This Coloring Book Is Definitely for Grown-ups
It's just stuffed with fun/awkward activities and booze and drug references.
Thought you left the pleasures of aimlessly coloring in the shapes or playing connect-the-dots back in your childhood? Well, Brooklyn-based comedians Ryan Hunter and Taige Jensen have done their best to subvert your image of this once-blissful activity. They’re the brains behind Coloring for Grown-ups: The Adult Activity Book, a hilarious, often-tragic work full of entertaining activities that depict mature, usually awkward scenarios.
Rich with pointed adult stereotypes and bad decisions, the content naturally includes tons of booze- and drug-related themes. Below are a few examples. Enjoy—if that’s the right word.
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