Sorry to ruin your lives, but Crayola is acting ~cray~ and we really need to address it.
Last week, the beloved art supply company that fueled all of your childhood creativity announced it would be doing something huge on March 31 (a.k.a. National Crayon Day).
Handing out free art supplies? Organizing the world’s largest craft mob™? NOPE. For the first time in over one hundred years, Crayola decided it’s time to retire a color from its classic, iconic 24-count box of crayons.
The company casually announced its ruthless decision on its social media platforms as though it wouldn’t crush anyone who has ever colored outside the lines or dared to dream. My gosh. Then, Crayola had the audacity to announce it would be live-streaming the madness and holding an event in New York’s Times Square to really celebrate this tragedy. Read more…
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