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Bill Murray Colouring Book

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So it turns out that the gods have actually been listening for once.

While we're still waiting for our fully functional hoverboard, some god-damn geniuses have gone and created the Bill Murray colouring book.

If we're going for specifics then Belly Kids, along with some illustrators, have concocted Thrill Murray which gives Bill fans the chance to add colour to some of his most famous scenes.

"Be you young, old, middle aged, bored, hyped or mildly interested this book is definitely for you!", the creators explain.

If you pre-order your copy now you'll also receive a Bill Murray goodie bag. Yes, that sounds amazing to us as well.

Get your copy here.

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