09.09.11 by Jeff


“Laughs” by Everynone, made entirely clips found on Youtube.

Laughs by Everynone

Watch the video below!

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

  • David

    what a great idea to put them in order of age.

    made me laugh too


  • Albert

    exelent!, thats life! i also laugh jijijij…

  • xD….love the final guy !! ADORE <3

  • keith

    i like the part where they’re all laughing

  • Brayden

    This video made me laugh and cry simultaneously.
    It just made me so happy.
    I loved the cohesion of the piece, while keeping an amateur sense about it.
    Very well done.
    Thank you everynone.

  • lapetitefaon

    this video made me feel so happy to be a human! I LOVE IT!

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  • The most precious thing in this life – laughter.Yet so many of us forget how it feels to do it.

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