Parenting fail

By Anonymous - 21/01/2020 19:00 - United Kingdom

Today, I left the living room for 3 minutes to make a coffee. When I went back, my 4-year old had found a permanent marker, God knows where, since I don't own a permanent marker. She'd then drawn on her face, the carpet, wall, sofa, both dogs and as an added bonus the TV screen. FML
I agree, your life sucks 1 902
You deserved it 498

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use a microfiber cloth or the softest fabric you can, make it damp not dripping wet, and rub firmly in a circular motion to get the marker off the tv. Whatever you do, DONT USE WINDEX! white vinegar can take marker out of leather and some other surfaces, it should be cleaned off thoroughly to stop discoloration of sensitive surfaces

All of this damage in three minutes from a non-existent pen? This is quite literally a Magic Marker!

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use a microfiber cloth or the softest fabric you can, make it damp not dripping wet, and rub firmly in a circular motion to get the marker off the tv. Whatever you do, DONT USE WINDEX! white vinegar can take marker out of leather and some other surfaces, it should be cleaned off thoroughly to stop discoloration of sensitive surfaces

Hand sanitizer will get sharpie off of a lot of stuff. Good luck!

gotta love that age lol

Dry erase marker can get the sharpie marker off of your tv screen. Just color over the sharpie with dry erase marker and then wipe it up before it fully dries

All of this damage in three minutes from a non-existent pen? This is quite literally a Magic Marker!

How long were you gone ?!

I’m surprised the UK hasn’t banned those. You should call the police on her.

Apparently you DO own a permanent marker! Well, until then, I hope you disposed of it by now.

better whoop that ass

use rubbing alcohol to erase permanent marker