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Two strangers are placed in a room with a double bed and a television.
The television either asks questions or states instructions and the participants follow accordingly.
trialled that method in late January 2015 with interesting results here.From Tinder to Grindr and OK Cupid, hundreds of Australians have shared their dating app stories for a new TV series that explores the "awkward" and "shocking" world of online romance.Emma Watts is the creator behind the No Strings Attached series of short documentaries that uses puppets to recreate dating experiences initiated through online apps."I quickly realised there was this enormous well of stories on Tinder, on Grindr, on all of these dating apps," Ms Watts told ABC News Breakfast."But no normal person wants to actually share their story of sex and dating and show their face and show their name.“When you came on stage you looked like a noodle,” a third woman tells the slim young man in front of her.“Sorry.” Bold, blunt and deliciously weird, China’s biggest TV dating show is wildly popular in the one market where the show is broadcast for an English-speaking audience: Australia.