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Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Coloring Book Corruptions: what happens when you let adults loose on a Disney coloring book

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Coloring Book Corruptions puts children's coloring books in the hands of adults and the results? Well, they're pretty awesome. In a Disney coloring book, Cinderella's mouse-buddy Gus takes a shot to the head. Tangled's Rapunzel finally escapes from the tower (using her own hair), only to land bare-footed into  steaming pile of poo. Beauty and the Beast's goody-goody Belle reads a selection from 50 Shades of Grey to an eager group of townspeople.

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Pooh and Piglet have obviously been getting into more than just the honey pot.

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Even Santa Mickey's getting in on the action, with a few well-placed hand and footprints (and the help of some evil eyelids).

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There's much more where these came from over on Coloring Book Corruptions and the bulk of the corruptions aren't even Disney. Check 'em out, buy yourself a coloring book and some Crayolas, and then show us what you can do.

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