The ridiculously easy way to get high. Easily accessible by many age groups. Most popular among tweens who sniff it constantly, but often get tired and would rather small the cherry scented markers instead. Some schools have realized that these markers are dangerous, so they watch their students carefully use them. Just like when they handle white out and glue.
Elaine: Ooh! Sharpies!
Matt: Yea!..
Elaine: Give me one! *sniffs* Do you think we could get high off of this?
Matt: *shrugs and sniffs them,too*
by Mistycloudx101 June 13, 2008
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A type of permanent markers.
This brand name, "Sharpie" is used to talk about any type of permanent marker, like how we call all band-aids "Band-Aids", by the brand name, regardless of the actual name of the product.
"Hey, could someone pass me a Sharpie so I can finish my science poster?"
by liciastar June 24, 2005
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The greatest invention known to man since the gun. will mark on any surface known to man, even some known to monkeys. is friggen awesome. you need to buy some. at least 100.
by Iain April 07, 2004
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A black marker used for the following things....

1. shading
2. pranking
3. drawing
4. permently screwing up ppls home work
5. sniffing
Chris: OMG YOU WROTE ALL OVER MY FACE WITH A SHARPIE!!!
Reid: Relax, it was just a prank.
Chris: WTF THIS IS PERMANENT!!!!
Reid: Hehe Woops.
by Spider_3717 October 04, 2007
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A permanent marker that easily makes you high, dizzy or both. Either way, it kills your brain cells.
Slash: Torch, I think you got a problem.
Torch: What is it?
Slash: I think...you're addicted to sharpies.
Torch: What? No I aint.
Slash: Uh, you're sniffing it right now.
by The Mr Needles Experience September 25, 2006
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Sharpie: An australian youth subculture which existed rougly between the years of 1971-1979, that is, for most of the 1970's. They were most prevalent in Melbourne but grew to encompass both Sydney and Adelaide. They were different from the majority of youth at the time as they wore neat clothes and generally had short, neatly trimmed hair. They were a unique Melbourne subculture who wore clothes and shoes made by local tailors and shoe makers and listened to local rock & roll bands such as Lobby Loyde's Coloured Balls, Buster Brown, Hush, Skyhooks and AC/DC. They hung out around shopping centres and were itimidating in both their appearence and mannerisms. Eventually the sharpie era effectively came to an end with the advent of disco and the fact that it was almost a requirement that you grew your hair longer so you would be allowed into clubs.
"sharpie, sharpie, sharpie!"
by storkman November 06, 2007
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