03.08.08 by Jeff

Show your face around here!

For those of you who have been commenting a bunch here and are sick and tired of your face being represented by some little pattern. Here is the solution (sorry for not posting about this earlier!) Just head over to Gravatar.com – give ’em your email address and upload a photo. Boom. Done.

It’ll take you a minute at the most! Unless of course you have to take a photo of yourself from the perfect angle, transfer it from your camera, and then photoshop out your acne! If that’s the case you might consider uploading one of these four images as your profile pic instead…


Hahaha I am sorry I had to figure out a way to put this photo up.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Kate

    omg! that cat!

  • hahaha i KNOW
    i love it

  • When cats OD on BO!

  • pom

    poor cat ]:

  • Cat photos are always worthy news!

  • demonpanda

    great!





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