Youtube cats dating video

07-Apr-2016 04:06

The video on You Tube was first posted on June 3rd and already has almost 3/4 of a million views.Sure, it's fake, but it's a lesson on how to go viral. The video was posted by user hartmanncara, who has another video on her channel entitled "Cara and Kara." The video features the same girl as the cat video, but this time she acts as a pair of Siamese twins named, as you would expect, Cara and Kara.In the case of humorous videos, "fakeness" is less of a factor.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.So the main question with something like this - does "fakeness" serve as the kiss of death?Can a viral vid still have value if it is not completely, 100% authentic to its premise?Yet with all those people paying attention, You Tube hasn’t formally acknowledged a new logo that they have introduced on their Facebook page (76 million likes) and their Twitter page (32 million followers) but not on their main website.I rarely post a logo change without official confirmation but I am thinking that this is a full-on change in the making.

How long after you posted it did you start to see things go viral?One chap pretends he doesn’t even know Bubble, despite clearly recognizing her from her profile on the popular dating app. A vlogger with more than 36,000 You Tube followers, Bubble helped with the charity’s live event last year and jumped at the chance to get involved again. The Toronto Star and thestar.com, each property of Toronto Star Newspapers Limited, One Yonge Street, 4th Floor, Toronto, ON, M5E 1E6. Please contact us or see our privacy policy for more information.Another awkwardly says he needs to “give it a miss for tonight.” And another promptly dashes away.“I should add you on Facebook, and then we can make it, like, official,” Bubble says to one unsettled young man. “I threw out the (wedding dress) idea to them first and they approved it, so that was when I went ahead and bought a wedding dress on e Bay,” Bubble says. Talk about your cat, and your other cat, and your other cat(s).In the secret camera stunt, raising awareness for the British branch of Stand Up to Cancer, Bubble meets up with several unsuspecting Tinder dates while decked out in a floor-length white gown with a veil, and a bouquet in hand. She wanted to prove that pranks can be funny when the prankster is actually the butt of the joke, but her ultimate goal, she says, was to raise awareness and encourage donations to the cancer charity.

How long after you posted it did you start to see things go viral?

One chap pretends he doesn’t even know Bubble, despite clearly recognizing her from her profile on the popular dating app. A vlogger with more than 36,000 You Tube followers, Bubble helped with the charity’s live event last year and jumped at the chance to get involved again. The Toronto Star and thestar.com, each property of Toronto Star Newspapers Limited, One Yonge Street, 4th Floor, Toronto, ON, M5E 1E6. Please contact us or see our privacy policy for more information.

Another awkwardly says he needs to “give it a miss for tonight.” And another promptly dashes away.“I should add you on Facebook, and then we can make it, like, official,” Bubble says to one unsettled young man. “I threw out the (wedding dress) idea to them first and they approved it, so that was when I went ahead and bought a wedding dress on e Bay,” Bubble says.

Talk about your cat, and your other cat, and your other cat(s).

In the secret camera stunt, raising awareness for the British branch of Stand Up to Cancer, Bubble meets up with several unsuspecting Tinder dates while decked out in a floor-length white gown with a veil, and a bouquet in hand. She wanted to prove that pranks can be funny when the prankster is actually the butt of the joke, but her ultimate goal, she says, was to raise awareness and encourage donations to the cancer charity.

We drafted some e Harmony employees and shot a response, also below.