22.12.08 by Jeff

Project #5 – Submissions – Part 11











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



  • http://quainthandmade.blogspot.com cindy k

    i think there’s a marriage proposal in there ;). looking forward to seeing the next phase with erin. thanks!

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  • http://chiclooks.blogspot.com Theresa

    I love love these, my fav is “I love you ten times as much as an elephant wieghs”…haha, I’m looking forward to seeing the second half of this project soon :)

  • http://stumbleupon David

    Love rules without rules..

    Sharing the laughter on any given day with you makes all worries & doubt vanish!

  • Grammar

    Please learn the difference between “your” and “you’re”.

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      the messages were all copy/pasted word for word, and many readers of the site are from countries overseas. thanks for taking the time out of your busy schedule to point this out though.

  • staR

    i hope that you wrote “ill always be your monkey” i know you most likely didnt, but i wished it was you who wrote it!

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  • http://thegentlelaxative.blogspot.com jenna gross

    you made me forget my dreams

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  • http://www.voteaudrey.com VoteAudrey

    Really truly special.

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