04th Sep 2014
Remember when mini-you spent your busiest of busy days proudly displaying your latest handywork in your Jumbo Fun Colouring Book; Magic Marker stains all over your chubby mitts (and your lip from when you were biting the pen the wrong way around)? ?Do you even own a packet of markers or a box of crayons anymore?? If not, well isn’t it a bloody shame?
If you’re somewhat artistically challenged, but you still reminisce the days of trying not to colour outside the lines, this might be of interest to grown-up you.
Created by comedians Ryan Hunter and Taige Jensen, ?Colouring For Grown-Ups: The Adult Activity Book? is as dark as it is hilarious, and is filled with activities that help you to effortlessly procrastinate that important pending task that you’ve promised yourself to do, away. It’s also terrifically on point. These drawings are the days of lives.
Sharpies or crayons at the ready – you can check out the grown-up drawings of Hunter & Jensen here: http://coloringforgrownups.com/
JR Doyle @TheWrongGirl_
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