I hate to burst anyone’s bubble but I want to know; does the fact that it is a staged video make it less funny? Check out the video below and let us know what you think!So many people include their love of animals as a key element in their online dating profiles that someone made a John Cusack movie about it.
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.
If at first you don't succeed ..or fake, this hilarious video seems destined to become part of the You Tube canon.
You know the video- “I’m Debbie, I love cats and I just want a soulmate!
” It begins fairly normally and then gets crazy (and wicked funny) when Debbie becomes a hysterical crying wreck when she gets on the subject of her apparent gut-wrenching love for cats.
“There have been reports of lots of fake profiles on dating sites,” Freeman confirms.
“But we’re building a database which is very legitimate. “After I got divorced, I tried online dating on some of the big sites and had two really bad experiences.Well countless skeptics (and I) have declared that it is NOT a real e Harmony dating video.IT IS ACTING and it’s actually pretty good acting and very very funny.The fact that it appeared to be real MAKES it even FUNNIER!Here is how we know it’s a phony: The youtube video was posted by a user named “hartmancara” who has another video posted with the title “Cara and Kara.” The video shows the same girl from the eharmony “cat” video this time playing the role of Siamese twins named, Cara and Kara. In fact, we thought we’d help Debbie find her soul mate.