12.10.10 by Jeff

37 seconds of the Booooooom Party!

Thank youuu to all of you who came out to celebrate my birthday, Shannon’s birthday, and Booooooom’s birthday! It was a PARTY! Jump over to the Facebook Page and tag yourself in the video if you were there!

Thanks to Fortune for hosting the party!













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



  • wish i was in vancouver…

    • where do ya live doris?

      • i live in El Salvador, Central America :)

      • lets have a party there next!

  • would be cool jeff!

  • WHere can I get a giant poster of that Dog Snowman Photo on the Booooooom homepage?!

  • PAUL

    what’s the name of the song? it makes me remember my party summers.

    • tagb0y

      Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da — The Beatles

    • its some sort of amazing remix of ‘why don’t you get a job?’ by the offspring, i think
      party in AUSTRALIA next!

      • haha noo – its the beatles!!!

  • RON B

    DOPE PARTY!
    throw another?

  • katia

    so, do you want throw a party like this in australia now? thaaaaaaankyou!

  • ERIN

    yeah australia!!!!!!!!

  • and hungary!





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