so what's the follow up? its been about a year now!
"I like you're face,you have a really nice face" 😂😂😂
Are Cam and Emily still together?
She seemed so nervous bless her.
"I like your face"
Right on, well done bro
Crystal combine profound regularly excuse doubt sake otherwise.
I was like, too eager, mate, but then she kissed the heck out of him
How to persuade your crush to do this with you
Cam and Emily have since been on two dates...
Their bodies were never found...
I remember reading an article about this a couple years ago
This story reaaaaally needs a follow up.
I like to know her if she already had a sexual intercourse?
what is the full name of this girl on facebook?
WE NEED A FOLLOW UP
am i the only one who saw that on the big bang theory?
Okay regardless of them telling them what to expect that was really cute! And I hope they work out anyways cause I was grinning a lot
OUR WHOLE UNIVERSE WAS IN A HOT DENSE STATE THEN NEARLY FOURTEEN BILLION YEARS AGO EXPENSION STARTED. WAIT. THE EARTH BEGAN TO COOL, THE AUTOTROPHS BEGAN TO DROOL, NEANDERTHALS DEVELOPED TOOLS, WE BUILT A WALL, WE BUILD THE PYRAMIDS!
MATH, SCIENCE HISTORY, UNRAVELING THE MYSTERY THAT ALL STARTED WITH THE BIG BANG!
See, I think this experiment works, especially nowadays, because people forget to get to know each other when they're in the dating process. The emphasis on technology and seeming disregard for actual conversation and human interaction kind of kills what used to be the best way to date - which is simply getting to know one another. I don't really believe that it's this specific combination of questions that makes people fall in love, I think it's the idea behind conversation and eye contact without constant attention given to devices that plays a key role.
I also agree with other people who have said that the two people should not know about the experiment beforehand. That really does mess with the results and the expectations of the test subjects. Who's to say that the people who created this video didn't specifically choose people who had a ton in common so that they would really like each other? Who knows.
I still really liked this video. I think it would be really interesting to see an actually, full-blown example of this experiment with all 36 questions and with neither test subject knowing what they were going to do.