This Dude's Impression Of A Super Excited Girl Is So Spot On, It's Scary

07/10/2014 11:39 am ET | Updated Jul 10, 2014

"Oh, oh okay [you want me to do] the super excited?" says Matt Bittner in the video above.

No one could have prepared us for what happened next. No one.

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