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Love is blind, or maybe it's not as blind as we think.

We grew up falling in love with the idea of falling in love at first sight, but how accurate is that really? What about falling in love with someone after being asked a series of back to back questions? While the first one might not be the most accurate, the second one is -- believe it or not.
According to a study that was done, it's said that a series of 36 questions can make two total strangers fall in love. Sounds too good to be true, right? Of course it does because it that was the case, wouldn't we all be in love by now? Why the questions might play a huge role, it might have a lot to do with the chemistry as well. the video below depicts two strangers ages 22 and 24, who agreed to go through with the social experiment. If you're interested in seeing how it worked out, keep scrolling and check out the short, yet exciting video below.

Would you agree to do a social experiment like the one seen above?

Do you think it actually works?
it is about connection and not attraction
Yeah this was actually the first time it crossed my mind. @primodiva93
Very interesting experiment. Never thought about it
@jordanhamilton not a huge one but it does play a role along with setting and situation.
@jordanhamilton I would be very convinced if you put a shallow person whether a man or woman with he or she isn't physically into with the opposite. I highly highly doubt that experiment would be a success
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