I put it on Youtube and the rest is internet history!Damn, I should start making videos of all the crazy crap I think too!Do you find yourself still reading the comments on your video?

It was around 2 am and I had just finished off an entire pizza by myself so I decided I should call it a night.

As I was getting ready to turn my computer off, the line “I want to hug every cat but I can’t because that’s crazy, I can’t hug EVERY cat” went through my head and I thought .

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!

Anyways, as of 2/24/13, your video “e Harmony Video Bio” has 25,253,937 views, that’s the equivalent of the whole population of Afghanistan watching your video!

You recently starred in a Volkswagen commercial as “yourself”, the “cat lady” that aired during the Super Bowl, how was the experience of actually getting to be in a full-on production opposed to shooing with a webcam at home? I had no idea that it was for a national television spot, let alone a Super Bowl commercial.

I was originally told it was for an internet ad, so when I arrived to a million dollar plus set and was sent to a trailer with my name on it, I was shocked. I got to shoot with Jimmy Cliff, meet great people, and oh… The best part was watching something I created be recreated into an actual production.

I couldn’t believe people thought it was real and how angry it made them when they figured out it was a fake.

I’ve probably blocked over 200 people on Twitter, Facebook, and You Tube because of death threats and disgusting sexual comments. Yea, you figure that when over 25 million people see something, you’re going to get some freakos, glad it’s only been 200!

It was surreal seeing a cartoon me holding a basket of cats on a giant storyboard. The closest I’ve been to the silver screen is on an episode of Magic City on Showtime.