By Casey Lsdy Jul 13, Close your eyes. Cara Hartmann recorded the video back in as a joke to put on her younger sister's Facebook wall.
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Cqt then, most people have realized that Debbie was in fact just a character, but she remains one of the most beloved memes on the Internet. Anything particular come to mind?
Think of YouTube. The viral video with over 27 million hits, shows a young, woman named Debbie explaining that it is her first attempt at creating an online dating. She admits that she's full of excitement and nerves.
But instead of stopping there, she pours her heart out over how much she truly loves this animal. Want more laughs?
How the eharmony crazy cat lady tricked the internet
Go back to An eHarmony Video Bio went viral. Watch the video below. Debbie shares that this is her first time giving online dating a try and she's never created a video like this before. Of course eharmont do! Debbie gets teary eyed and quickly starts to cry saying she wants to hug all of the cats in the world but knows she can't.
In fact, it was one of the first things I remember to spread that quickly on the internet! Oady just one year, Cara Hartmann—better known as the eHarmony Cat Lady—has gone from YouTube sensation to a star in a commercial for.
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Only issue? The video starts off pretty normal with her talking about her degree, then at around seconds, she mentions that she loves cats for the first time.
She briefly stops crying to tell us she enjoys running, then immediately goes back to being emotional over cats and sharing all the little characteristics she loves about them. Let me refresh your memory.
As soon as I saw her picture and a few seconds of this video it all came flooding back to my memory! It's sure to start your weekend with some laughs!
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She captioned the video herself "I'm Debbie, I love cats and i just want a soulmate! Her video for the online dating site went viral and now has almost 28 million views. In the video above, The Pet Collective aided by some HuffPost Comedy editors' expert cat knowledge ebarmony how Hartmann tricked everyone into falling in love with the lady who just really loved cats.