In case you missed it, last week a crestfallen Redskins fans posted a teary video to YouTube after she failed to score an autograph at Washington's first day of training camp.
The video was so outrageous that many wondered if it was actually real.
We now have confirmation: It was real, and it was spectacular.
The woman, named Kimberly Lewis, told Richmond's NBC affiliate that she is four months pregnant, so her excessive emotionality may be due to her hormones.
While that's very understandable, it is too late for Lewis to retract her over-the-top clip. The video currently has more than a quarter of a million views on YouTube and has made her somewhat of an Internet celebrity.
And as you can imagine, it's not hard for people to have some fun with Lewis' video. Take these young Cowboys fans, for instance. In a recently uploaded video entitled "Cowboys response to redskins training camp fail," three boys are wearing Dallas gear and sitting at a table with some signed memorabilia. They are wiping their eyes with napkins and are pretending to hold back tears.
"We just spent two and a half hours at the Dallas Cowboys training camp," the first boy says, "and we only got everything."
The line is a clear jab at Lewis, who says she spent all day at Redskins camp and came away empty-handed.
"And we got these VIP passes," chimes in another boy while pretending to hold back tears, "We only got to stand by the players, not on the field."
You've got to hand it to these boys (and their parents, probably): This is a funny video and a cute response to Lewis' overreaction. We're not sure what it is about the Cowboys-Redskins rivalry, but fans of these teams have produced some excellent, biting videos of late.
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