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truuper nerrskel voted up Rooster Cogburn's answer

From ThriftyFun :

Use hairspray to treat any type of ink stain (permanent marker, ink pen, etc.). Throw it in the wash machine and voila! No more stain. I have been doing this for years and it works fantastic. I bought a prom dress at 85% off because of the ink stain on it. The saleslady … Read more

truuper nerrskel
truuper nerrskel voted up Rooster Cogburn's answer

From ThriftyFun :

Use hairspray to treat any type of ink stain (permanent marker, ink pen, etc.). Throw it in the wash machine and voila! No more stain. I have been doing this for years and it works fantastic. I bought a prom dress at 85% off because of the ink stain on it. The saleslady … Read more

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truuper nerrskel voted up Anonymous' answer

We had  a teacher in my son's SIXTH GRADE CLASS that gave four students a  "0" for the whole quarter for doing that,  and did not involve the parents in that decision. It really affected their grade. Personally, I thought that was a  too much, for 11-12  year-olds, so honestly I think this is suitable … Read more

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truuper nerrskel voted up Tiger Paws' answer

Nothing is free in life. When you cheat you pay. Saying you are only in Middle School so what you knew you were cheating. Go take the punishment. Lesson learned I hope.