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Ryan Gosling's Coloring Book Tickles Our Us Pink!

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Remember the scene from Sex and the City 2? The one where Samantha has to say "coloring" instead of "having sex" because Charlotte brought her 5-year-old to big gurl brunch?

Yeah. That one.

And remember how she said, "I can't color enough. I would color all day, every day, if I had my way. I would use every crayon in my box." ???

Well! Excuse us if that's what comes to mind when we learn there's a RYAN GOSLING COLORING BOOK!!!

Recently launched a few weeks ago, this I LOVE MEL-published treasure has been selling faster than tickets to The Notebook!

Featuring various scenes of RyGos living, we can all buy a box of Crayola crayons and ravage the fifteen pages of divinity. Mmm…

Someone send us a copy, STAT … and leave us along for a couple of hours. ;)

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5 comments to “Ryan Gosling's Coloring Book Tickles Our Us Pink!”

  1. Agnes says – reply to this


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    It was actualy in the first movie ;)



  2. 2

    Awwwww, he spelled colour the Canadian way!! Loves you Ryan!!!!!!!!! I want that book!! Colour me in love…. :P



  3. 3

    dude seriously with the disgusting headers. even when you cross out a word it doesn't make it any less gross. I am a homo too but dear lord I don't find a need to be this flamboyant and disgusting all the time

  4. Me says – reply to this


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    Umm…that was the 1st SATC movie.

  5. ryanheart says – reply to this


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    so stoked you found this Perez… there's a new interview with the creative behind the Ryan Gosling colouring book up on Gestalt Journal: