Skip to comments.Commemorating the Obama Regime: Itís A WONderful Life: The Coloring Book...and The Movie???
Posted on 12/23/2013 6:55:57 AM PST by NOBO2012
If youre done wrapping presents and baking cookies, and find yourself looking to kill some time - and who isnt this time of year -
heres a fun way to make your own Christmas gifts: at the Crayola Story Studio you can create your own coloring books! Blonde Gator told me about it and its proved to be a real life saver for me.
As you know, we left for our Winter Holiday vacay on the alleged isle of our birth much earlier than usual, and I didnt get my shopping done. I was certain that Big Guy would stay in D.C. to make sure Healthcare.gov was working before we left, butt I guess I mis-misunderstood his priorities. And now that were here, I find out that Lady M borrowed my debit card to do some on-line shopping at Target for Big White staff gifts before we left, and now my bank has put a hold on it.
So the Crayola Story Studio was just what I needed! Im making Big Guy and Lady M a special coloring book called Its A WONderful Life, highlighting and commemorating the important, historic events during their reign. Im HOPEing that Harvey Weinstein will buy my book, make it into a movie and enter it in the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. Because seriously, it's got WINNING! written all over it - in fact, thats its alternate title.
You can make your own coloring book story about the reign of the WONs too; or you can just download and color the one I made. If you make your own, please remember to share it with us. Maybe Ill add it to my story book and you can cash in on the movie residuals!
Here are a few pages from my historic coloring book, Its A WONderful Life:
Since Im looking to attract Hollywoods attention, my first page commemorates Lady Ms Nickelodeon space-age glittery Metallica frock:
Next, Lady M steals the Academy Awards via satellite in another metallic space frock. Here she is handing out the Best Movie of the Year award:
As you can see in my coloring book adaptation, we implemented a few special effects for this appearance.
And heres a page commemorating Big Guys first, historic, campaign platform from his first, historic campaign for Prezzy:
Next, my page commemorating Big Guys first, historic Nobel Prize:
And finally, what story of the historic events of the Wons Regime would be complete without a salute to Obamacare:
Well, Ive gotta run out and buy Lady M a box of crayons. I think Ill go totus porkus (whole hog) and get her the 152 count Ultimate Tub featuring 120 "regular" colors, 16 "Scintilliants" and 16 "metallic" crayons.
Shes gonna need the Scintilliants and metallics for most of my featured frocks! And Im pleased to report that the Ultimate Collection now includes (by law) the new Multicultural Flesh Tones set:
If I have any money left over Im going to get her the glitter and molten metal collections as well; they just scream Lady M, Right?
So, Im waving my copyright on Its a WONderful Life: the Coloring Book just for the next few days, so for a limited time you can download the pages from my coloring book for free and color these pages, or let the kids/grandkids color them while youre making those cute little Penguin Ho Hos.
Just remember a few basic coloring rules: if you are a conservative or a Republican, make sure you stay inside the lines. If you are a liberal, make sure you use every color at least once; if youre a Democrat be sure to share your crayons with others who dont have as many as you do, and if you are a Moderate, well, dont bother coloring it all; just sit back and critique the work submitted by everyone else.
Im sitting this one out, because Obamas too liberal and Romneys not Conservative enough. And besides, what difference, at this point, does it make?
Posted from: Michelle Obamas Mirror
You mean like a flag?
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