Colour Me Good Ryan Gosling Paperback – Jul 15 2012
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Currently living on the South Coast (UK), Mel Elliott graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2007, and began self-publishing grown-up 'fun books', after a short stint in advertising. Combining her love of pop culture and illustrative talents, she produces material that is close to her heart and produces the stuff that she wants to buy.
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a little silly, but great gift idea for brown ups. aww yea
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I finally opened the box, and saw the final gift: A bent up "Colour Me Good Ryan Gosling" coloring book. I'm going to be honest here...I actually cried. YEah, the coloring book was not in mint condition, but it's Ryan FREAKING Gosling! I've loved that guy in a familial, brotherly way. I totally wish I could have his children and still remain a guy. Anyone who saw his first episode of Goosebumps back in the mid-90's knew he was going to be a star.
As I read the pages of this book, tears welled up in my eyes. As I looked up to finally thank my girlfriend, Mario was laughing really hard and pointing his finger at me and saying something in Spanish that I did not understand. The next thing I knew, I had Mario in a rear naked choke on the front lawn and I was drowning in water that was being blasted full force into my face from a garden hose being held by my girlfriend's dad.
Adrianna was screaming and crying and being dragged away when I noticed that the title of the coloring book used the European spelling "Colour" right before I felt one of multiple taser blasts that took me out of consciousness.
As I my limp and lifeless body was being loaded in a police car, I realized the real problem with the title: people have a difficult time knowing when to use good vs. well. The title: "Colour Me Good" irresponsibly leads people to believe that it means Ryan is asking them: "Color me good" as opposed to what he would say: "Color me well." I tried to explain this to my cellmates when I woke up, but they wouldn't come to my corner to talk to me, as I had soiled myself pretty badly during all of the tasing.
I am still upset by this irresponsible title, and by the fact that they used an Un-American word for color, but it's Ryan Freaking Gosling. How could you go wrong??