other colors Salmon, Silver, Spring Green, Gold, Sky Blue, made my creativity less. At school they forced me to color in the lines for a good grade. When I was little I preferred words and typography. I would spend countless hours writing stories and poetry in notebooks.
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