Jordan Oram, a cinematographer from Toronto, tried a social experiment which took the reason behind kissing and gave it a twist. "What if you met someone, you kissed them, and then you introduced yourself? And then you built chemistry from that," explained Oram.
He brought together 8 people and blindfolded them all. Two participants were introduced to each other and knew they had to kiss, without seeing one another. There were brief, sometimes awkward and sometimes amusing, interactions after which the 'couple' kissed. Then they removed the blindfolds and saw each other for the first time.
Watch the video 'Kiss me first, meet me later' and tell us what you think of it.