To 'The Unsent Project,' I'm Sending My Love To You

To 'The Unsent Project,' I'm Sending My Love To You

A project centered around things people never said to their loved ones has captured the attention of many around the world, and here is why you should look at it.


I discovered The Unsent Project a couple of years back when I was in high school. Quickly I became infatuated with the relationship between love and color that Rora Blue, the creator of this project, had created.

The submissions made my hundreds all over the world range in languages, pain, love, and most importantly, color.

With over 34,000 submissions, Blue has created a website and even has an online shop where you can purchase stickers of these submissions. Not only that, but these unsent messages have even gone off to become exhibits of their own.

When you go off to submit a message, you are asked to do two things.

The first thing is to choose the color you think of when you think about your first love. This color can be the color of their eyes, their favorite sweatshirt, even the color of their nails during a certain time.

The second thing you have to do is type your message. You have the option of writing in the name of who you want to direct, or "send," your message to.

Yes, I have submitted some unsent messages of my own, but trust me when I tell you that there are people out there that are really hurting. Some, a great number actually, of these submissions can pull on some heartstrings. Especially because the messages can be directed to a parent, a lost love, a friend, even a place.

My favorite part about this project is that there are times when unsent messages actually relate to one another. Maybe it was unintentional, but there are times when they do relate to one another and it's nice to see both perspectives about the situation.

The greatest thing about this and the reason why it has become so popular is that it's anonymous. No one will ever know it's you unless you tell others.

Below I have attached a couple of recent submissions that have caught my attention.

And remember, love and color will always be connected.

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1. "Ooooooo, he needs some milk."

2. "Hi, welcome to Chili's."

3. "It is Wednesday, my dudes."

4. "Country boy, I love you ahhhwweelhwh..."

5. "Escalera oooooooaaaa!"

6. "F**k ya chicken strips!"

7. "Barbecue sauce on my titties."

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9. "That was legitness."

10. "Ms. Keisha, MS. KEISHA! Oh my f**king God, she f**king dead."

11. "Fre-sha-vocado."

12. "Staaaahp! I coulda dropped my croissant!"

13. "That's my OPINION."

14. "You're not my dad, ugly ass f**king noodle head."

15. "What the f**k, Richard."

16. "This bitch empty, YEET!"

17. "Road work ahead? Yeah, I sure hope it does."

18. "What up, I'm Jared I'm 19, and I never f**king learned how to read."

19. "Um, I'm never been to oovoo javer."

20. "My God, they were roommates."

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23. "I can't swim."

24. "Lebron James."

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26. "Mother trucker dude, that hurt like a butt cheek on a stick."

27. "Watch your profanity."

28. "I love you bitch, I ain't never gonna stop loving you, biiiiiitch."

29. "What are thoooooose?"

30. "I smell like beef."

31. "You better stop."

32. "What the F**K IS UP KYLE?"

33. "Come get y'all juice."

34. "Two bros, chilling in a hot tub, 5 feet apart cause they're not gay."

35. "So you just gonna bring me a birthday gift on my birthday to my birthday party on my birthday with a birthday gift?"

36. "I wanna be a cowboy, baby."

37. "Why you always lying?"

38. "Nice Ron" "I sneezed, oh, what, am I not allowed to sneeze?"

39. "I'm washing me and my clothes."

40. "Honey, you've got a big storm coming."

41. "XOXO, gossip girl."

42. "Shoutout to all the pear."

43. "A potato flew around my room before you came."

44. "Chipotle is my life."

45. "Look at all those chickens!"


47. "I like turtles."

48. "It's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen in my life, watermelon, INSIDE A WATERMELON."

49. "Deez nuts, HA GOT EM?"

50. "F**k you, I don't want no ravioli."

51. "21."

52. "I'm in my mum's car, broom broom."

53. "Iridocyclitis."

54. "You know what, I'm about to say it."

55. "That is NOT correct."

56. "Uh, I'm not finished" "Oh my God, can you let me do what I need to do?"

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58. "ADAM."

59. "Merry Chrysler."

60. "Wait a minute, who ARE you?"

61. "Try me, bitch."


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65. "So no head?"

66. "You got eczema."

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68. "Hey my name is Trey, I have a basketball game tomorrow."

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70. "There is only one thing worse than a rapist." "A child."

71. "Ah f**k, I can't believe you've done this."

72. "Bitch, I hope the f**k you do."

73. "Two shots of vodka."

74. "F**k off Janet, I'm not going to your f**king baby shower."

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I found my roommate the spring of my senior year, when she sent me a follow request on Instagram. Seeing that she was going to Stony Brook, I accepted and DMed her. It was only a few conversations later, but I now had a roommate.

Having never had a roommate before, I was a little anxious going into my first week of college. What if we didn't get along? What if she's weird? What if she thinks I'm weird? Questions plagued my mind and I tried to convince myself that everyone was going to be okay. Now, eight months later, I can happily say that not only is everything fine, but it's great. I'm honestly so glad that I ended up rooming with the girl I did because I don't think I would've survived freshman year without her.

Navigating through college is difficult, especially if you don't have a strong support system. While I always knew that I could count on my family for any problems I had, it wasn't as easy to talk to them when we were two hours apart. Being able to room with someone who understood me, though, made being away from home so much easier.

Not only is she smart and funny, but she's a great listener. I can't even begin to count the number of late night conversations we've had over these past months, sitting on our beds eating icies from the Market at West Side and talking about anything and everything. My roommate has become one of my go-tos, and I can always count on her to be there for me.

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