The 1990s Coloring Book

It's a lot harder than I thought it would be to review a colouring book!
I've been racking my brain all day for something to write about it, but there really isn't much to say. So I decided I should just start colouring instead.
This one was my favourite (it also required the least amount of hand work)


Born Ruffians is my new boyfriend.

I know Born Ruffians' Birthmarks has been out for a while now but I'm just starting to fall for it thanks to the new video for "Permanent Hesitation".


Slim Shady, You're On.

I'm not going to lie, I haven't followed Eminem's last couple albums too closely... really didn't have much interest to for whatever reason. They could be fucking awesome for all I know, but nothing ever hooked me.
(I did enjoy the album with D12 though.)
But when I saw the title of this new one and the throwback artwork to everyone's favourite Em album, I obviously haaaad to hear it.
Marshall Mathers, Slim Shady, Eminem... whoever the fuck he is, is back (again) and better than he/they've EVER been.
I'm serious.
And shocked.