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Hey girl, there's a Ryan Gosling colouring book

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Hey girl, yes you heard it right - there really is a Ryan Gosling colouring book!

Pointed out to us by our friends over at Maiden, the Ryan Gosling colouring book has been flying off the shop's shelves ever since it came in a few weeks ago.

Designed by creative publishing label I LOVE MEL, the Colour Me Good Ryan Gosling colouring book features 15 pages-worth of Gosling, doing - as the back cover explains - all manner of "handsome activites", from driving and eating to sitting with his dog, and even (gulp) kissing.

We think, once you start getting busy with The Gos, it's going to be pretty hard to stay in between the lines.

Buy the Colour Me Good Ryan Gosling colouring book from Maiden at maidenshop.com

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