I love you: three simple words that mean so much, but are rarely handwritten in this digital world. One New Yorker wanted to change that, and prove that New Yorkers “aren’t all as jaded as they appear to be.” Armed with blank post cards, crayons, pens and clip boards, Matt Adams, 35, set up shop in a bustling area of Central Park and asked people to spread the love by crafting a letter to a loved one. And they certainly did. “I was really overwhelmed with how many people wanted to participate,” Adams told ABC News. “People were waiting in line like it was a ride at an amusement park! Of course it helped that I provided all the supplies and even paid to have everything mailed but it was so cool to see random people mail post cards to loved ones all across the world.” Take a look at the handwritten love notes from Adams’ outing and pass it on.