The video has been picked up by a ton of blogs and news sites, ranging from Mashable to CBS.Some play it pretty straight, talking about how crazy Debbie is and making no mention of the validity. Check it out: It's definitely not a real e Harmony dating service video bio, that I can say with certainty.If at first you don't succeed ..or fake, this hilarious video seems destined to become part of the You Tube canon. But that doesn't mean we're weirdos destined to be single for life.Cats...well, there's the "I'm tolerating you, but I don't really like it" swish.Then there is the "interesting, very, very interesting" full-bodied wag.We have already committed to our cats for life, and know the happiness that can bring, so we know the value of settling down (when it's time! We know how to laugh.After all, we still love our cats after they've woken us up at all hours of the night to be petted, sneezed in our faces, puked all over our floors (you'd be surprised how often that happens) or brought us a dead "present".So if your relationship hits a rocky point, we won't just run away and give up.8.
If at first you don't succeed ..." data-reactid="16"The fact that the video is on You Tube rather than e Harmony certainly supports this hypothesis, and the only other post from hartmanncara on You Tube is another video of the same girl pretending to be a pair of conjoined twins named Cara and Kara.
This morning, I was sitting on my couch drinking my coffee (happiness!
), and my cat Pumkin came over for her morning love.
Many of the more than 25,000 commenters, however, insist the video is fake." data-reactid="14"Since hartmanncara posted the video on You Tube on June 3 it has racked up more than four million views.
Many of the more than 25,000 commenters, however, insist the video is fake.