Originally written on Sportress of Blogitude  |  Last updated 11/20/14

In no uncertain terms do I claim to be an expert in human emotion and how expressions of one emotion over another manifests themselves in outward behavioral demonstrations, but something tells me the young woman in this video is particularly overjoyed at the fact that Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade likely took approximately two seconds out of his busy life and tweeted at her. So long as being overjoyed for this young lady turns into fits of sobbing. After imploring her friend to “Shut up for one time, stop talking, you need to hear this! Do you–are you hearing this?”, the gal in the video tells her friend on the cell phone that “Dwyane tweeted me!” but it sounded less like “Dwyane tweeted me” and much more like “DWEEENTWEEEETEDMEEEE!!” As I deducted from her behavior above, she seems pretty happy about it. Watch and enjoy: Wait. Dwyane Wade tweeted on her? What does that even mean? Actually, I don’t even want to know how. Between the fits of near-hysterical sobbing and how the impact of what happened left her a puddle of emotion, there isn’t much going on in this video worthy of any semblance of scholarly analysis. Although it would be interesting how many thousands of tweets directed to Dwyane Wade with the text “Can I get a retweet?” it took for him to finally acquiesce and grant her wish. [H/T Ball Don't Lie] TweetThe post Young woman suffers meltdown, sobs after Dwyane Wade tweets at her (video) appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.

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