30.06.09 by Jeff

A meowing package!

Porous Walker just me over an envelope with this written on it:

porous walker meow artist san francisco

And by some sort of magic (a small electronic device), the package really was meowing! Sadly, there were no kittens inside, but there was $115,000 and some other random goodies!

porous walker meow artist san francisco

porous walker meow artist san francisco

porous walker meow artist san francisco

porous walker meow artist san francisco

porous walker meow artist san francisco

porous walker meow artist san francisco








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



  • Haha, nice

    The photos don’t allow us to guess which one was finally meowing hehe

    But what goodies ! and what the f*** is this natural causes packaging ?? I’d like to received a similar package in my mail box !

  • haha go say hello to Porous maybe you’ll get lucky!

  • “that will be $1.20 thanks”
    “oh, i’m gonna have to break a 20 thousand sorry”

  • JJulia

    I want a package like that!
    How rad..

  • is that the fir tree from that one guy’s lung?

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