check on the side of the marker to see if it sais toxic or not and if it does go to see a doctor but if it sais it is unharmfull then you'll probably be ok.If you are not sure then you should visit your GP
no, they wouldn't make a marker that anyone can use toxic. But if you sucked on it I would tell a doctor, just sayin,
It should either wipe off easily because it is dry erase marker or they make a special cleaner for that OR the marker should just wipe off as people use it - thelightingtheifjw
No. A drug test uses your blood, urine, or hair to confirm that such substances have been used. Smelling a marker does not affect the blood, urine or hair folicles, so the answer is no.
Keep a green lateral marker to your left, or port, side when proceeding in the upstream.
Not only will your child get sick if it puts a marker in its mouth but he/she should be taken to the hospital immediately.
If you are traveling upstream on a river and see a red triangular daymark, you should pass this marker on the left side.
Any magic marker should do the trick.
It is very risking due to the amount of fumes from the alcohol. I recommend nobody should get high from a sharpie marker.
The vague pronoun is it.We can't tell if the speaker wants the cap or the marker handed.The sentence should be rephrased:Remove the cap before you hand the marker to me.Before you use the marker, remove the cap and hand it to me.
no, a paintball marker should not be illegal in any town to own, however some towns will not allow the discharge of a marker.