"To just get a good laugh," Payne said. "I think people were with me, going 'I needed that, I needed that.'"
She says she's received countless messages from family and friends.
"I was in my kitchen, face down on the floor for an hour-and-a-half, just thanking God for letting me share this joy with everybody," Payne said.
She tells News 8 she's heard from people who are grieving, thanking her for sharing the video. She even heard from an appreciative mother who has an autistic daughter who hasn't laughed in a long while, until she saw Payne and her silly impulse buy on social media.
As Payne says at the end of the video, "It's the simple joys."