The video has been picked up by a ton of blogs and news sites, ranging from Mashable to CBS.Some play it pretty straight, talking about how crazy Debbie is and making no mention of the validity. Check it out: It's definitely not a real e Harmony dating service video bio, that I can say with certainty.
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.
Sure, the video would have been much funnier if it was an actual e Harmony bio.
But the fact that it's a skit doesn't take everything away from it, as it's still pretty enjoyable (Because c'mon, you know some crazy cat girl really does exists out there).
By telling him clearly, you’re giving him the chance to do it. It shows he cares for you and wants to make you happy.
If he doesn’t step up, it just means he’s not a good match for you. Charley Webb and Matthew Wolfenden play Debbie Dingle and David Metcalfe in Emmerdale.The pair first met on the Emmerdale set in 2006, and two years later started dating.On the flip side, here's an example of when authenticity is vital: The Facebook Sleeve Tattoo Girl.On Wednesday, we (and many others) brought you the video of an anonymous girl getting an arm tattoo of 152 Facebook friends.Lesley explained: "I didn't like it when Brenda and Pollard were an item and we had to do kissing scenes in front of everybody. ' So I don't think I'd ever want Brenda and Pollard to get back together again – it's bad enough living with him in real life!