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Swear Word Coloring Book Will Help You Stop Swearing And Start Coloring In 2016

29 January 2016

From Bored Panda:

It’s no secret that lately adult coloring books have been taking over bookstores. Most of them are very detailed and sophisticated, even spiritual. But Sarah Bigwood, a 30-year-old artist from UK, known as PixieRah Design, has taken a whole different approach – relaxation by coloring… swear words.

Sarah’s book, called “Sweary Colouring Book,” consists of 20 different swear words . . .  – you can definitely find something suitable for the occasion. And many people already have.

Although the artist planned it to be a less mainstream project, released only in a digital format, the book had attained so much attention, that she had to make a physical version of it

Link to the rest at Bored Panda

PG wonders why you would ever buy ebook version of a coloring book.

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16 Comments to “Swear Word Coloring Book Will Help You Stop Swearing And Start Coloring In 2016”

  1. Yeah, good luck making my swearing more colorful.

  2. NSFW I’d guess … 😉

  3. I am trying to wrap my brain around how a book of swears will help you stop swearing.

    You know what helped me stop? Moving out of my father’s house. (He taught me to swear like a sailor.) And consciously deciding to stop.

    PG, I don’t know about the ebook version, but Facebook has a really annoying coloring app so you can put up your digital coloring. I haven’t been able to ban the app yet. Not sure how a friend of mine keeps managing to get them on my page without my being able to ban the app.

  4. In my book of Abandoned Ideas, there was a Game of Thrones coloring book. Unlike the one out there, it would have scenes from the show, like Jaime pushing Bran Stark out the window. Too little time.

  5. I checked out the look inside preview. Some of the words took a little bit of work to figure out what they were…and I’ve honestly never heard somebody call somebody else a “c**klump” before. But hey, there’s bunnies and butterflies and stuff…heh.

    I’ll pass. Not that the coloring book craze has really caught me anyway.

  6. Trying to imagine how a digital coloring book would work. Print out the pages? Move it to a graphics program and add color from there?

  7. Aside from the e-book argument, why would I want to stop swearing? It’s a marvelous stress relief. Science even says so. 😉

  8. There are several “sweary coloring books” in the top 100 of all books on Amazon right now. I can’t believe my f******g eyes.

  9. LOL! Swear words outlined in cute bunnies and teddy bears? I don’t think so. Just no.
    I like coloring book and plan to do one but no swear words, I swear.

  10. &#$%Z@xQ{! Adult Coloring Books! 🙁

    This is one fad I’ll be passing on. No thank you.

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