These Blindfolded Strangers Agreed to Kiss for a Social Experiment, And the Results Are Heartwarming

The idea that people can love each other at first site seems meant for Disney movies and rom coms. Reality is a little more tricky. We see someone, we think they're cute and we chat them up to feel out just how well we connect with them, and if it's good enough to waste anymore energy getting closer. But what happens when you're blindfolded, taking away the mirage of good looks and forced into getting to know someone solely on their words? And what if you're then asked to kiss one another, still with little knowledge of who this person is except their name and a few general thoughts? That's precisely what Jordan Oram did in his social experiment "Kiss Me Now, Meet Me Later." The video provokes the idea that some people truly do connect deeply even without knowing each other, while others surely don't. So, perhaps those love at first site thoughts could become a reality. Of creating the experiment, Oram says he felt like other videos out there with a similar idea didn't provide justice as to the reason why people kiss. "What if you meet the person you fell in love with from the first kiss?" Oram asks. "What if you met someone, you kissed, and then you built chemistry from that?" Would you kiss a stranger while blindfolded for an experiment? Source: Bustle Do you follow us on Instagram? [caption id="attachment_111449" align="alignnone" width="100"]snapchat code @BodyRockTV[/caption]

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