Cleveland Fan Will Try to Turn Disappointing Sports Moments into Coloring Book

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistFebruary 19, 2014

via Kickstarter

Cleveland fans have been through more heartbreaking moments than most fanbases, and one person, Scott O'Brien, wants to turn all of the city's sports failures into a coloring book.

In a Kickstarter project, the fan wants to create a book titled "Why is Daddy Sad on Sunday?" Cleveland fans everywhere will certainly be able to relate to the project.

From "The Drive" to "The Shot" to "The Decision," all of Cleveland's failures will be in the book. The project will feature 25 painful moments over 55 pages for fans to color. Across from the illustrations, there will be a story to give background information to help teach the kids.

Great, teach kids pain early in life.

O'Brien isn't look to bring back the pain to fans. Instead, he wants everyone to be able to share a good chuckle at all of the disappointments that the city has been through over the years.

The goal was to raise $2,000 for the project. As of Feb. 19 at 6:15 p.m. ET, the project had raised over $5,212. Despite passing the goal, funds will still be accepted until March 17.

Depending on how much people pledge individually, there are certain perks that will be given. A "thank you" to everyone who pledged at least $10 will be put at the beginning of the book, and a copy of the book will be sent to the house of those who pledged $25.

[H/t The Big Lead]

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