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Jessica Simpson Uncapped

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While you relaxed over the weekend, Sharpie markers were hard at work.  For the Sharpie that never sleeps, each Monday we will post images of your Sharpie Sightings.  Send us a photo (jpeg) of Sharpie in action, doing what Sharpie does best out in the world (Write Out Loud!) and we’ll do our best to post it here.   Bonus points for your own original images of famous people working their Sharpie magic.
Jessica Simpson may not know chicken from tuna but when it comes to signing autographs, she knows her Sharpie markers.  People magazine ran this photo of Jessica using a Sharpie Retractable marker to help launch her new fragrance, Fancy, at Dillards in Dallas.   The cool thing about Sharpie Retractable markers is you don’t have to remember where you put the cap – that’s because there isn’t one!  Perfect for people with better things to worry about, like salad or casserole.

4 thoughts on “Jessica Simpson Uncapped

  1. how long does it take 4 a silver permanent SHARPIE marker take to start working again? left the cap off last night. DAMM~~i need it NOW! Any suggestions?

  2. Because you left it uncapped it might have dried up overnight. I’d say let it sit with the cap on for a day or so and test it out. No guarantees that it’ll work tho. Keep me updated.

  3. Jessica Simpson was born in Abilene, Texas. She is the daughter of Tina Ann (née Drew), a homemaker, and Joseph Truett “Joe” Simpson, a minister and psychologist. She has a younger sister, Ashlee Simpson, who is also a singer. Simpson’s father gave her a purity ring at the age of 12, and Simpson has often stated she remained a virgin until marriage.:^,”

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