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The tat was apparently a temporary one, according to Dutch News.However, Rotterdam tattoo artist Dex Moelker eventually came clean on the Telegraaf website, admitting the tattoo and video is an advertising stunt.
Today, we have an extra special interview on The World or Bust with none other than, thee “Debbie” aka Cara Hartman (or vice versa), the viral You Tube sensation behind “e Harmony Video Bio”. Not only does her video have over 25 M views, but Cara and I actually went to the same high school together, Lower Merion, just outside of Philly.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 fake, staged as a marketing promotion for Pretty Social.I knew it was going viral when all of Afghanistan was talking about it!No, I put the video on You Tube late one night because Facebook’s video feature wasn’t working.She ecstatically agreed to do a little interview with me (well, happily at least) so here goes!
Firstly, did you ever secretly want to make out with me behind the stairs on the third floor of the art building at 3PM? I secretly/not so secretly wanted to make out with any boy as long as they brought me 3 or more chocolate chip cookies from that snack stand in the cafeteria. If I knew, I would have pumped you full of more cookies, mediocre mozzarella sticks and shit personal pan pizzas than you could have ever handled!
The fourth day it hit a million and then got a million a day for about a week straight. I really wasn’t aware of the power of the internet until my video went viral so quickly!
I’m just going to assume that you weren’t “planning” on your vid going viral, so why did you make it in the first place?
Can a viral vid still have value if it is not completely, 100% authentic to its premise?
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 e Harmony bio.