First off, the app is inspired by the psychological study '36 Questions That Lead to Love', String founder Helen Huang tells Bustle.She means the study, led by Arthur Aron, called "The Experimental Generation of Interpersonal Closeness: A Procedure and Some Preliminary Findings," published in 1997.Once that happens, the photos you've posted to your profile are unlocked.
Valentine’s Day may just be the excuse/reason you need.
"The questions provide insight into who this person is, and what they are all about." And they are deep, or as deep as you can get on a dating app.
(I will admit, the question, "Are you where you want to be, or do you still envision living abroad" is a bit random, but, hey — run with it!
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