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From the scent of Old Spice High Endurance Deodorant to the trouble with emoticons, here’s what the HowAboutWe team thinks about chemistry and why it only happens IRL.
The submission deadline is drawing near for our “Chemistry Happens Offline” Video Contest, but there’s still time! The video with the most “Likes” on YouTube by Friday 3/23 at 11:59 takes home the $1500 Grand Prize. Enter now!
Rachel and Lincoln’s first date was a costume party (he was a zombie, she was Fievel from An American Tale). Now they live together. Check out their “Awwww” inducing story, courtesy of film maker Ben Myers.
Christina Raia’s video for HowAboutWe’s “Chemistry Happens Offline” contest explores what online flirting might look like offline. The answer is: ridiculous.
Chemistry can happen when you find that your interests match up just right. In this case, one person is interested in taking photographs and the other is interested in getting in the way.
First dates are about a million times better when you do something you both really love… like eating lots of delicious things.
How do you know when you should really go for it? Some say they just know. The rest of us have to talk about it.
Tell-it-like-it-is sex advice columnist Dan Savage is taking his unconventional wisdom to the small screen and the results, quite frankly, give us cheering-crowd-at-the-end-of-an-80′s-high-school-sports-movie type chills.
Does chemistry happen on Twitter? Is Muppet love a dealbreaker? Check out the newest entries in our “Chemistry Happens Offline” Video Contest and find out.