Blindfolded Strangers Kiss In Social Experiment Exploring Love At First Kiss


In a thrilling interpersonal experiment, Jordan Oram, a cinematographer in Toronto, asked 8 blindfolded strangers to kiss each other after a brief introduction. The sparks actually fly in the video he shot of their sweet and awkward interactions before they take “ the dive. ”

Experiments similar to this one, which had brought other people together to share a kiss, have been done before. However , as Oram explains in his video, “ presently there had been nothing that really showed the key reason why people were kissing… The reason behind the hug: what if you meet the person you fell in love with from the first hug? What if it was like your first hug? What if you met someone, you kissed them, and then you introduced yourself? And then you built chemistry from that. ”

Some of the exchanges in the video might make you cringe, while others are completely electric! Let us know what you thought within the comments.

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Michael jordan Oram’ s experiment united 8 blindfolded strangers

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It all started which includes awkward small talk…

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… but then things got a bit friendlier…

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… and THEN the sparks REALLY flew!

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The creator’ s aim had been to explore the possibility of people falling in love from their first kiss before being introduced to each other

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Check out the video clip in full: