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Bust Out The Crayons, Ryan Gosling Is Now In Coloring-Book Form!

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    Just like ice cream, Ryan Gosling comes in many flavors: There's superhero hunk, talent show MVP, and the most delicious of them all, shirtless. Did we also mention he's good to the very last drop?

    We know there's no better way to beat the summer heat than with a ménage à trois that involves your air-conditioning unit and a Netflix queue with Gosling galore, but instead of reaching for the remote, why not break out your old stash of Crayola's and indulge in I LOVE MEL's newest addition to its awesome roster of coloring books? Our friends over at Fashion Etc. revealed that the peeps who brought us the rad Kate Moss Coloring Book are now doling out a Ryan Gosling version — an ode to the dreamy gent and all of his hubba-hubba goodness.

    Wish you were his Blue Valentine, or want to relive that Photoshopped abs moment from Crazy, Stupid, Love? Then, snatch up this tome before it's gone for good. Or, take a peek at out fave pages during your Gosling marathon intermission — we won't judge. (Mostly because we've been there, too!)

    Photo: Via I LOVE MEL

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