Sausage Party is the animated movie that you don't take your kids to unless you're a terrible parent who needs to have child services called on them. If it needs to be said out loud, the Sausage Party activity book is ALSO NOT FOR THEM. It's important that we're very clear on this fact. The book is not for them, this story about the book is not for them. We know what you're thinking, of course, the Sausage Party coloring book must be something very adult, but you really don't understand. It's so, so much worse -- or, possibly, better -- than that.

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While product merchandising is always an important part of any movie release, unfortunately, you can't purchase the Sausage Party coloring book in any store. It was created by the Alamo Drafthouse and is only being given away at their locations while supplies last. The book was a joint venture between the independent theater chain and the film. We've heard that adult coloring books are becoming a popular thing. We didn't think this was what they meant by "adult coloring books," maybe we should check more of those out.

The book tells you on the cover that it'd not for sale to minors, just in case the hot dog, who apparently wasn't enough of a phallic symbol to begin with, holding a suggestively located crayon, wasn't enough of a hint. Six bucks is probably a solid deal for this book, though you may have to bring your own crayons if you want to work on it before the movie starts. They don't appear to be included.

Like any decent tie-in book, the coloring book includes an introduction from Sausage Party creator Seth Rogen. In an unusual twist, the introduction is by far the most safe-for-work portion of the entire book. He doesn't swear at all and makes only a passive reference to sex. The rest of the book is much worse than this.

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