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A Toronto-based cinematographer Jordan Oram came up with a thrilling social experiment. He invited strangers to take part in his work. 8 ladies with 8 totally stranger men were blindfolded and introduced with each other. They were asked to share a kiss with a stranger person without seeing and knowing about him.
Oram explains in his video, "there had been nothing that really showed the reason why people were kissing… The reason behind the kiss: what if you meet the person you fell in love with from the first kiss? What if it was like your first kiss? What if you met someone, you kissed them, and then you introduced yourself? And then you built chemistry from that."
Let's have a look at this engrossing and electric experiment. And if you want, you can also give it a try. *wink*
The idea was planned out with the aim of exploring possibilities of strangers, who never happened to meet and see each other have a blind kiss and then fall in love. The first kiss introduced them with each other. What a lovely beginning of love and togetherness.
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