One of the most awkward moments when you go on a date, or first start hanging out with someone, or start flirting and chatting with somebody at a party, is the build-up to that first kiss. You’re not sure who’s going to initiate it. Will it be good? Will it change the dynamic? And if it sucks, is that something that you can get over? And then, all of a sudden, the exact proper situation presents itself and all of a sudden you’re smooching the other person, and completely in that moment, unaware of what’s going around you and hyper-aware of what’s physically going on right at that second.
Kissing is pretty awesome, isn’t it?
Anyways, film-maker Tatia Pilieva recently conducted an experiment of sorts, pairing up attractive strangers (who had NEVER met each other) and asking them to kiss one another. The question is whether physical chemistry is something that can be formed immediately, without any prior interaction. Turns out, based on my observations of this short movie, that it definitely can. Watch the video below and see for yourself!
Things are a little awkward at first, but certainly become quite passionate/hot and heavy rather quickly.
There’s something heart-warming about watching two people hook up like this, in my opinion! I wish that I had been chose to participate, however.
The only thing about the video that kind of rubs me the wrong way is Pilieva’s selection of participants (and no, I’m not just jealous!) I would have liked to see a wider variety of different cultures, genders and sexualities. It’s pretty much all just sexy white people making out, which is still cool, but yeah, mix it up a little bit. I wonder if the chemistry would be less apparent if it was a super-attractive person asked to make out with a less CONVENTIONALLY beautiful person, for example?
I guess we’ll never know.
What are your opinions on the video? I really like it! It’s pretty sexy, in my humble opinion!