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Behold the colouring book of swear words, for when pretty patterns won't cut it

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If the latest trend of colouring books is a little too prissy for you, we might have found your match.

For all the potty-mouthed souls out there, a British illustrator has created a crass-meets-beautiful colouring book consisting of 20 different swear words, from the generic "F**k" to the more inventive "Twat waffle".

There's also plenty of British curses such as "B**locks" and "Knob".

While artist Sarah Bigwood from Chelmsford, England - who goes by the name PixieRah Design - has already made two colouring books for a small French publisher, she thought one "for the days when only a big swear will do" would be far less mainstream.

She took to kickstarter to raise funds for the book this month and has since received £13,710 in pre-orders. Little did she know the world was full of foul-mouthed people such as herself. 

Colouring book of swear words

Sales of colouring books skyrocketed this year, as grown-ups turned to the childhood past-time to combat stress and anxiety.

But Bigwood's creation is a brilliant way to vent frustrations and anger on those particularly horrific days when pretty patterns won't cut it. After all, swearing has been proven to be a sign of intelligence

You can download the book for £13 on Etsy right now or order an advanced printed copy for £10.75. Unfortunately, it won't get to you in time for Christmas; Bigwood anticipates a delivery after 10 February.

In the meantime, take a look at a few pages from the book below.

Colouring book of swear words
Colouring book of swear words
Colouring book of swear words
Colouring book of swear words
Colouring book of swear words
Colouring book
colouring book of swear words
Colouring book of swear words

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