There is a hierarchy of crayons in school.
The average child starts out with the standard 8-color box of Crayola crayons. Web Watch is quite fond of this one, as we never really got past the fact that there are different color Reds and Blues in today’s world. To us, it’s either “red” or “blue”, with none of those various shades.
As you got older, you would get the 16 or 24-count box of Crayolas.
Eventually, you’d be lucky enough to get the holy grail: the famed 64-count box of Crayola Crayons with the built-in sharpener in the box.
Eventually, even that was too boring, and Crayola came out with the 128-count box. Yeah, those kids were living the good life. They may not have been able to draw worth a darn, but they had all the tools available if they tried.