Im Debbie, i love cats original + remix by The Gregory Brothers -can't hug every cat-
Special Interview: Cara Hartmann, The YouTube “Cat Lady”!
Debbie LOVES cats, and her video below is proof. Yes, it's a spoof. eHarmony doesn't have video profiles, but this woman is GOOD, and we love it. In fact, we thought we'd help Debbie find her soul mate. We drafted some eHarmony employees and shot a response, also below. And now, there is a collection of similar spoof. 18 Mar A special interview with Cara Hartmann, the "cat lady" behind eHarmony Video Bio on YouTube which has raked in over 25 Million Hits!. 10 Jun The video wants you to believe that it is some sort of leaked online dating service bio, and it features a young, attractive girl with an extreme affinity for her feline companions. The video info says, "I'm Debbie, I love cats and I just want a soulmate!" And that basically sums it up. The 2 1/2 minute video starts.
A YouTube video entitled "eHarmony Video Bio" has absolutely blown up overnight, pretty much epitomizing the term "going viral. The video info says, "I'm Debbie, I love cats and I just want a soulmate! The video has been picked up by a ton of blogs and news sites, ranging from Mashable to CBS.
eHarmony Video Bio
Some play it pretty straight, talking about how crazy Debbie is and making no mention of the validity. Others are more here. It's definitely not a real eHarmony dating service video bio, that I can say with certainty. It's an acting job, and a pretty funny one at that.
Sure, it's fake, but it's a lesson on how to go viral. People love the crazy.
The video was posted by user hartmanncarawho has another video on her channel entitled "Cara and Kara. So the main question with something like this - does "fakeness" serve as the kiss of death?
In the case of humorous videos, "fakeness" is less of a factor. Sure, the video would have been much funnier if it was an actual eHarmony bio.
But the fact that it's a skit doesn't take everything away from it, as it's still pretty enjoyable Because c'mon, you know some crazy cat girl really does exists out there. On the flip side, here's an example of when authenticity is vital: The Facebook Sleeve Tattoo Girl. On Wednesday, we and many others brought you the video of an anonymous girl getting an arm tattoo of Facebook friends.
We mentioned that it was designed by Pretty Social, a Dutch company that puts Facebook collages on items like handbags, laptop covers and lampshades. Turns out the video was fakestaged as a marketing promotion for Pretty Social. The tat was apparently a temporary one, according to DutchNews. However, Rotterdam tattoo artist Dex Moelker eventually came clean on the Telegraaf website, admitting the tattoo and video is an advertising stunt. It took a couple of hours to apply the transfer not the 30 hours the video claimed to produce the real tattoo.
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So laugh on, people of the internet. Fake or not, it's still a pretty good video. It took a couple of hours to apply the transfer not the 30 hours the video claimed to produce the real tattoo So laugh on, people of the internet.
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