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Coloring for Grown-Ups: The Adult Activity Book Paperback – October 30, 2012
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About the Author
Ryan Hunter and Taige Jensen are the author/illustrators of the Coloring for Grown-Ups series. As filmmakers, they've racked up more than 80 million views on their YouTube channel, POYKPAC, with such viral hits as "Movie Title Breakup," "Hipster Olympics," "Mario: Game Over," and "The Walken Dead." Hunter and Jensen have written and directed comedy for MTV, College Humor, the Upright Citizens Brigade, Broadway Video, Cracked, Fremantle Media, Slate, Current TV, EUE Screen Gems, MyDamnChannel, and AOL/Huffington Post, as well as "Good Morning Internet," a 15-episode original web series that aired on IFC and IFC.com.
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I laughed hysterically and almost kept it for myself. But I bought a little pack of crayons and gave it to my Uncle as a gift. He loved it. Thought it was hilarious. I don't know if he has colored in it. I bet he wouldn't tell me if he was anyways. A great gag gift, great for anyone with a sense of humor and it's an adult conversation piece that's for sure.
There are lots of pages and nothing is repeated, the drawings aren't masterful but for this kind of book they shouldn't be. It is crude and that's what makes it great. Definitely not for kids so keep it hidden.
It's a great, uber-humorous look at the many downsides of being an adult, crossing the lines (sometimes literally) on sexuality, style, social stigmas and more, all while keeping with the lil' kiddie coloring book style and theme.
If you're easily offended, you should probably stay away, but 99% of adults, young and old, will get a huge kick out of this book! Every page delivers another gut-punch perspective on reality in a great, innocent and unassuming style.
Works great as a gag gift to get the whole party laughing and just as fun to peruse on your own!