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The infamous Grape Lady video is almost 5 years old

Think back to where you were half a decade ago when this gem of a video was first put on YouTube. Over 12 million views later, the Grape Lady Falls, rated one of the 50 best videos on YouTube by Time magazine in 2010, is still spreading guilty laughter across the globe. Let’s take a moment here to thank the Grape Lady, a Fox 5 new reporter, for stomping those grapes with all her heart, falling and having one of the most epic howling sessions known to man. We salute you, dear Grape Lady and thank you for providing a means to drag gales of laughter from deep within many of us for the past five years. Watch again, or for the first time, and just try not to giggle.

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