Everyone was watching, sharing and talking about the clip, asking themselves and each other if this could possibly be for real.
Of course, closer examination of the video and You Tube account proved that it was definitely not real—in the video she calls herself Debbie and the name on her You Tube account is Cara Hartmann. Megan O’Neill is the resident web video enthusiast here at Social Times.
Read on to find out more about the original video, as well as to check out ten of our favorite e Harmony Video Bio parodies.
‘e Harmony Video Bio’ was uploaded to You Tube earlier this month on June 3, but started taking off mid-last week.
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She loves them so much that she can't help but burst into tears just by thinking about them.
We're talking hyperventilating, snot-enducing, hair-pulling kind of crying!
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